"Health experts say the evidence is clear that masks can help prevent the spread of COVID-19 and that the more people wearing masks, the better."
"A patient tested positive again in June, just 48 days after testing positive for the virus in April"
"According to the CDC, recent studies indicate a significant portion of people who have COVID-19 don’t show symptoms, and the virus can spread before they realize they are sick. This research — combined with the fact that the coronavirus can spread through close proximity to others, often by speaking, coughing or sneezing — led to their r
"According to the CDC, recent studies indicate a significant portion of people who have COVID-19 don’t show symptoms, and the virus can spread before they realize they are sick. This research — combined with the fact that the coronavirus can spread through close proximity to others, often by speaking, coughing or sneezing — led to their recommendation for the general public to wear cloth masks in public, especially in situations where social distancing may be difficult, such as grocery stores or on public transportation, and in areas where there is a significant amount of community transmission. "
Some say this measure may have come too late, others, 'better late than never'.
Read about which 8 major retailers are requiring face masks.
"Because a person can spread the coronavirus to others before they exhibit any symptoms, many health officials say it's vital for everyone to wear a mask...."
Up to date information from the US CDC.
For up to date news and information on COVID 19 in Wisconsin.
From the Lymphoedema Support Network - UK, important information and guidelines for the Lymphedema community.
The NY Times is providing free, online access to their coronavirus/COVID 19 coverage.
Access free, online coverage relevant to Wisconsin and the United States, from the award winning Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
Watch the newly hatched baby eaglets, and their parents, courtesy of the Decorah Eagles Cam. You can also watch the newly hatched Barred Owl babies, and more.
See the renowned Alvin Ailey dancers perform Revelations.
Our wonderful friends at Leaven have established an Emotional CPR phone line for people who need to talk to a caring person.
Watch the full length performance of The Nutcracker, by New York City Ballet.
Watch the beauty of colorful jellyfish swimming, otters frolicking, sharks, and more from the many live animal cams.
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