Wearing masks is now a part of many people's daily lives due to COVID-19, but there is still some confusion over what type of mask to wear. Health experts say masks are essential for helping to stop the spread of COVID-19.
Loans to businesses in northern and central Wisconsin accounted for a fairly small percentage of overall aid to the state through the Paycheck Protection Program, data newly released from the U.S. Small Business Administration shows.
A small city of just over 2,000 straddling two counties where COVID-19 activity is listed as high according to the Wisconsin Department of Health Services, Abbotsford is grappling with COVID-19 as it emerges as one of the hot spots in central Wisconsin: a diverse community split between two public health jurisdictions.
The medical community in central Wisconsin is concerned as COVID-19 cases continue steadily rising throughout the past month, and a holiday weekend portends more mass gatherings and the potential for reduced precautions.
Chief medical officers with the Wisconsin Department of Health Services announced Wednesday two new research projects with the goal of adding new understanding and perspective of the coronavirus pandemic in Wisconsin.
Marathon County's executive committee chair, Kurt Gibbs, said he plans on taking the item discussing the possible extension of the county's state of emergency declaration off the agenda for Thursday's board of supervisor's meeting.
Across the country, the effects of COVID-19 have taken a major toll on our mental wellbeing. Psychiatrist, Dr. Sue Varma shared an unexpected way that anyone can lower stress and anxiety – all naturally.
Eagle River's Natalie Decker has been impacted by the coronavirus pandemic, along with the rest of the racing sports world. On Thursday, Holly got a chance to talk with Natalie about how it's changed her season and what’s on her radar.
The resurgence of the Black Lives Matter movement comes in the middle of a pandemic that health experts at every level have found is best mitigated by not gathering in large numbers. However, the Evers Administration in its first COVID-19 media call in more than a week stated it recognizes the importance of this movement regardless of the setting.
The percent of positive COVID-19 cases dropped slightly from 5.4 percent on Friday to 5.3 percent Saturday as 523 new cases of COVID-19 were confirmed in Wisconsin, along with 9,320 negative test results being recorded.