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Most of Epic's nearly 10,000 employees will be required to return to the health software company's campus by Sept. 21. https://t.co/TAXWMBo8Hy — Wisconsin State Journal (@WiStateJournal) August 5, 2020
On Monday, Marathon County’s Executive Committee met behind closed doors and unanimously agreed the post, and several others that homed in on Wausau School board president Tricia Zunker suggesting she and other board members be recalled for their decision to begin the school year virtually, warranted an investigation.
If a person is infected in the forest, and no one is there to report it, were they infected at all?
After plummeting, the virus soars back in the Midwest. via @nytimes https://t.co/xDDkupPSfu — The Wheeler Report (@WheelerReports) August 3, 2020
832 new COVID-19 cases and 15 deaths reported in WI. @SpeakerVos and @SenFitzgerald want to strike down @GovEvers' mask mandate. Evidently they like the numbers higher than they were under 'Safer at Home.' More sickness and more deaths – not what WI citizens want. pic.twitter.com/SHg8slDoHI — Sharky Sarah (@s3bland57) July 31, 2020 …
Here Is How Biden and Trump Stand on Reopening Schools During the Pandemic pic.twitter.com/9rbZAg1PIU — UpNorthNews (@UpNorthNewsWI) July 31, 2020
COVID-19 in March: "Wanna see me ruin Major League Baseball?" COVID-19 in July: pic.twitter.com/Dka5hO0dWM — Danny Vietti (@DannyVietti) July 31, 2020
.@repvos says he expects a lawsuit to be filed over @GovEvers's mask order, but indicates it won't come from GOP lawmakers. That's a departure from his previous approach. In the spring, Vos, @SenFitzgerald and other Republican leaders sued to throw out the stay-at-home order. — Patrick Marley (@patrickdmarley) July 30, 2020
Wisconsin Sen. Steve Nass (R-Whitewater) calls on @SpeakerVos and @SenFitzgerald to bring the legislature back to block the public health emergency and mask mandate. "I can’t legally or morally trust (@GovEvers and @DHSWI Sec. Andrea Palm) with emergency powers." @WISCTV_News3 — Amy Reid (@amyreidreports) July 30, 2020