Wednesday, Oct. 7 marked six months since COVID-19 first hit Mason County.
Local COVID-19 Updates
John Marek stood outside his former music teacher’s window holding his accordion, and as he began to play the instrument, it sparkled in the sun Friday.
Even if the economy opens at the state and federal levels this summer, public perception on the safety of traveling might put a damper on tourism — though small coastal towns like Ludington could be the exception.
LANSING – Today, Governor Whitmer signed Executive Orders 2020-178 and 2020-179 to continue to protect frontline workers in grocery stores, pharmacies, and long-term care facilities.
District Health Department #10 (DHD#10) was notified that an individual who tested positive for COVID-19 was present and potentially contagious at the Village Café in Pentwater on the following days and times: Aug. 22 from 11:15 a.m. to 3 p.m.; Aug. 23 from 4:30-8 p.m.; Aug. 29 from noon to …
District Health Department No. 10 and Little River Casino Resort announced Wednesday afternoon that there were three individuals who tested positive for COVID-19 on the property on three recent days, according to press releases from each group.
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District Health Department No. 10 announced its launch of monthly COVID-19 County Profiles on Monday.
Mason County school districts are working to establish instructional plans for the coming months following Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s decision to keep K-12 buildings closed for the remainder of the school year.
National COVID-19 Updates
The number of Wisconsinites hospitalized with COVID-19 increased by 7 patients Sunday to 1,090 hospitalizations.
Hotel operators in Madison say business is down anywhere from 60% to 80% when compared to 2019 and many are already bracing for a difficult 2021 as the virus continues to surge.
The number of cases of COVID-19 and the number of positive tests has been increasing in the state, and the nation.
Five Virginia health districts are now seeing a surge in COVID-19 cases, and, if current trends continue, the state would hit a new peak for cases the week before Thanksgiving, according to a new model from the Biocomplexity Institute at the University of Virginia.
The state is now regularly reporting more than 1,500 new cases each day — six times the highest levels seen in the spring.
The state on Wednesday was adding COVID-19 cases at an average rate of 35.3 per 100,000 residents, according to HealthyNebraska.org. That's up from 23.2 on May 8.
The alternate care facility at State Fair Park in West Allis may begin taking patients Thursday.
A Democratic Assembly candidate from Madison on Wednesday defended her use of a vulgarity to describe Wisconsin Tavern League lobbyists after the group sued to block Gov. Tony Evers’ order limiting some indoor gatherings.
Gov. Doug Burgum on Wednesday elevated 16 North Dakota counties including Burleigh and Morton to "high risk," but there will be no business closures.
Updated with comments from the Missouri Hospital Association: