Short of a cure or effective treatment for COVID-19, something that could take years to develop, state and local health officials in Wisconsin are planning for a future where contact tracing plays a central role in combating the disease.
Opponents of Wisconsin's overturned "Safer at Home" order have turned their attention to the local health orders that sprung up to replace it, filing a federal lawsuit that seeks to strike the local restrictions down.
Public health officials are urging people to act individually to help keep COVID-19 at bay. They're reminding people to continue washing their hands and to stay at least 6 feet away from others. And there's also a push for people to cover their face in public places like buses and stores.
The Wisconsin Elections Commission has delayed a final vote on a plan that would send absentee ballot request forms to millions of voters, with the Republican chair of the panel saying he wanted to narrow that list.