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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

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

Capitol, State St, Orpheum, Metro Bus,
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

UW-Madison Campus

WARF offers grants for COVID-19-focused public health projects

Project ideas which require more than 12 months to execute will not be considered, WARF's website said


COVID-19 put people six feet apart physically – shared experience brings us closer spiritually

While coronavirus pandemic has uprooted everyone's life, raised tensions, it has also brought people, communities together


Yet again, politics prioritized ahead of public’s safety in Wisconsin

In light of Gov. Evers' exective order, Republican efforts to suppress voters, elections should not have taken place on Tuesday


UW should go pass fail, students stressed enough

Not unprecedented move, preceded by Harvard


In light of coronavirus epidemic, vaccines should be mandatory

As US House of Representatives passed bipartisan bill to address coronavirus, Republican push against mandatory vaccine seems more nonsensical

State of Wisconsin

Bills introduced to challenge vaccination accessibility in Wisconsin

UHS looks to require certain vaccines for incoming freshmen in future


On vaccines, misinformation and public health

Personal conviction waivers for vaccines jeopardize everyone, protect no one

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