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COVID-19 News

Number of Wisconsin COVID-19 cases increases to 19

Deputy Secretary Julie Willems Van Dijk talks COVID-19

March 13, 2020

The in the state increased to 19 today. This is a sharp increase from yesterday, and this quick increase is expected to continue for some time. There have been 169 negative tests, and one patient has recovered. 

Presidential Live Stream

WATCH LIVE: Trump holds press conference amid U.S. COVID-19 outbreak

March 13, 2020

President Trump is shortly going to do a live stream. He is expected to announce that he is declaring a National Emergency. He is declaring an emergency and allowing access to up to 50 billion dollars. States are going to be setting up emergency centers. He asked every hospital in the country to use their emergency plans. He is giving broad authority to the HHS Secretary and giving maximum authority to hospitals. Hospitals can waive laws to allow them to implement virtual health services.

COVID-19 updates for today

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Chancellor Statement on Coronavirus

March 13, 2020

Currently there is a firehose of news coming through relating to the COVID-19 issues in the area. In an attempt to keep people informed there will be a daily article that will be updated throughout the day. In a lot of cases it will just provide links to other sources of information. This is a very fast-changing story and will undoubtedly continue to change quickly. Many events in the area are being canceled.

March Madness Takes The Year Off

March 13, 2020

It has been quite a day. I spent most of the day at the Red Cedar Watershed Conference, trying to get people to sign up for our daily newsletter by offering gifts. I'll write about that later.

Gov. Evers Declares Public Health Emergency

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March 12, 2020

Governor Evers has declared a public health emergency in Wisconsin. This declaration will free up state funds for slowing the spread of the novel coronavirus.  Evers signed an executive order making the Department of Health Services the official agency to manage the ongoing crisis. The declaration also makes it possible to activate the National Guard, and charges DATCP with enforcing laws against price gouging. 

Updates - UW Campuses Quickly Moving to On-Line Instruction due to COVID-19

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March 12, 2020

Update - on March 12 UW-Oshkosh announced on March 16 and that  classes would resume after spring break on March 30 via alternat means.

Fearing coronavirus, UW-Milwaukee moving classes online for rest of semester

March 10, 2020

BY PETER CAMERON

The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee is moving the majority of its classes online after an employee who may have come into contact with the coronavirus became ill, the chancellor announced in an email Tuesday sent at about 5 p.m.

Osceola Schools Closed Due to COVID-19 Concerns

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March 9, 2020

March 10 due to a concern with COVID-19. The school had a public event that was attended by someone diagnosed with the virus.

COVID-19 preparation in the UW Hospitals and Clinics

March 9, 2020

This video is from this week's Here and Now with Frederica Freyberg.

COVID-19 Information Updates from the CDC

March 8, 2020

This information will automatically update daily.

Coronavirus Update from the Dunn County Health Department

COVID-19 Stop the Spread of Germs

March 6, 2020

The Dunn County Health Department would like to remind you that currently there are no reported cases of COVID-19 in Dunn County, and only one case in the entire state.

The Scientific Serendipity Of Wisconsin's First Novel Coronavirus Case

February 26, 2020

A serious new respiratory illness is gaining steam around the world, and epidemiologists, virologists and many other scientists are sprinting to learn as much as they can about it as quickly as possible.

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