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Federal VA nurses assigned to vets home facing COVID-19 outbreak

Twenty nurses from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs have been assigned to help deal with a recent outbreak of COVID-19 at the Wisconsin Veterans Home at Union Grove, according to a Tuesday statement.
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MCW CEO: Early indicators of COVID-19 spread stable or slowly improving

A few key early indicators for the COVID-19 pandemic are stable or slowly improving, Medical College of Wisconsin CEO Dr. John Raymond said Tuesday. The state has also passed milestones in terms of total deaths and hospitalizations.
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Aspirus’ health plan changes name

Aspirus Arise will change its name to Aspirus Health Plan in January, according to a Tuesday statement.
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Poll: Wisconsin voters favor mask mandate, split on kids going back to school

Wisconsin voters overall favor requiring masks to be worn in public to fight the spread of COVID-19, but are split when it comes to whether children should return to school this fall, according to a Marquette Law School Poll released Tuesday.
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Steil introduces bill to boost mental health funding

U.S. Rep. Bryan Steil, R-Janesville, said last week he's introducing legislation that aims to provide more resources to support children’s mental health, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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There were 507 more confirmed cases of COVID-19 reported Monday in Wisconsin, bringing the total in the state to 61,061.

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The Department of Health Services released more data on Friday to better inform the public about the COVID-19 pandemic and respond to recent concerns about a backlog in reporting negative test results.
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