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Evers talks COVID-19 impact on gatherings, homeless, meals and voting The...

Thursday morning Gov. Tony Evers declared a public health state of emergency due to COVID-19, the disease caused by the new coronavirus, saying the...

Baldwin has questions for DeVos tied to school closings

One day before COVID-19 was declared a pandemic and the UW-Madison (and other campuses) announced suspension of classes, Sen. Tammy Baldwin (D-Wis.) and a...

Congress rebukes Trump’s bid to slash CDC funding amid outbreak 'Obviously,...

WASHINGTON — U.S. House lawmakers resoundingly rebuffed a Trump administration request to cut funding for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention amid the...

Wisconsin health officials expand COVID-19 testing as new case is confirmed

As testing continues for novel coronavirus, abbreviated as COVID-19, health officials caution that increased testing shouldn’t alarm the public. Since test kits were issued...

Wisconsinites favor ‘big, structural change’ to health care, survey shows Worries...

A new study conducted by Citizen Action of Wisconsin and the nonprofit healthcare research organization Altarum Healthcare Value Hub shows that a majority of...

Coronavirus could give state economy a wallop While illness is muted...

Although the risk in Wisconsin for contracting COVID-19 still remains low, with two confirmed cases as of late Monday, the economic fallout from the...

State ramps up testing capacity for COVID-19 Employers urged to review...

The number of people in Wisconsin who are being or have been tested for COVID-19, the illness caused by the novel coronavirus now spreading...

Wisconsin schools are ill-prepared for coronavirus We need a comprehensive plan

My nine-year-old granddaughter became visibly upset watching TV, as images of people in surgical masks walking the streets in panic over the coronavirus crossed...

Coronavirus likely to hit working poor especially hard Lack of access...

As the coronavirus illness known as COVID-19 spreads and fears follow, one segment of the population is especially at risk, according to health experts:...

Coronavirus remains low risk in Wisconsin, despite new cases

As new cases of coronavirus, now dubbed COVID-19, are detected nationwide, health authorities advise onlookers to remain calm, informed, and well sanitized. In Wisconsin while...
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