COVID-19: What You Need to Know and
How You Can Help Our Community
During and After COVID-19
Prevent the spread: A science-based crisis response to get Wisconsin the supplies it needs to keep our residents healthy
Help people now: Immediate economic relief to the people who need it most
Plan for after: A health-focused, people-first plan to re-open the economy which protects our dairy farms and other small businesses
We’ve never seen anything like COVID-19 in our lifetime, but that’s all the more reason to work together — for our own safety and the safety of our neighbors. Like many others, I was disappointed with the resources made available by our current state assemblyman, so I worked with dozens of community members to put everything you might need in one place.
If there is anything you’d like to see added or know of other useful resources, let me know! I’d love to feature it for all of our neighbors. Just email, call, or text!
COVID-19 must be taken seriously, and everything we do to address it matters. Confused about the science or trying to convince a stubborn friend or neighbor? Read more about the virus, why it’s more dangerous than the common flu, and how things like “social distancing” and “flattening the curve” will make us all safer.
Different leaders and politicians have had different reactions to the pandemic. Has the news become too overwhelming to keep track of? Read more about what President Trump, Governor Evers, and our local mayors and village presidents have done in response to COVID-19.
AND WAYS TO HELP
We’ve had to really restructure how we go about our everyday lives in response to COVID-19. Need extra resources for your students at home, a list of local restaurants for take-out, or looking to volunteer your time and talents to aid our neighbors? Check out the massive collection of resources we’ve gathered from dozens of community members.
Actions speak louder than words: throughout this pandemic, we’ve seen who has had the passion to listen to and lead our community and who has simply let others take the wheel. During an emergency, it’s easy to feel scared when those who are supposed to help just remain silent. We need an involved assemblyman who listens to the experts and helps our local leaders work with the state government — no matter what crisis we face.
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