This website is designed to provide information about 2019-novel coronavirus (COVID-19) to residents, partners, and other individuals interested in the health and wellbeing of La Crosse County. Please use the navigation bar on the left hand side to find the information you need.
A few frequently asked questions and frequently requested resources are also linked directly below, for your convenience:
Question: I have been diagnosed with COVID-19 or was told I was in close contact with someone who was infectious. What do I do?
For information on what to do when you are identified as a case or close contact of someone with COVID-19, please visit the "If You Have Been Exposed" page.
Question: Where can I find information on COVID-19 case activity?
The La Crosse County Health Department will provide updates on our local case activity and case demographics on the "Case Data" page once per week whenever the case rate is near, at or above the CDC-defined "substantial" transmission level.
If you would like to monitor daily case activity, we encourage you to visit the following resources. Please note: there may be a delay of 2 - 7 days for case activity to be accurately reflected on these sites due to the delay in transmission of data between the local, state and federal levels.
Question: I have looked through your website and have a question I still can't answer. Who can I talk to?