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DHS launches COVID-19 vaccination provider map

The Department of Health Services released a map Friday that aims to help connect Wisconsinites with COVID-19 vaccine providers.
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COVID-19 liability protections make it into law

Gov. Tony Evers signed into law an unemployment reform bill Thursday that also includes COVID-19 liability protections for businesses, nonprofits and others.
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COVID-19 activity continues downward trend

Wisconsin COVID-19 activity is trending downward across the state, although it remains at high levels, according to state data released Wednesday.
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2020 Wisconsin Health News Hospital CEO Roundtable

The COVID-19 crisis has transformed how healthcare is delivered. What changes are here to stay? How are hospitals responding to inequities further exacerbated by the crisis? What does the pandemic mean for healthcare costs?

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GHC-SCW Expands Network in Grant and Jefferson Counties

MADISON, WISCONSIN – Group Health Cooperative of South Central Wisconsin (GHC-SCW) announces partnerships with High Point Family Medicine in Lancaster and Fennimore as well as with Three Oaks Health in Johnson Creek. GHC-SCW...

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BadgerCare Plus rolls continue growth

Nearly 15,000 Wisconsinites joined BadgerCare Plus last month, and the program’s membership is nearing 1 million people.
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Program provides $322 million in aid for Wisconsinites impacted by COVID-19

More than $322 million will go to a program that provides direct assistance for rent, utility, home energy costs and other services for Wisconsinites who have lost income because of the COVID-19 pandemic, Gov. Tony Evers said Thursday.
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Vos wants to revisit COVID-19 relief

Speaker Robin Vos, R-Rochester, said Tuesday he’d like to revisit COVID-19 relief, although he said they’d have to review the previous effort to see what provisions are still necessary.
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