Wisconsin mink farms are keeping a tight leash after animals have tested positive for sars-cov2-Which is what caused covid-19 in humans-But now the mink are being studied to see if the virus affects their fur.
Ready to open its haunted doors to the central Wisconsin community for the 10-year anniversary season Friday night, The Haunted Sawmill has been providing the Merrill community with laughs, screams and scares. However, it goes beyond the Halloween fun.
As a proactive precaution, the Woodson Art Museum is closing temporarily, starting October 9, until further notice. In a news release, officials said this is an effort to help slow the spread of Covid-19.
When the University of Wisconsin football team kicks off its COVID-19 delayed stadium at Camp Randall Stadium on October 24 against Illinois, the game day atmosphere is going to be noticeably different.
Wausau’s Transit Commission voted 3-2 in favor of recommending to the city council to increase the maximum number of passengers allowed on city buses if the Wausau School District goes back to in-person learning.
Eli Lilly announced the results Monday from a 1,000-person study sponsored by the U.S. National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases. The result have not yet been published or reviewed by independent scientists.
AstraZeneca’s suspension of final testing of its potential COVID-19 vaccine while it investigates a volunteer’s illness shows there will be “no compromises” on safety in developing the shots, the chief of the National Institutes of Health told Congress on Wednesday.
On Friday, Wisconsin’s Department of Health services reported 1,498 new cases of COVID-19 in Wisconsin, but later explained on Facebook that a problem with laboratory test reporting was to blame for the numbers being so high.
Wisconsin’s Department of Health Services reported 537 new positive cases of COVID-19 along with 4,562 negative cases, bringing the percent positive of those tested Sunday up to 10.5%, the seven-day average now at 8.3%.
Prevea Health President and CEO Dr. Ashok Rai weighs in on that and what it means for people in Wisconsin, and discusses what the outbreak at Green Bay Correctional Institution means for our community.