Home COVID-19 Page 25

COVID-19

Baldwin jobs bill gets endorsements from state workforce development groups

A U.S. Senate bill to create a long-term program of subsidized jobs for people put out of work by the COVID-19 pandemic has gained...

‘How are we going to fix that? How are we going...

Months after lawmakers — and even the state’s top economic development strategist — thought it would be waning, COVID-19 still threatens Wisconsin, as its...

CDC report: Voting in Milwaukee fell April 7, but COVID-19 cases...

The April 7 election doesn’t appear to have sparked a surge in COVID-19 infections in Milwaukee, according to a new report from the federal...

UW-Madison may be trial site for COVID-19 vaccine

A new partnership could make the UW-Madison a trial location to test a COVID-19 vaccine targeting those most vulnerable to the virus — including...

Living through the pandemic in a news desert Seeking information about...

If a person is infected in the forest, and no one is there to report it, were they infected at all?  The answer is yes,...

Battle lines harden over governor’s new health emergency, mask order

On the day before Gov. Tony Evers’ mandatory mask rule takes effect, reaction swiftly hardened Friday along predictable lines. More Republicans lined up to condemn...

‘14,000 attempts’: Balky technology, expiring benefits worry workers, state leaders

Congress is continuing to squabble over whether to extend a federal supplement to unemployment insurance and if they do, by how much. But as they...

Evers declares new health emergency, mandates masks statewide Order cites legal...

With COVID-19 infections steadily rising by as much as a thousand detected cases per day, Gov. Tony Evers declared a new public health emergency...

Outdoor classrooms could help solve the school reopening dilemma  The pandemic...

To re-open or not to re-open? The great back-to-school debate currently taking place in communities all across the country pits public health against education. It’s...

Will pandemic school be a trade-off between safety and equity? Educators...

What are the choices that confront parents, school districts and communities this fall, as the first day of the school year draws near and...
Adjust Font Size