A plan from Wisconsin Manufacturers and Commerce calls for more businesses across the state to open with the caveat that they follow restrictions depending on how great the risk for COVID-19 is in their counties.
With the continued goal of archiving historical events, the Wisconsin Historical Society is asking state residents to keep track of their experiences during the COVID-19 pandemic. Documenting can take any form.
Physical therapists are having to grow accustomed to the work-from-home lifestyle that has become a new reality for many. Used to a more active job that requires getting up and moving with patients, they're now sitting and making phone calls for much of the day.
Glen Nowak, a former communications director for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, explains some of the major differences between H1N1 and COVID-19 that have resulted in more and varied coverage from media outlets.
A first grade teacher at Milton East Elementary School, started a Facebook page for sharing pictures of homemade heart-themed creations meant to lift spirits during the COVID-19 pandemic. The page now has more than 250,000 followers from 99 different countries.
Dr. Alison Craig devised a desktop droplet barrier to help protect the staff she oversees at Group Health Cooperative of South Central Wisconsin. With the assistance of the maker community, her design is now in production.