September 30, 2020 - League of Wisconsin Municipalities - COVID-19 Update
COVID-19 Coronavirus Update
The Wisconsin Hospital Association, Wisconsin Medical Society and others, as part of a conversation on a call Tuesday, September 29, are ringing the alarm on Covid-19 in Wisconsin. They were clear that the crisis is statewide - not only in college towns and not only young people.

The medical experts say the most important thing we can do now is spread the word about the need for personal responsibility, masking, social distancing, flu shots and personal hygiene. As local leaders, your citizens will look to you for direction.

Dr. John Raymond, President & CEO of the Medical College of Wisconsin will be joining us for Friday's call to provide clear information. It is important that you join us.
The Wisconsin Hospital Association showed hospitalizations increased 9/29 to 646, and ICU use to 205! On 9/12, the numbers were 313 and 93. - Dr. John Raymond
League COVID-19 Virtual Roundtable Conference Calls
This call is for City/Village Officials,
including mgrs./adm. & Staff Only

NOTE - This is an emergency call. We will begin to schedule a monthly Roundtable call again starting in November.

Friday, October 2 - 1:00-2:00 p.m.

Dr. John Raymond, President & CEO, Medical College of Wisconsin

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If you aren't able to connect or have a question after participating, please contact Jerry Deschane at email.

NEWSLETTER SCHEDULE - A reminder that the League's Special Edition Covid-19 Newsletter will be sent as needed.
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October 6-8 & 13-15, 2020

A series of virtual and in-person regional meetings across Wisconsin.
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