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With health care providers and the CDC urging social distancing, Wisconsin's mass transit operators are taking steps to flatten the new coronavirus curve.
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There are no confirmed cases of COVID-19 among inmates or staff at state corrections facilities, but Wisconsin Department of Corrections Secretary Kevin Carr said access is strictly limited to professional visits only.
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Agencies around the state, including Fresh Meals, are working to ensure Wisconsin seniors will have access to healthy offerings as the state ramps up measures to prevent the spread of the new coronavirus.
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Wisconsin parents are evaluating their options as schools across the state prepare to shut down.
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Some farmers in western Wisconsin have already been back in the fields in 2020. They’re working to harvest crops after wet weather in December delayed the 2019 harvest.
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Here are the latest updates about COVID-19 in Wisconsin.
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Wisconsin has 33 confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus, prompting counties and municipalities to begin issuing public health guidelines on things ranging from hygiene to work to voting.
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There are no plans, at this time, to postpone the April 7 primary election in Wisconsin despite the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. However, with more than half of the poll workers 60 years old and one-third over age 70, Milwaukee city officials made a plea for younger volunteers.
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Dane County officials announced aggressive preventive measures affecting schools, restaurants and gatherings of 50 people or more to avert the spread of the new coronavirus.
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The total number of cases of COVID-19 in Wisconsin rose to 33 as of March 15, according to state and county health officials.