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On March 19, the state Department of Health Services said every community in the state should expect that the novel coronavirus is there. Here are the latest updates on the rapidly evolving response to the virus.
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A doctor at the Waupun Correctional Institution has contracted COVID-19. News of the infection comes as several groups are demanding Gov. Tony Evers release inmates who are at risk of getting the new coronavirus from jails and prisons across Wisconsin.
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The early days of social distancing under the new coronavirus hit the state's workforce especially hard as more than 30,000 people filed initial unemployment claims in just four days.
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How does unemployment insurance work, and how do you apply for benefits? Caleb Frostman, Wisconsin Secretary of Workforce Development, and Amy Banicki, deputy administrator of the unemployment insurance division, explain.
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Manufacturing companies making products like canned foods and toilet paper are reporting increased demand as consumers stock up in response to the novel coronavirus.
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A new federal law that aims to address the COVID-19 crisis sailed through Congress with broad bipartisan votes, but Wisconsin's congressional delegation split along party lines.
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The state Department of Health Services announced on March 19 that 155 people have tested positive for COVID-19, up from 106 the day before.
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Wisconsin workers and businesses are reeling from the economic fallout of the new coronavirus, as many employers shut their doors under an order from the state that could last weeks or even longer.
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The novel coronavirus and the disease it causes, COVID-19, isn't hunting you. But if you stumble upon enough of it, you could end up falling ill. Two Wisconsin health care experts answer questions about COVID-19's viability.
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Here are the latest updates about COVID-19 in Wisconsin.