Local Faith Communities Adapt to Epidemic

Local Faith Communities Adapt to Epidemic

Online prayers, services via Facebook Live, posting sermons on YouTube.

Study Projects 853 COVID-19 Deaths in Wisconsin, 81,114 Nationwide

Study Projects 853 COVID-19 Deaths in Wisconsin, 81,114 Nationwide

Based on limited data, study predicts Wisconsin may not see its peak until May 22nd, last in the country.

Campaign Cash: Menards Accused of Price Gouging
Campaign Cash

Menards Accused of Price Gouging

Stores in Wisconsin and Michigan at issue, Michigan AG sends cease-and-disest letter.

Evers Acts to Boost Healthcare Workforce

Evers Acts to Boost Healthcare Workforce

Relaxes rules to allow state’s 2,750-plus physician assistants to help provide pandemic care.


What You Need to Know


Over 1,000 COVID-19 Cases in Wisconsin

Over 1,000 COVID-19 Cases in Wisconsin

State reports over 2,000 tests processed in one day for the first time.

Federal Judge Won’t Delay Spring Election

Federal Judge Won’t Delay Spring Election

City of Green Bay sued, saying it couldn’t hold election safely, judge dismisses suit.


Helpful Tips


Local Org Connecting People With Resources

Local Org Connecting People With Resources

Milwaukee Community Care and Mutual Aid helps those struggling to get what they need during the pandemic.

Frontline Thank You

Frontline Thank You

Milwaukee-based companies to offer a simple Thank you

Milwaukee Establishes Drive-Up Early Voting
Nicholson Calls for Respectful, Empowering Public Health Education Efforts

How To Help


Help Sew Masks for Healthcare Workers

Help Sew Masks for Healthcare Workers

Wantable is using its expertise to crowdsource masks for those on the frontline of the COVID-19 pandemic.

County Clerk Christenson and All 19 Municipal Clerks in Milwaukee County Ask State Leadership for April 7th Spring General Election Changes
Gov. Evers Issues Order to Expedite Expansion, Enhance Efficiency of Healthcare Workforce   
Eight COVID-19 Deaths in Milwaukee’s African American Community

Eight COVID-19 Deaths in Milwaukee’s African American Community

In the City of Milwaukee, the African-American community is facing a crisis.

Fitzgerald Rejects Evers’ Idea as Fantasy
Milwaukee’s Historic Third Ward Association and City of Milwaukee Business Improvement District No. 2 Support Neighborhood Restaurants and Retailers During Global Pandemic
842 COVID-19 Cases in Wisconsin, “Crisis Within A Crisis” in Milwaukee

842 COVID-19 Cases in Wisconsin, “Crisis Within A Crisis” in Milwaukee

Evers acknowledges disparate racial impact in Milwaukee, says CDC is studying matter.

Department of Revenue announces immediate help for small businesses on sales taxes and other steps to help taxpayers in response to COVID-19
Governor Evers Blocks Evictions, Foreclosures During Pandemic

Governor Evers Blocks Evictions, Foreclosures During Pandemic

Emergency order in effect for 60 days.

Pandemic Related Fraud Popping Up

Pandemic Related Fraud Popping Up

Bogus vaccines and cure all's. Claims of virus killing toothpaste.

AG Kaul and DFI Secretary Blumenfeld Warn About, Encourage Reporting of Potential COVID-19 Charity Scams
MacIver Institute To Gov. Tony Evers: Now Is The Time To Share With Wisconsin Basic Public Information About Covid-19
Why Are Many COVID-19 Tests Negative?

Why Are Many COVID-19 Tests Negative?

On average, 16 tests come back negative for every one positive, right now.

Statement: County Clerks’ Clear Violation of the Law
Op Ed: Lessons of the Pandemic
Op Ed

Lessons of the Pandemic

It’s exposed weaknesses in Wisconsin that legislators must address after the crisis ends.

Supervisor Martin Urges Residents to Stay Home and Stay Safe to Slow the Spread of Coronavirus
Transportation: Free Bus Rides Start Saturday
Transportation

Free Bus Rides Start Saturday

Riders can use rear door eliminating interaction between drivers and passengers.

U.S. Sees A Historic Number of Unemployment Claims

U.S. Sees A Historic Number of Unemployment Claims

More than 3.3 million claims filed last week.

City Will Accept Absentee Ballots, Serve as Required Witness at Five Sites

City Will Accept Absentee Ballots, Serve as Required Witness at Five Sites

56,000 absentee ballots requested already. Lawsuits pending in court could change election.

Milwaukee Health Department launches campaign to increase awareness around COVID-19 and best practices for staying healthy