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A Wisconsin EMT turned author reflects on the novel coronavirus pandemic while sheltering with his family in rural Eau Claire County.
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Garden businesses around the state say they've seen an increase in seed sales as people look for activities for kids and to ensure food security as the new coronavirus keeps everyone at home.
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A growing number of universities in Wisconsin are letting students choose between getting traditional letter grades and pass/fail options this semester after classes were disrupted due to COVID-19.
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A University of Wisconsin-Madison journalism professor says despite all the grave predictions about the death of local news, the necessity of news in a community will keep some newspapers alive.
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The state Department of Health Services announced on March 29 that there are 1,221 positive cases of COVID-19 statewide, as well as 15,856 negative tests. As of March 30, 19 people had died statewide due to COVID-19.
There are simply not enough resources available to test most people who are sick in Wisconsin and across the United States.The dilemma is spurring local and regional health systems to increasingly take testing matters into their own hands, a move state officials not only endorse but are actively pursuing.
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Veterinarians in Wisconsin are changing the way they provide care for animals during the coronavirus pandemic.
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Wisconsin has received roughly half its share of personal protective equipment allotted from a federal stockpile to ensure doctors, nurses, first responders and others have access to face shields, masks, gowns and gloves during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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With 1,221 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the state, Wisconsin is headed "into the worst of it," said Gov. Tony Evers.
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Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett and Democratic state Sen. Lena Taylor differ over how the city is handling COVID-19. They face each other April 7 in the city's mayoral election.