UW-Madison Campus

UW campus changes COVID-19 restrictions for events, face coverings, outdoor physical distancing

Fully vaccinated people no longer required to wear face coverings in most indoor spaces on campus starting June 2

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UW students and compliant MPD officers should face disciplinary consequences for Mifflin gathering, property damages

Mifflin party events shows double standard policing, failure of UW to protect students, enforce regulations

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UW attempting to vaccinate as many students as possible, has shared no concrete plans for Fall 2021 yet

UW also discourages attendance at Mifflin Block Party to keep COVID-19 spread low

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Local shop owner finds strength looking back on challenging 2020

State Street’s August was hit hard by both the pandemic and protests, but store owner says why the year presents more positives than downsides in retrospect

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COVID-19 Updates: Hundreds of vaccine appointments now available at UHS for this weekend

54.4% of Dane County residents have received at least one dose of COVID-19 vaccine

UW-Madison Campus

ASM passes latest COVID-19 Student Relief Fund legislation following compromise with UW admin

The UW Tribal Relations Director also spoke on behalf of the Ho-Chunk Nation during the last meeting of the 27th ASM session

UW-Madison Campus

UW alumnus’ mask innovation makes Time magazine’s 2020 best inventions list

'Innovations like these are what help move health care forward,' UW chief clinical research officer says

UW-Madison Campus

ASM pushes UW to provide additional financial relief to students during pandemic

The HEERF III funding preliminary statement and the legislation regarding relief to Perkins borrowers were both unanimously passed during the meeting

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New study tracks whether immunized students can still spread COVID-19

'It affords an opportunity to do research, watching how the virus spreads between people, without the worry that individuals who are being observed are at a risk for severe COVID, making it amenable to research,' population health expert says

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Wisconsin’s slow prison vaccine rollout adds to historically poor treatment of prisoners

Dane County Jail only began vaccinating inmates April 5, facilities are unsafe in COVID-19 pandemic

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