With some indoor movie theaters still closed or limiting the number of attendees because of the COVID-19 pandemic, drive-in theaters are giving Wisconsinites the ability to get out, enjoy movies and spend time with family.
Anyone who is experiencing COVID-19 symptoms can call to set up an appointment at one of nine community testing locations on the north side of Milwaukee. There are no insurance, income, or immigration restrictions for receiving a test.
On April 7, over 400,000 people went out to the polls to vote in Wisconsin in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. Multiple studies were conducted to see how in-person voting impacted Wisconsin's COVID-19 cases.
The Democratic National Committee is moving forward with plans for an in-person nominating convention in Milwaukee this summer while taking steps to keep the public safe as the COVID-19 pandemic continues.
The Wisconsin Department of Health Services will release the names of nursing homes in the state with COVID-19 cases. The facilities are being named despite concern from long-term care trade associations.
Multiple state agencies including Wisconsin’s Department of Health Services, Emergency Operations Center, Emergency Management, along with the Wisconsin National Guard have created testing events with local health departments in northwest Wisconsin.