Articles by Megan Hart

Audio: 
Shared via
WPR
Since the passage of a $2.2 trillion coronavirus stimulus bill, members of Wisconsin's congressional delegation have shared their thoughts, introduced related legislation and discussed the possibility of Congress passing a fourth coronavirus package.
Audio: 
Shared via
WPR
Wisconsin's restaurants are feeling the effects of the new coronavirus, which has slowed sales and caused massive layoffs. Some are coming up with creative ways to attract customers and help their community in the process.
Audio: 
Shared via
WPR
Japan's prime minister has announced that the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games would be postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic, and aspiring athletes in Wisconsin are okay with that decision.
Audio: 
Shared via
WPR
The number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Wisconsin is growing, but so is the number of people who test negative for the virus. For every one person who's tested positive in the state, about 16 people have tested negative. But that ratio is likely to change.
Audio: 
Shared via
WPR
Protecting patient privacy and preventing complacency are both important when it comes to slowing the spread of coronavirus in Wisconsin. That's why you may not be able to find out many details on the confirmed cases in your area.
Audio: 
Shared via
WPR
Manufacturing companies making products like canned foods and toilet paper are reporting increased demand as consumers stock up in response to the novel coronavirus.
Audio: 
Shared via
WPR
As churches, schools and businesses close in an effort to curb the spread of the new coronavirus, the blood drives they host are being canceled. Wisconsin's hospitals are now facing a shortage.
Audio: 
Shared via
WPR
Agencies around the state, including Fresh Meals, are working to ensure Wisconsin seniors will have access to healthy offerings as the state ramps up measures to prevent the spread of the new coronavirus.
Audio: 
Shared via
WPR
Wisconsin parents are evaluating their options as schools across the state prepare to shut down.
Audio: 
Shared via
WPR
Two private labs in Wisconsin are preparing to begin processing tests for the new coronavirus, according to state Department of Health Services Secretary Andrea Palm.