Put simply, the COVID-19 vaccine is not everything we hoped it might be. Let me be clear: The COVID vaccine is safe and effective, and if you haven’t gotten it, you should. With that said, it is becoming glaringly apparent that the vaccinated can still contract COVID-19 and spread it to others. Vaccinated students may only become aware they have contracted COVID-19 after receiving a positive test, making it critically important that vaccinated students continue to test regularly this fall.
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The joint city-county Public Health department released a order of public health Friday releasing Dane County residents of outdoor capacity limits.
Mickie’s Dairy Bar resumed in-person dining following a new emergency order easing COVID-19 health restrictions.
As state health officials prepare to expand Wisconsin’s rollout, restaurant workers became eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine on Friday.
As the weather warms and UW-Madison and Dane County COVID-19 restrictions have eased up, UW-Madison students are gathering outside and following varying degrees of COVID-19 public health guidelines — sparking concern among the campus community.
In response to a rapid increase of COVID-19 cases, Public Health Madison & Dane County released Emergency Order #10, completely prohibiting all indoor gatherings and limiting outdoor gatherings to 10 people.
A conservative law firm has asked the state Supreme Court on Monday to immediately block Dane County’s Emergency Order #10, which was announced last week effectively banning all indoor gatherings and sports ahead of the Thanksgiving holiday.
As the COVID-19 pandemic rages on, local Madison businesses and their employees continue to struggle financially and are bracing for what could be a harsher winter.
Two hours before the No. 14 Wisconsin Badgers kicked off their first game of the season at home against the Illinois Fighting Illini, State Street seemed emptier than it’s been on a gameday since Wisconsin’s run of perennial losses in the 1980s.
The UW-Madison 7-day COVID-19 percent positive rate has decreased to 1.0 percent, following the university’s decision to pause in-person instruction and campus activities from Sept. 10 to the 25.
Joint Committee for Review of Administrative Rules considers order regarding capacity limits at indoor public gatherings
The Joint Committee for Review of Administrative Rules held an Executive Session Tuesday and passed a motion that counters a current emergency order intended to limit the number of people allowed at public gatherings to combat rising numbers of COVID-19 cases in Wisconsin.
Gov. Tony Evers directed Wisconsin Department of Health Services Secretary-designee Andrea Palm on Tuesday to issue an emergency order limiting gatherings in many public buildings to no more than 25 percent of the total occupancy limit.
The Plaza Tavern and Grill has raised over 70,000 dollars from nearly 1.5 thousand people in the past week after creating a GoFundMe to keep the historic institution open amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Gov. Tony Evers announced an $8 million grant program aimed at helping the Wisconsin tourism industry amid a decline in tourism due to the COVID-19 pandemic on Sept. 14.
Gov. Tony Evers announced a new public health emergency and issued a new face mask order Tuesday, citing a surge in cases on college campuses throughout Wisconsin and quickly drawing fire from Republicans and conservative groups in the state.
Last fall, when Bronson Koenig arrived at the Standing Rock camp in North Dakota and exited the trailer that he and his brother Miles had driven 14 hours in, it was nearly midnight. But as he got out of the vehicle in the dead of night, a man from behind was still able to recognize the then-Wisconsin Badger guard.
The Alcohol License Review Committee granted Wednesday a new bar located near Camp Randall Stadium, which will have a capacity of up to 1,660 on football game days, an entertainment license and alcohol license.
UW-Madison’s Revelry Music Festival will undergo major changes this year, including a decrease in its number of artists and a change of venue, according to a Wisconsin Union press release.
With its debut fast approaching Friday, Union South opens up a slew of opportunities for students on campus. Among them are the numerous arts venues included in the building, which the Cardinal was lucky enough to tour this past week.
With the NCAA Championship meet only days away, the Men's Track team has overtaken Florida State for the top spot in the national polls. The Badgers are ranked No. 1 in the U.S. Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association and also in the Trackwire 25, a poll that predicts team results for the Championship meet. Wisconsin's recent surge knocked the Seminoles from the No. 1 spot for the first time this indoor season.