Seven confirmed COVID-19 cases linked to Wisconsin's April elections
Tuesday, 21 April 2020 At least seven people contracted the coronavirus during Wisconsin's primary election on April 7, Milwaukee health officials said on Tuesday, confirming fears that holding in-person voting during the health crisis put people at risk.
A bear which has a jar stuck on its head is rescued in Marsh-Miller Lake in Chippewa County, Wisonsin. Tricia Hurt, who captured the incident on camera, said that the animal had made it back to shore safely after the jar was removed.
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On Wednesday, Democrats said they will hold an almost entirely virtual presidential nominating convention Aug. 17-20 in Milwaukee. Joe Biden plans to accept the presidential nomination in person. According to Business Insider it remains to be seen whether there will be a significant in-person audience there to see him accept the nomination. The Democratic National Committee said in a statement that official business will take place virtually. Delegates are being asked not to travel to Milwaukee.