Covid-19 crackdown in effect

BEING PREPARED - Members of the Colby School Board review a handout Monday urging basic sanitary measures to be followed to stop the spread of coronavirus. From left to right are board members Teri Hansen, Cheryl Ploeckelman, Bill Tesmer and superintendent Steve Kolden.		        STAFF PHOTO/KEVIN O’BRIEN

Schools are shut down indefinitely. Nursing homes are closed to visitors, and restaurants and bars have been ordered closed. As of Tuesday, gatherings of 10 or more people are officially illegal, and those who gather in smaller groups are urged to stay at least six feet apart.
In short, Wisconsin has joined the rest of the country — and the world at large — in taking drastic measures to limit the spread of the global pandemic known as Covid-19.

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