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MADISON — This coming school year, UW System schools across the state will have access to more than 350,000 coronavirus tests for students.
The tests are a part of $32 million plan the system and the office of Governor Tony Evers announced today in connection to the federal CARES act funding for Wisconsin.
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Dentists in Illinois can now fully reopen, with extra COVID-19 precautions. But there’s a major PPE shortage.
After weeks of only treating emergencies, dentists in Illinois can now resume offering routine dental care, though there will be changes to office visits to limit the spread of COVID-19.
(Update: now you can't leave your house for non-essential travel) Gov. Tony Evers orders ban of all public gatherings of 10 people or more (including bars, restaurants, gym's and malls) until further notice (currently in effect)
Update #1 on 3/18/2020 at 10:45 PM CT: Story now includes gym's.
Update #2 on 3/25/2020 at 4:13 PM CT: Tony Evers has also ordered all non-essential businesses to close, as well as order everyone to stay inside of their homes from now until April 24th.
In the midst of this entire coronavirus pandemic, Wisconsin governor Tony Evers has announced the ban of all public gatherings of 10 people or more effective Tuesday, March 17. The ban is currently in place. This ban also includes the shut down of restaurants, bars, gym's and malls as said in an emergency order. This news comes after Illinois governor J. B. Pritzker also announced the same news.
All T-Mobile and Metro by T-Mobile customers are now receiving free unlimited data and 20GB of mobile hotspot until May 12, 2020
Looks like the uncarrier's pulling another uncarrier move. With AT&T, Sprint and Verizon waiving fees and giving customers a 60 day grace period to pay for their bill, T-Mobile will be offering all customers free unlimited data with 20GB of mobile hotspot data until May 12, 2020. And it doesn't matter what plan you have, as long as it offers data.
Mint Mobile offers consumers free unlimited data until April 14th in response to the coronavirus outbreak (but there's a catch)
Now's never been a better time to be a Mint Mobile customer. Along with other carriers taking steps to make the coronavirus situation easier for everyone, Mint Mobile just went right at it and decided to give customers free unlimited data for all until April 14th.
But there's a catch... of course there's a catch.
LETTER updates (last updated 10/23/2020)
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It's November 6, 2019, and Reddit's website is down. You can get to the website at all, and login, but you won't be able to view any posts or comment anywhere. You may be able to see your notifications though, but you won't be able to take action on them.
Last update: 4/14/2019 at 12:23 AM CST (this story was previous live).
Facebook, Instagram, and WhatsApp (all social media networks Facebook does own) experienced it's second outage this year worldwide for users after Facebook's biggest outage in it's history on March 13th, 2019. The outage occurred for more than 2 hours and this report was updated live. Things were live again around 9:45 AM for all services.
According to users reporting the outage on downdetector.com, this is what was down for Facebook users that reported the problem...
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