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COVID-19 Updates: New PHMDC order to allow larger indoor, outdoor gatherings from March 10

17.2% of Dane County residents have received at least one dose of COVID-19 vaccine

City of Madison

PHMDC issues new emergency order to reduce indoor gatherings

Masks will continue to be required indoors and indoor groups must have no more than 25 people, Emergency Order #13 says

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City of Madison

RecWell classes cancelled, UW housing adapts to new Dane County COVID-19 restrictions

Cases have increased 292% since Oct. 7 in Dane County

City of Madison

New Dane County public health order prohibits indoor gatherings

“We are hopeful that with the community’s cooperation, we can bring our numbers down and avoid more hospitalizations and deaths,” Director of Public Health says

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City of Madison

PHMDC moves to crisis model of contact tracing, illustrates need to prevent COVID-19 spread

Third peak started late October with daily increases of 250 cases on average, UW Ph.D. student says

UW-Madison Campus

Medical experts express concern over return of Badger football

'The exact conditions that you’re trying to prevent on the football field, you’ve created outside of the stadium with all the fans and members of the community,' UW professor says

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City of Madison

New order requires all Dane County residents to wear masks in public

'People should assume that everyone wearing a mask is doing it to protect you and themselves,' PHMDC Director says

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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

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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