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Milwaukee organizations and volunteers are teaming up to produce face masks through the MaskUpMKE initiative. The goal is to make and distribute 2.5 million masks.
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Advocates for people with disabilities and older adults say the state Supreme Court's decision to overturn Wisconsin's "Safer at Home" order puts their communities at risk.
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Tourism hotspots around Wisconsin are weighing how to approach Memorial Day weekend in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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There are 12,543 positive cases of COVID-19 in Wisconsin as of May 17, according to the state Department of Health Services. That's an increase of 356 cases from the day before.
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There are 12,187 positive cases of COVID-19 in Wisconsin as of May 16, according to the state Department of Health Services. That's an increase of 502 cases from the day before.
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With the Wisconsin Supreme Court striking down the extension of the statewide "Safer at Home" order, the authority to implement new rules to combat the spread of COVID-19 now rests with county public health officials.
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Wisconsin Republican legislative leaders are reviewing the "scope statement" proposed by the Evers administration to address COVID-19 going forward. Assembly Majority Leader Jim Steineke discusses state and local public health approaches toward managing the pandemic.
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Despite the Wisconsin Supreme Court ruling, work on the front lines continues and the number of people in the state able to get tested for COVID-19 is on the rise.
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While many businesses started to reopen under new rules loosening Wisconsin's "Safer at Home" order, a state Supreme Court decision removes any statewide restrictions. Governor Tony Evers discusses the ruling, his administration's new proposal and working with legislative Republicans.
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As Wisconsin moves forward without a statewide COVID-19 order, healthcare workers stay the course. UW Hospital medical director of infection control Dr. Nasia Safdar discusses the effects of the "Safer at Home" policy and how Wisconsinites can prepare for the next stage of the pandemic.