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Of note: Today marks the launch of our coronavirus roundup, as we highlight a story by Rory Linnane, Matt Piper and Maria Perez of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. They report that even health care workers with COVID-19 symptoms — fever, coughing, and sometimes shortness of breath — have been unable to get tested.
Wisconsin governor shuts bars and restaurants, limits gatherings to no more than 10 — Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
UW-Madison moves all classes online for rest of semester — Wisconsin State Journal
Gov. Tony Evers answers your questions on Wisconsin’s COVID-19 response — Wisconsin Public Radio
Pandemic response prompts hospitals to delay some surgeries — Wisconsin Public Radio
Coronavirus Wisconsin: Images from around Milwaukee on Monday, March 16 — Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
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