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Many aid organizations in Wisconsin are staying open to help people through the COVID-19 pandemic, but not without changes. Food pantries are turning into drive-thrus and shelters are expanding their hours and cleaning routines.
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Rural northern Wisconsin counties have issued travel advisories to seasonal and second homeowners asking them to stay in their home area, given the region's limited health care resources.
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While many Wisconsinites are contemplating what life will be like under a stay-at-home order, others are desperately trying to return home from other countries where borders are being closed and international flights canceled because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Here are the latest updates about COVID-19 in Wisconsin.
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Gov. Tony Evers announced he would issue a "stay-at-home" order on March 24 in an effort to slow the spread of the new coronavirus in Wisconsin.
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Democratic National Convention Committee organizers say they are closely monitoring the COVID-19 situation.
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The state Department of Health Services announced 416 positive cases of COVID-19 statewide on March 23, as well as 7,050 negative tests. However, the number continues to grow as counties announce more positive test results.
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Wisconsin is doing better financially than it was in 2007, but will still need financial assistance from the federal government if the COVID-19 pandemic leads to a recession.
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Some Wisconsin communities, including Milwaukee and Madison, are shutting down or sharply curtailing in-person early voting ahead of the state’s April 7 election.
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Agricultural experts say local producers will likely see lower milk prices and impacts to their supply chains as the coronavirus pandemic continues to spread across Wisconsin.