The Better Together Fund’s next recipients seek to train health care workers amidst COVID-19 Milwaukee, Wis. – Advocate Aurora Health is awarding grants to four community organizations from its Better Together Fund to help...Read More
Author: Sean Kirkby
Nov 19, 2020 | Press Releases |
WAUSAU, Wis. – Aspirus Wausau Hospital (AWH) was named as one of the nation’s top performing hospitals by Fortune and IBM® Watson Health®. The annual Fortune/IBM 50 Top Cardiovascular Hospitals study spotlights leading...Read More
Seventy-one counties were seeing a critically high level of COVID-19 case activity on Wednesday, a week after the Department of Health Services first released the new designation. That’s up from 65 reported last week.
The state’s direct care workforce is “at the breaking point," a survey released Wednesday warns.
The Wisconsin Supreme Court said Wednesday that it’ll take up a case that led to a block on Gov. Tony Evers’ capacity limits aimed at fighting the spread of COVID-19.
Wisconsin reported 7,989 new COVID-19 cases on Wednesday, a new record. The total is now 331,837 cases.Read More
Dane County on Wednesday barred indoor gatherings outside of households and placed stricter limits on outdoor gatherings. Meanwhile, the Winnebago County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday approved a COVID-19 ordinance, while the St. Croix County Board of Supervisors narrowly voted down a plan.
Health experts said Tuesday that the distribution of COVID-19 vaccinations will be complex, having to overcome multiple challenges like the need for ultra-cold storage and juggling multiple vaccines from multiple manufacturers on different schedules, health experts said Tuesday.