Health Care

State expands COVID-19 testing with pop-up, ad-hoc sites

With more testing capacity than people who have been given tests for COVID-19, state agencies have begun setting up local, pop-up testing sites around...

May Day caravan to support safety, help for working people

A week after more than a thousand people rallied on the state Capitol lawn to demand — against the advice of health experts —...

Labor unions go remote to mark Workers Memorial Day

Workers Memorial Day — an annual observation for workers who have lost their lives or suffered injury or illness on the job — is...

COVID-19’s missing cases Official numbers of infections and deaths only tell...

Every day, Wisconsin counties and the state Department of Health Services (DHS) post new updates on the number of people infected and the number...

COVID-19’s impact is intensified for people with disabilities Advocacy group survey...

Gladys Walker’s 5-year-old son was coughing, lethargic and feverish over a three-week period in March and early April, but the family struggled to get...

What’s going on with Reopen Wisconsin? The right-wing interests, government employees...

As connections to large right-wing organizations are uncovered in the growing movement to reopen the economies of states around the country, organizers of the...

Clergy group backs workers and Safer at Home extension

An interfaith group of clergy joined workers Wednesday to back the extension of Wisconsin’s Safer at Home order through May and to criticize Republican...

Healthcare workers want better working conditions, more PPE

While the state Legislature has passed one COVID-19 relief bill and Gov. Tony Evers signed it Wednesday, health care workers and state Rep. Robyn...

COVID-19 bill revives cut in nursing aide training Evers vetoed change...

A reduction in training requirements for certified nursing assistants (CNA) that Gov. Tony Evers vetoed last year, and that was blocked a second time...
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