With the weather warming up, Wisconsinites long for days at the beach. But how safe is it when our natural areas are so crowded?
Milwaukee might have the most cases, but it doesn’t have the highest rate of cases. That new title goes to Brown and Racine counties.
Health experts say you should get outside, but caution against traveling around the state.
“It’s awfully tempting to feel like we’re coming to the end of coronavirus. The weather changes and orders change on a political level, but the virus still remains, and the importance of physical distancing still remains.”
Over the past 104 years, state’s highest court has largely allowed Wisconsin’s executive branch and administrative agencies to grow in power. By voting against the Department of Health and Andrea Palm, the tides may be turning.
Bars and restaurants are reopening. Well, some of them.
When the Wisconsin Supreme Court overturned Safer at Home, local leaders had to scramble to respond.
After the state supreme court struck the order down, some counties have decided to keep restrictions in place.
“I think there is a perception that we’re just about at the end of this, and we can go back to life as normal. I wish I could say that was so, but it isn’t.”
We spoke with Milwaukee County’s emergency management medical director to get some advice.