BROWN COUNTY (NBC 26) -- As Brown County health officials reported another death related to coronavirus Thursday, they also reported a jump in the number of people out of isolation.
A total of 768 people are now out of isolation in Brown County, an increase of 394 people from the total number reported the previous day.
"Out of isolation" means a person had COVID-19 but is now no longer considered a threat for spreading the virus.
The most recent coronavirus-related death reported Thursday was a 90-year-old man who lived in the 54304 zip code.
The number of coronavirus cases has also gone up by 45 to 2,193, with the Oneida Nation reporting 32. A total of 27 people have been hospitalized.
This comes as testing for coronavirus continues in the county. 537 tests were conducted at the Resch Center on Wednesday, along with 283 tests at Casa ALBA. A total of 11,599 tests have been conducted countywide as of Thursday.