Friday, March 27, 2020

Wisconsin school closures

Wisconsin schools will now remain closed at least through April 24, 2020, to mirror the safer at home order issued by Wisconsin governor Tony Evers.

Summerfest response to coronavirus

Summerfest 2020, in response to coronavirus COVID-19 concerns, is moving its dates to September 3-5, 10-12, and 17-19 this year. The following message was published on the festival's Facebook page on March 23, 2020:

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Summerfest 2020 coronavirus COVID-19

Wisconsin safer at home order

From TMJ4, published on March 23, 2020: Gov. Tony Evers announces 'Safer at Home' order coming Tuesday

From WISN12, published on March 24, 2020: What Wisconsin's 'safer at home' order means for you

From WISN12, published on March 26, 2020: Wisconsin GOP critical of 'stay at home' order

Wisconsin man in Italy describes coronavirus

Andrija Novakovich, a Muskego, Wisconsin man who plays pro soccer in Italy, describes his coronavirus experience.

Full article here on TMJ4, published on March 17, 2020:

Saturday, March 14, 2020

Mr. Robertson's Corner blog

School closures? Our blog is always open for learning!

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Wisconsin State Fair coronavirus response

The 2020 Wisconsin State Fair is currently intending to go on as planned. However, many other upcoming events scheduled to be held at the Wisconsin State Fair Park have been postponed or cancelled due to coronavirus COVID-19 concerns.

From the official Facebook page of the Wisconsin State Fair, posted on March 13, 2020. Click on photo to enlarge:

Wisconsin State Fair coronavirus

Friday, March 13, 2020

WTMJ4 reports on coronavirus

From WTMJ4, published on March 12, 2020: Milwaukee city leaders planning next steps amid coronavirus

From WTMJ4, published on March 11, 2020: Three more people test positive for coronavirus in Wisconsin, bringing total to five active cases