Effective at 12:00am on March 1, 2022, Public Health Madison & Dane County will no longer require face coverings in public indoor spaces.
Public Health Madison & Dane County is issuing Face Covering Emergency Order #7, effective at 12:01am on February 1, 2022.
Radon can’t be seen, smelled, or tasted and is the leading cause of lung cancer among non-smokers. Many people in Dane, Rock, and Green counties test their homes for radon and find elevated levels.
Public Health Madison & Dane County is supporting DHS-contracted private testing provider, Accelerated Labs, to open an additional mass testing clinic
Public Health Madison & Dane County is adopting new guidelines for the length of isolation and quarantine.
Nearly 150 Omicron cases have been identified in Dane County as of December 21. This indicates rapid growth of Omicron from the initial three cases that were first identified five days ago on December 16.
The Dane County Order requires face coverings in most enclosed spaces open to the public. The order will expire on February 1, 2022.
The Omicron variant has been detected in Dane County. Public Health Madison & Dane County is encouraging everyone to get vaccinated against COVID-19,
Public Health Madison & Dane County is issuing Face Covering Emergency Order #5, effective at 12:01am on November 27, 2021.
Starting on Tuesday, November 9, 2021, Public Health Madison & Dane County will begin administering pediatric COVID-19 vaccines to children ages 5-11.
Effective at 12:01am on November 5, 2021, Face Covering Emergency Order #4 will take effect.
While the United States banned lead from paint in the 1970s, it is still found in the environment and poses a threat to children’s health.
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