Author: Sean Kirkby
More than 49 percent of Wisconsinites have received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine.
YouTube suspended Sen. Ron Johnson, R-Wis., on Friday for seven days and removed video of him making claims about drugs to treat COVID-19 that are disputed by medical experts.
Madison is likely to be a busy place the next couple weeks as the spring legislative session winds down, and lawmakers complete their work on the spending plan for the next biennium.
The Wisconsin Supreme Court ruled Friday morning that local health officers do not have the power to close schools to control outbreaks of infectious disease.
Racial and ethnic disparities continue to persist with COVID-19 vaccination rates, per data updated Thursday.
Republicans on the budget committee approved additional funding Thursday for treatment alternatives to incarceration, an expansion of medication-assisted treatment at correctional facilities and an assisted needs facility at an Oregon prison, as part of the state’s 2021-23 budget.
COVID-19 trends continue to improve in the state, but there’s still a ways to go, according to Medical College of Wisconsin CEO Dr. John Raymond.
The impact of COVID-19 on hospital quality efforts remains unclear, but Wisconsin hospitals saw improvement in various Medicare programs focused on quality last year, according to a new report from the Wisconsin Hospital Association.
The Wisconsin Senate passed bills Wednesday that would license remote dispensing sites as pharmacies and make it a felony to tamper with a vaccine. The chamber also took up election bills that drew concerns from those with disabilities and their advocates.Read More