Public Health Madison & Dane County is issuing new recommendations regarding the use of masks, in light of new guidance from the CDC.
As of today, 382,535 or 70% of residents in Dane County have received at least one dose of COVID-19 vaccine. 67.3% have been fully vaccinated.
The organization formally known as the Tobacco-Free Dane County Coalition is changing its name to the Dane County Alliance Against Commercial Tobacco,
MADISON, WI -- Madison Public Library is hosting an in-person, outdoor resource fair at Penn Park on Tuesday, June 29 from 12-5 p.m.
Effective June 26, 2021, the community testing and vaccination site at the Alliant Energy Center will be closed.
Healthy Dane, a community collaborative, is currently conducting a survey to get community feedback on the health of Dane County.
A bat found near the restrooms along Lakeland Avenue in Olbrich Park on Wednesday, June 2 has tested positive for rabies.
Effective at 12:00am on June 2, 2021, all public health orders in Dane County have expired, including mask requirements and gathering limits.
The window for beach season in Wisconsin is short. Public Health Madison & Dane County is already hard at work making sure you make the most of it.
Anyone who has spent time in Wisconsin, likely knows a thing or two about the prevalence of ticks in the spring and summer.
Effective on June 2, Public Health Madison & Dane County will lift all public health orders.
With this update to Order #16, outdoor seating at restaurants and taverns is allowed but distancing is required.
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