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As number of people in Wisconsin who have tested positive for COVID-19 rose to 47, Gov. Tony Evers issued strict safeguards to prevent its further spread.
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Businesses in Wisconsin are adjusting their services and hours or closing their doors as they take steps to stem the spread of the new coronavirus.
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Dane County officials announced aggressive preventive measures affecting schools, restaurants and gatherings of 50 people or more to avert the spread of the new coronavirus.
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Apparently not much is immune to the effects of COVID-19, including the stock market.
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Not all public gatherings are being shut down in the wake of the governor's declaration of a public health emergency. In some places in Wisconsin, events and performances were continuing as scheduled.
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Many grocery stores in Wisconsin are being cleaned out of bottled water, hand sanitizer, cleaning supplies and toilet paper as residents prepare for the possibility of staying home because of the new coronavirus.
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From pee wee to the pros, the new coronavirus has touched Wisconsin sports at every level.
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Labor tensions at the UW Health hospitals offer a glimpse into a nationwide pattern of unrest. The trend comes as hospital executives increasingly rely on manufacturing models to bolster productivity in delivering health care.
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As the rapid spread of COVID-19 continues to cause alarm worldwide, travelers at Milwaukee's General Mitchell International Airport were taking precautions, but not changing their plans.
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A frac sand company in Wisconsin has re-emerged from bankruptcy and has brought its Chippewa County mine back into compliance with state and local regulations.