As the coronavirus pandemic shows few signs of slowing, the Milwaukee Election Commission is taking extra steps this year to keep voters safe.
As the Nov. 3 election approaches, here are some resources available for Milwaukee voters with disabilities.
The Milwaukee Health Department will begin issuing citations for restaurants and bars in Milwaukee that don’t comply with ordinances from the city, as a result of an increase in COVID-19 cases.
The Milwaukee Health Department plans to distribute masks in places where people gather, including convenience stores, churches and shelters.
The Milwaukee Health Department is looking for residents to staff new testing sites as the National Guard sites at Custer Stadium and UMOS close this week.
The Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Milwaukee says that the closings of clubs will be temporary.
With the Nov. 3 election coming up, find out where and how to make sure your vote counts this year.
New testing centers are opening this week, as the National Guard prepares to end its deployment at the city’s two largest sites.
Questions still surround Milwaukee’s mask distribution plan, which was supposed to roll out in late August.
Health organizations in Milwaukee are offering free flu vaccinations this season, as experts stress immunizations during the COVID-19 pandemic.