The Wisconsin Department of Health Services is reporting more than 400 cases of the new coronavirus in nursing homes and group facilities in the state. About one-third of the state's 242 deaths have been in those facilities.
Popular brand name businesses familiar to Wisconsin are stitching together ways to provide protection for first responders and health care workers across the state and country during the coronavirus pandemic.
Gov. Tony Evers has directed the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources to close 40 state parks, forests and recreational areas after thousands turned out in droves to several parks during the first weekend in April.
Wisconsin environmental regulators say they're still moving forward on work to address so-called forever chemicals, known as PFAS, during the coronavirus pandemic, though some activities are being postponed.
The Wisconsin Department of Corrections is requesting thousands of pieces of personal protective equipment from the State Emergency Operations Center as part of its response to the coronavirus pandemic.
Staff at one northern Wisconsin school held parades Tuesday to show students they are missed. While such acts may seem harmless, health experts are reinforcing that social distancing is necessary to slow the spread of the new coronavirus.