State unveils a new way to look at vaccination data; Common Council confirms new health commissioner, and a new case of the UK variant is found in Waukesha County.
Flu numbers have seen a sharp decline this year, as masking and social distancing have been effective in helping to corral influenza, experts say.
As FoodShare enrollment swells because of the pandemic, recipients can expect some extra help through June.
There are more ways to register for the COVID-19 vaccine these days in Milwaukee, but supply is not meeting the demand so far.
The Hunger Task Force’s Mobile Market provides Milwaukee County residents with healthy eating options every weekday.
Starting this week, the Wisconsin Center, the city’s main COVID-19 vaccination site, will be reserving Mondays for vaccinating people over the age of 65. Read on for other updates.
A new round of stimulus checks will likely also bring out a new round of scams. Here’s what to watch out for.
To deliver health education to underserved communities, you need more than just training. You need empathy, cultural understanding and people from the community itself. Here’s how one group is doing just that.
Here’s your weekly roundup of what you need to know about COVID-19 in Milwaukee.
Vaccines will be available for those 65 and older as part of Phase 1B of the distribution plan.