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04/05/2020 07:57 PM
Health officials say a second person has died in a coronavirus outbreak at a nursing home in Sheboygan.
A federal judge has refused to postpone Wisconsin's presidential primary but extended the absentee voting window.
Police have identified the person whose body was found in an Ashland ravine. The cause of death is still under investigation.
Unemployment claims in Wisconsin hit a daily high on Monday, with more than 24,600 people filing for benefits. The total number of preliminary unemployment filings since March 15 is nearly 222,000.
Governor Tony Evers' administration is moving ahead with plans to buy 10,000 ventilators and 1 million protective masks in the fight against the coronavirus.
Wisconsin has cancelled standardized state testing this year due to the coronavirus outbreak that has forced schools to temporarily close.
Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers has released details of his "Safer at Home" order, which is now scheduled to take effect at 8 a.m. Wednesday and may remain in effect for a month. The order prohibits all nonessential travel, with some exceptions.
Starting Monday, East 2nd Street between 2nd Avenue East and 31st Avenue East in Superior will be resurfaced.
The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services is requiring doctors and funeral homes to report COVID-19 deaths quicker.