MADISON - As Tommy Thompson takes office Wednesday as President of the University of Wisconsin System, his transition team is announcing creation of the "Listening Post" for Wisconsin residents and UW students, faculty, and staff to ask questions and offer ideas.
MADISON - Public health officials are closing indoor service at bars in Madison as the Fourth of July weekend approaches and as the number of coronavirus cases accelerate, many involving young people in Wisconsin's largest college community.
ABBOTSFORD - Marathon County Health Department, Clark County Health Department, and Family Health La Clinica will provide COVID-19 testing on Thursday, July 9 from 12 pm- 8 pm and Friday, July 10 from 7 am to 4 pm with the aid of the Wisconsin National Guard.
WISCONSIN - Coronavirus cases are on the rise globally as well -- further stressing the global supply chain for personal protective equipment. Newswatch 12 spoke with Senator Tammy Baldwin on Wednesday. She called the lack of federal response to COVID-19 inexcusable.
"I think about how different things would've been today if in the earliest days President Trump had used the something called the Defense Production Act," said Baldwin.
Senator Baldwin argues this would've made sure all the personal protection equipment we needed would have been produced. She says different hospitals and health care facilities have been competing over the same equipment.
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