Yes, this is serious, what we're going through, but a good belly laugh builds the immune system and relieves stress.
Here's what I've found funny recently:
Trevor Noah sings.
Work from home realities.
Stephen Colbert's monologue Wed night.
Here is an update on new guidelines for Metro Service:
After consultation with Public Health, Madison Metro determined that several steps should be taken to reduce the risk of community spread of COVID-19 and increase the ability for…
Hot off the presses!
The City of Madison has reserved four parking spots on Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd. outside the City-County Building and the Madison Municipal Building for curbside voting starting Friday, March 20th. Voters who are high-risk…
Mayor Satya this morning issued a statement about local businesses with regards to COVID-19. Restaurants in particular, but local independent retail in general, are taking a big hit. The Mayor is asking us to consider the following:
Gov. Tony Evers this afternoon issued a new executive order that further restricts mass gatherings, closes bars and restaurants and extends the school closures indefinitely to stop the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19).
Community members should stay home as much as possible
Public Health Madison & Dane County is announcing several new cases of COVID-19 that indicate community spread of the virus. The term “community spread” means there is no known source of…
Things are changing, seemingly by the hour. The Monroe Street Library closed today. The Neighborhood House on S. Mills in Greenbush also closed. Banks are shutting down their lobbies, with business limited to drive-through.…
Message from the Madison Metropolitan School District:
"Schools are closed but MMSD will be providing free, nutritious meals for kids daily at sites around Madison. A take-home breakfast and lunch will be provided in pre-packaged paper bags at each…
Schools are closed as of 03/16/2020
Public Health Madison & Dane County is issuing a county-wide directive PDF to close schools as of March 16, 2020 at 12:01am to mitigate the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19).