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While awaiting a Wisconsin Supreme Court ruling on the Republican lawsuit opposing the state's "Safer at Home" extension, Gov. Tony Evers discusses the options for moving forward, including the pros and cons of a proposed regional approach to the pandemic.
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Gov. Tony Evers' administration has released guidelines intended to ensure consumer confidence in patrons as more businesses aroudn Wisconsin state begins to reopen.
A highly contagious disease put the population in a panic. The government's response became politicized. Less affluent neighborhoods bore the brunt of the outbreak. The best medical science of the day was doubted. An aggressive protest against public health enforcement broke out.
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There are 9,590 positive cases of COVID-19 in Wisconsin as of May 8, according to the state Department of Health Services. That's an increase of 375 cases from the day before.
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University of Wisconsin System President Ray Cross says campuses will provide extensive COVID-19 testing for students, faculty and staff in hopes that campuses can resume in-person classes this fall.
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New guidelines designed to help businesses operate safely during the pandemic were announced on May 8 by Gov. Tony Evers.
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During a government meeting on May 7, it was noted that unlike health care providers, many businesses don’t have experience on how to best contain infectious diseases in the workplace, especially an outbreak where many of the facts are still developing.
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Influenza and COVID-19 share several commonalities. They both cause respiratory distress. They both can be transmitted via contact and in droplets. And they both kill.
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Estimates from the University of Wisconsin System administration office show the state's 13 universities and branch campuses are expecting more than $212 million in losses related to the COVID-19 pandemic through the summer semester.
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The small staff at the Crawford County Independent and Kickapoo Scout have adapted their journalistic workflow to keep the news coming despite being mostly sequestered at home.