Information Resources

#SaferAtHome

 

How and Where to Get the COVID-19 Vaccine
Everyone 5 years and older in Wisconsin is now eligible for the vaccine. Many people are eligible for vaccine boosters.

See more information and options for where to get the COVID-19 vaccine >

 

Order Free At-Home COVID-19 Tests 

Residential households in the U.S. can order one set of #4 free at-home tests from USPS.com. See Details & Order >

For additional COVID-19 testing resources, visit https://www.covidtests.gov and https://publichealthmdc.com/coronavirus/testing

 

Face Covering Order Extended Amid Continued Surge in COVID Cases & Hospitalizations

Public Health Madison & Dane County Face is issuing Covering Emergency Order #7, effective on February 1, 2022, immediately after the current order expires. The Dane County Order mirrors the previous order and requires face coverings among people ages two and older when in most enclosed spaces open to the public where other people are present, with certain exceptions. The order will expire after 28 days.

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Choosing Safer Activities: An infographic from the CDC with their recommendations of the activities a fully vaccinated person can resume and choosing safer activities (and when to wear a mask) for someone who is unvaccinated.

 

DHS COVID-19 Information & Resources
(Wisconsin Department of Health Services)

Up to date health information and resources for the community
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Coronavirus Resources
(Public Health Madison and Dane County)

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Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
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Project Recover
Helping people in Wisconsin impacted by COVID-19 Trained Crisis Counselors provide FREE, confidential, local support, and education to help cope with this stressful time.
Coping with COVID Hotline: (608) 237-1255
Daily Hours of Operation: 7 am - 11 pm
Email: projectrecovery@cacscw.org

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Jewish Together
(The Jewish Federations of North America)

A Jewish communal unity video series, curated resources, virtual meetups and events around the country, and small business and nonprofit loans.
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Back to Business: A Jewish Community Guide for Reopening Facilities and Resuming Operations in the Age of COVID-19
(Secure Community Network)

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COVID-19 Wisconsin Legislative Updates
By Michael Blumenfeld, Wisconsin Jewish Conference

Wisconsin Jewish Conference is a beneficiary organization of the Jewish Federation of Madison
A curated collection of the week's  COVID-19 related news, data, government responses, plans, guidelines, funding, and other helpful information of note for the State of Wisconsin.
April 30, 2020 Update >

 

More Wisconsin Information & Resources

Emergency Order #16
Health Care Provider Workforce
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Emergency Order #15
Evictions and Foreclosures
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PPE Buyback Program
A site has been created to collect donations of PPE to fulfill our need for Personal Protective Equipment. Entities with donations over 50 items can go to the following site to donate.
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Telehealth
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The Department of Children and Families has compiled resources to help essential workers, providers, and families navigate the child care landscape. The following website has been created to address link providers and families.
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DCF Essential Worker in Need of Childcare
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WEDC Essential Business Request
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Small Business Resources
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DWD Connecting Employers to Job Seekers
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DWD Apply for Unemployment Benefits
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OCI Restaurant Delivery
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PSC, Executive Order #11
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DPI Order
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FEMA Request for Protective Medical Supplies
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WEDC Small Business Announcement
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DOT Online Services
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DOR Tax Filing Deadline
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