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The Wisconsin Supreme Court order striking down the state's "Safer at Home" order has caused confusion among counties that issued their own stay-at-home orders.
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Thirty-two inmates have tested positive for COVID-19 after exposure to an inmate who used fever-reducing drugs to conceal his symptoms, according to a release from the Dane County Sheriff’s Office.
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Since the state Supreme Court overturned Wisconsin's stay-at-home order, some counties and municipalities across the state immediately began issuing their own orders that preserve its conditions and restrictions.
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There are 11,685 positive cases of COVID-19 in Wisconsin as of May 15, according to the state Department of Health Services. That's an increase of 410 cases from the day before.
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More farmers markets are opening with precautions due to COVID-19 in Wisconsin.
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Members of sexual and gender minority communities compare the AIDS/HIV pandemic to COVID-19 pandemic and share how they have coped.
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While some places in Wisconsin are beginning to reopen after the state Supreme Court struck down the statewide stay-at-home order, other municipalities around the state have opted to remain under the restrictions that have been in place for nearly two months.
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Some University of Wisconsin System campuses have begun laying out plans for letting students, faculty and staff return three months after students were told to stay home if possible due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Gov. Tony Evers has reiterated his disappointment at a Wisconsin Supreme Court ruling that struck down his administration's "Safer at Home" order. With it invalidated, county public health officers are now effectively in charge of the state's COVID-19 response.
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Gov. Tony Evers says GOP leaders in Wisconsin are in no hurry to develop a new statewide response to the COVID-19 pandemic.