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Herald

New Dane County social distancing restrictions announced as COVID-19 cases increase

Large number of new cases result of gatherings, bars, restaurants, press release says

City of Madison

Dane County to move into the next stage of reopening, business capacity, gathering size can increase

New order goes into effect 8 a.m. June 15, allows businesses to operate at 50% capacity

State of Wisconsin

Positive COVID-19 tests hit new one-day high in Wisconsin as testing capacity increases

Department of Health Services encourages anyone showing symptoms to get tested

City of Madison

Wisconsin residents file lawsuit against Dane County Safer at Home order

Plaintiffs argue Safer at Home order violates citizens rights and overextendeds public health officials emergency power

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City of Madison

Dane county launches data-driven plan to reopen economy in phases

The order for the first phase goes into effect May 19

City of Madison

Virtual meetings new normal for Dane County Board of Supervisors

Remote meeting toolkit created, new elected supervisors sworn in through virtual meeting

COVID-19, COVID19, Coronavirus, UW Madison
City of Madison

Dane County attorneys to file briefs in support of Evers’ Safer at Home order

Parisi’s decision comes after Wisconsin had largest single-day rise since outbreak began with 331 positive COVID-19 cases on Saturday

City of Madison

UPDATED: Dane County’s Office of Energy & Climate Change releases first county-wide Climate Action Plan

Modeling shows implementing CAP will reduce county-wide GHG emissions by up to 50% by 2030

City of Madison

Dane County launches plan to protect homeless amidst COVID-19 pandemic

Elements of plan include securing sufficient housing accommodations, providing food, transportation services

City of Madison

Unofficial results for Wisconsin’s spring primary come in, absentee ballot questions persist

1,098,489 ballots in total were returned as of Monday morning out of 1,284,438