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May 30-June5

SATURDAY, JUNE 5

WISN-AM
Drs. Angela Beckert and Cara O’Brien
The Word on Medicine

FRIDAY, JUNE 4

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
These bilingual college students are working to overcome COVID-19 vaccine barriers, hesitancy in Milwaukee's Muslim community

MD Mag
Dr. Andres Yarur
Pathophysiology and Symptoms of Ulcerative Colitis

Urban Milwaukee
Milwaukee Has Lowest Case Count Since Early Pandemic

Patch.com - Brookfield, WI
UWM At Waukesha: UWM Creates Big Impact With Unique Mission, Mone Tells Regents

THURSDAY, JUNE 3

Benzinga
Psychedelic Company Forges Ahead in Developing New Treatments for Depression

TMJ 4
Dr. Lisa Wolf
Primary Care with Lisa Wolf

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2

WTMJ-AM
Dr. John Raymond
Boosters for COVID vaccine

WisBusiness
Dr. John Raymond
WED AM New: VC fund CEO calls $100-million state fund proposal a ‘golden opportunity’; Nordic Consulting reaches gold status at state LGBT chamber

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Dr. James Thomas
New vaccines developed to fight COVID-19 pandemic could break ground in cancer treatment

WUWM
Dr. Ben Weston
Leaders Urge Caution As Milwaukee Mask Mandate Ends

Spectrum News 1
Hospital Guest House Opens

CBS 58
Dr. Mary Beth Graham
Doctors say surge after Memorial Day will likely be blunted because of vaccines

TUESDAY, JUNE 1

American Medical Association
Dr. Jesse Ehrenfeld
How AMA is standing up for transgender patients during COVID-19

WisBusiness
Dr. John Raymond
Rotary Club of Milwaukee: Dr. John R. Raymond, Sr., Medical College of Wisconsin President and CEO, named 2021 Person of the Year

ASH Clinical News
Dr. Ashima Singh
More COVID-19 Complications Seen in Black patients With Sickle Cell Disease and Sickle Cell Trait

TMJ 4
Milwaukee-area nonprofit gts heartwarming donation from Boy Scout

WTMJ-AM
Dr. John Raymond
Herd immunity, getting people vaccinated

TMJ 4
Dr. Ben Weston
Milwaukee businesses revisit COVID-19 restrictions as city’s health order expires

CBS 58
Dr. Ben Weston
Wisconsin reaches lowest level of COVID-19 hospitalizations since April 2020

SUNDAY, MAY 30

OnMilwaukee
Reggie Moore
Reggie Moore’s journey of a lifetime: Working to build a safer community

May 16-22

FRIDAY, MAY 21

ABC 12
Reggie Moore
New Violence Prevention Director

Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service
Reggie Moore
EXCLUSIVE: Reggie Moore’s journey of a lifetime: Working to build a safer city

WUWM
Dr. Ben Weston
Milwaukee County to Expand Home Vaccination Program for COVID-19

ABC 12
Medical College of Wisconsin School of Pharmacy Commencement

Today’s Hospitalist
Dr. Ankur Segon
Big payoff for performance feedback

Urban Milwaukee
MKE County: COVID-19 Declining in Milwaukee

Milwaukee Magazine
Dr. Steven Grindel
Surgery in the Time of COVID

WSAW-TV
Marathon Co. taskforce plans to present cost estimates later this year as more forensic pathologists are expected to retire

THURSDAY, MAY 20

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
The pandemic and virtual classes have left some students feeling isolated. Here’s how some learned to discuss their mental health.

American Medical Association
Dr. Jesse Ehrenfeld
Challenges faced by transgender individuals amid the pandemic

Greater Phoenix In Business
Health Care System Launches Digital Health Program with Virtual Care Platform

Urban Milwaukee
Reggie Moore
Arnitta Holliman Is New Head of Violence Prevention

CBS 58
Reggie Moore
New Violence Prevention Director

TMJ 4
Reggie Moore
New Violence Prevention Director

WEDNESDAY, MAY 19

WUWM
Dr. Ben Weston
Milwaukee, Other Southeastern Wisconsin Communities Move Up End Date Of Mask Requirements

TMJ 4
Waukesha county closes Expo Center vaccination clinic Wednesday

Milwaukee Business Journal
Milwaukee Film officially rebrands its Minority Health Film Festival

US News and World Report
Dr. James Findling
Adrenal Fatigue: Is It Real?

Highland County Press
Dr. Michael McCrea
NCAA-DOD Grand Alliance conference highlights concussion biomarker research

Rebelle Society
Dr. Tim Sanborn
Family Farewell: A Lovely Way to Die

TUESDAY, MAY 18

Milwaukee Business Journal
C. Greer Jordan
Meet the second group of Milwaukee Business Journal’s 2021 Women of Influence winners

NBA
Dr. Carole Vetter
Medical Update on Thanasis Antetokounmpo

Cardiology News
Dr. Ben Weston
AHA/ACC guidance on ethics, professionalism in cardiovascular care

MONDAY, MAY 17

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
With eviction moratorium about to end, Milwaukee group focuses on long-term housing needs

WDJT-TV (CBS 58)
Dr. Constance Kostelac
Drug overdose deaths continue to climb in Milwaukee County

GSN
MCW employee on Family Feud

May 9-15

SATURDAY, MAY 15

MD Alert
Dr. Sherry-Ann Brown
CT scans for breast-cancer radiotherapy also show cardiovascular risk

FRIDAY, MAY 14

Milwaukee Business Journal
Dr. Ashley Hines
Back on track? Mayor recommends portion of $406M in fed funds be used to expand streetcar

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Legal Action urges Wisconsin Supreme Court to ensure eviction ban lasts until June 30
Syndicated on Green Bay Press-Gazette, Appleton Post-Crescent

THURSDAY, MAY 13

Milwaukee Business Journal
Royal Capital launches into $22M conversion of Phillis Wheatley School into apartments: Slideshow

Urban Milwaukee
MKE County: New COVID-19 Cases Decreasing

WEDNESDAY, MAY 12

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Dr. Zeno Franco
11 things experts say will help the rest of Wisconsin get vaccinated
Syndicated across Wisconsin Gannett outlets

The DO Osteopathic
Roger Beaumont, DO
What this DO says the osteopathic profession can do to encourage more DOs to do OMM

Winston County Journal
Dr. Nancy Dahms
GlyCORE to host inaugural mid-south glycoscience meeting

Beckers ASC Review
100 best hospitals for GI care in 2021: Healthgrades

Oncology Nursing Review
Dr. William Bradley
Maintenance Olaparib Still Beneficial at 5-Year Mark

Racine County Eye
Dr. Michael O. Frank
COVID-19 vaccine for 12 to 15-year-olds could happen
Also appeared on Newsbreak

TUESDAY, MAY 11

Healio
Dr. Ivor Benjamin
AHA/ACC report on ethics, professionalism in VC care focuses on inclusion, wellness

WTMJ-TV (TMJ 4)
Dr. Ben Weston
CDC expected to approve COVID-19 for kids 12 and older

Milwaukee Business Journal
Dr. John Raymond
Employers can require offices staff to return this summer but that carries risks: MMAC panel

National College Athletic Association
Dr. Michael McCrea
NCAA-DOD Grand Alliance conference highlights concession biomarker research

WTMJ-TV (TMJ 4)
Dr. Ben Weston
COVID-19 Vaccines for Children

WTMJ 620
Dr. John Raymond
Dr. John Raymond predicts 'quick' approval from CDC, FDA committees for COVID-19 shots for 12-15-year-olds

MONDAY, MAY 10

WGBA-TV (NBC 26)
Dr. Fallon Schloemer
Wisconsin girl treated by MCW on The Voice

BizTimes
Mandel Group designed its latest Wauwatosa apartment complex with an eye on business, medical professionals

Modern Healthcare
Dr. Nathan Ledeboer
Labs preparing for increase in POC, home testing post-pandemic

SUNDAY, MAY 9

WDJT-TV (CBS 58)
Dr. Wade Mueller
MCW doctor conducts surgery on Milwaukee Zoo bonobo primate

WDJT-TV (CBS 58)
Dr. Wade Mueller
Team of specialists saves young bonobo at Milwaukee County Zoo

WTMJ-TV (TMJ 4)
Dr. Elizabeth Fischer
Suicide survivor helping spread awareness among young people

May 2-8

FRIDAY, MAY 7

US News & World Report
Wisconsin Residents Combat Water Contamination Aftereffects

Racine County Eye
Medical College of Wisconsin Veteran Outreach Program Helps Prevent Suicide with Firearm Safety Initiative
Also appeared on Milwaukee Courier

Grand Forks Herald
Dr. Ben Weston
Even as pandemic restrictions fade in Minnesota, officials and experts say, COVID-19 will remain

WITI-TV (FOX 6)
COVID study examines minorities, adults impact

WDJT-TV (CBS 58)
Dr. Ben Weston
Pfizer's application for FDA approval could be the start of COVID-19 vaccines mandated by employers and organizations

WITI-TV (FOX 6)
Milwaukee COVID cases down, positivity rate up

WITI-TV (FOX 6)
Fight COVID MKE

THURSDAY, MAY 6

Medical Xpress
Dr. Jenifer Coburn
Plotting the end of Lyme Disease

BioForward
Advancing a Healthier Wisconsin Endowment Announces Funding to Support COVID-19 Vaccination Awareness and Outreach in Milwaukee County

ABC News
Dr. Leah Lalor
Mom’s genius beach day hacks for baby get praise from millions

Milwaukee Business Journal
Dr. John Raymond
With only 65% of Milwaukee-area healthcare employees vaccinated, health system execs weigh mandate

Milwaukee Business Journal
Dr. John Raymond
Health care leaders encourage door-to-door efforts to increase vaccination percentages

WEDNESDAY, MAY 5

Spectrum News 1
Dr. Terri Deroon-Cassini
Managing Pandemic Stress

Urban Milwaukee
Dr. John Raymond
Investment in UW System capital projects would increase STEM and health graduates, accelerate business growth in local communities

AAMI
Dr. Jesse Ehrenfeld
Co-Chairs Named for New AAMI Standards Committee Focused on Artificial Intelligence

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Judge's ruling ending eviction moratorium leaves Milwaukee landlord and tenant groups scrambling to adapt

TUESDAY, MAY 4

Miami Herald
Dr. Aasim Padela
Mosques, Jackson help Miami Muslims get vaccinated, but more outreach needed, experts say

Healio
Dr. Leonard E. Egede
Interventions needed to improve quality of life for underserved Black adults with diabetes

Racine County Eye
'The middle of a massive contamination': Residents of Wisconsin region struggle with aftereffects of dangerous 'forever chemicals'

Wheeler Report
Dr. John Raymond
Investment in capital projects would increase STEM and health graduates, accelerate business growth in local communities

Spectrum News 1
Dr. Terri Deroon-Cassini
Treating pandemic related stressors

MONDAY, MAY 3

PR Newswire
Reggie Moore
Medical College of Wisconsin's Comprehensive Injury Center Adds New Position, Director of Violence Prevention Policy and Engagement

Manitowoc Chamber Master
Manitowoc’s Holy Family Memorial Names Dr. Michael DeGere Next Vice President and Chief Medical Officer

Health Affairs
Funders Continue COVID-19 Fight in Varied Ways

Spectrum News 1
“Step by step”: Patients and providers tackle long-haul COVID-19 cases, one day at a time

Bloglikes
Dr. Zeno Franco
What Does “Tough Compassion” Look Like in Real Life?

April 18-24

FRIDAY, APRIL 23

Urban Milwaukee
COVID-19 Increasing in the City

THURSDAY, APRIL 22

ABC News
Olivia Davies
When can you ditch your mask outdoors? Experts weigh in on the risks

Spectrum News 1
Dr. Laura Cassidy
COVID Ask the Expert Segment with Dr. Laura Cassidy

CBS 58
Dr. Ben Weston
Study says less than 1% of people end up with COVID-19 after being fully vaccinated

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 21

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Dr. Veneshia McKinney-Whitson
Milwaukee’s chronic problem with lead: Dr. Veneshia McKinney-Whitson explains what parents can do to keep kids safe

CBS 58
Dr. Ben Weston
Doctors seeings increased cases of long COVID in children

TUESDAY, APRIL 20

ADVFN UK
Dr. Kathleen Schmainda
IQ-AI Limited Final Results

Dissecting the News
Mike Annunziata
COVID-19 Energizes New Physicians Towards an Improved Future

MPA Public Policy Review
Dr. John Raymond
MPA-LLC Calls for Black Health Coalition and Milwaukee Health Services to immediately join FEMA for relevant COVID protection

Isthmus Daily Page
Highlights of the Voices of Wisconsin Students Project: Learning, Coping, and Building Resilience During COVID-19

Wheeler Report
Expo Center Community Vaccination Clinic to close when 60% of eligible population is vaccinated

CBS 58
Waukesha County community vaccine clinic to close when 60% of population is vaccinated

MONDAY, APRIL 19

ABC 12
Dr. Mary Beth Graham
Vaccine effectiveness

WMLW-TV
Reggie Moore
New MCW Director of Violence Prevention

CBS 58
Dr. Ben Weston
Doctors say the Johnson & Johnson vaccine is still needed to vaccinate hard to reach populations

April 11-17

SATURDAY, APRIL 17

ABC 19
Dr. Mary Beth Graham
Vaccine effectiveness

FRIDAY, APRIL 16

Triangle Business Journal
Dr. Carolyn Quinsey
TBJ’s 2021 Health Care Heroes Awards winners

Catholic News World
Dr. Jacquelyn Kulinski
Vatican Co-Sponsors Conference “Exploring the Mind, Body and Soul” with Message from Pope Francis and Dr. Anthony Fauci, Dr. Oz, Deepak Chopra, Dr. Sangay Gupta, Chelsea Clinton and more
Syndicated across several U.S. outlets

Channel 3000
Milwaukee Bucks get vaccinated, encourage others to do the same

TMJ 4
Milwaukee Bucks get vaccinated, encourage others to do the same

NBC 15
Bucks get vaccinated at special COVID-19 clinic

Urban Milwaukee
MKE County: Children Contributing to Rising COVID-19

FOX 6
Bucks get vaccinated at special COVID-19 clinic

NBA
Milwaukee Bucks Statement Regarding Vaccinations

FOX 6
MCW providing vaccines

NBC 26
Dr. Ben Weston
Booster vaccines

THURSDAY, APRIL 15

Gazette Extra
‘We’re not given the option to get vaccinated’: Advocated work to narrow racial and ethnic disparities in Wisconsin

CreakyJoints
Dr. Michael Putman
The Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 Vaccine Blot Clot Issue: What Autoimmune and Inflammatory Disease Patients Need to Know

UWM Today
Dr. John Raymond
Chancellor’s Report: How UWM & The Medical College of Wisconsin Are Working Together

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 14

WTMJ-AM
Dr. John Raymond
J&J vaccine

WUWM-FM
Dr. Ben Weston
J&J vaccine

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Dr. Gary Steven
Spring pollen has arrived in Milwaukee. Here’s how to tell the difference between COVID-19 and allergies

Greater Milwaukee Today
Nearly 5,000 county residents vaccinated in past week

WUWM-FM
Dr. John Raymond
Vaccine progress / vaccination rates

Spectrum News 1
Dr. Roy Silverstein
Expert segment: J&J vaccine

TUESDAY, APRIL 13

WUWM
Dr. John Raymond
Local economy reopening

WUWM
Dr. John Raymond
Medical College of Wisconsin President Offers Three Criteria For Opening Up The Economy

MMAC
Dr. John Raymond
MMAC Business of Metro MKE Webinar: Local economy reopening

WTMJ-AM
Dr. John Raymond
Variant strains & J&J vaccine

Wisconsin Watch
Dr. John Raymond
Wisconsin pauses Johnson & Johnson vaccinations during federal study of serious clotting reported in 6 of 6.8 million doses

ABC News
Dr. Olivia Davies
Worried about your J&J COVID vaccine? Don’t be, experts say

WTMJ 620
Dr. John Raymond
J&J vaccine producing a ‘potentially serious side effect,’ Dr. Raymond says FDA, CDC ‘being cautious’

MONDAY, APRIL 12

Wisconsin Public Radio
Dr. John Raymond
Wisconsin Medical Leader: Rising Cases, Spikes in Surrounding States are a ‘Warning Sign’

Milwaukee Business Journal
Dr. John Raymond
Medical College’s Dr. Raymond says Covid-19 uptick in state not a surge, but variants a concern

ABC 12
Dr. Reggie Moore
New Director of Violence Prevention

April 4-10

SATURDAY, APRIL 10

WTMJ-AM
Dr. John Raymond
Vaccines for kids

FRIDAY, APRIL 9

WMVS (PBS)
Dr. Jane Wainaina
Black Nouveau

WUWM
Dr. Ben Weston
COVID-19 Variants

CBS 58
Mara Lord
New campaign aims to ease COVID-19 vaccine concerns, educate people
Republished on KEYT

ABC 12
COVID-19: Coping on the front lines

TMJ 4
Mara Lord
Milwaukee coalition launching $900K campaign to build COVID vaccine confidence

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Mara Lord
13% of adults say they will ‘definitely not’ get the COVID-19 vaccine. Here are their reasons.

Milwaukee Courier
You Can’t Pour From An Empty Cup

Milwaukee Business Journal
Nearly $1M advertising campaign targets high-risk Milwaukeeans averse to COVID-19 vaccine

Urban Milwaukee
Coalition of Leaders Launching Multi-Media and Grassroots Campaign to Build COVID Vaccine Confidence Throughout Milwaukee Area

THURSDAY, APRIL 8

Spectrum News 1
Dr. John Raymond
Spectrum News weekly COVID-19 segment: COVID-19 variants

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 7

WUWM
Dr. Ben Weston
Ben Weston - Vaccines

Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service
Here’s a list of places to get the COVID-19 vaccine in Milwaukee

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Dr. Jane Wainaina
Causey: I got vaccinated, but my wife may not. Let me tell you why I changed my mind on this.

CNN Brasil
Dr. Edward Krall
Dia Mundial da Saúde: 5 coisas que a pandemia nos ensinou sobre bem-estar

TUESDAY, APRIL 6

WTMJ-AM
Dr. John Raymond
Health and Economy Briefing pt. I
Health and Economy Briefing pt. II

TMJ 4
Dr. Ben Weston
TMJ4 News at 5: COVID-19 variants
Reaired at 10pm

CBS 58
Dr. Ben Weston
Doctors say B.1.1.7 variant and team sports causing rise in youth COVID-19 cases

TMJ 4
Dr. Ben Weston
Greenfield resumes football activities

MONDAY, APRIL 5

Wisconsin Watch
‘We’re not given the option to get vaccinated’: Advocates work to narrow racial and ethnic disparities in Wisconsin

Oncology Times
Dr. Marcello Pasquini
Standardization & Harmonization of Immuno-Oncology Toxicities

NewsColony
Dr. Roy Silverstein
When can kids get vaccinated? Your questions answered

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Here’s where to find a COVID-19 vaccine on weekends or evenings in the Milwaukee area

Wisconsin Public Radio
‘We’re not given the option to get vaccinated’: Advocates work to narrow racial and ethnic disparities in Wisconsin

Capital Times
‘We’re not given the option to get vaccinated’: Advocates work to narrow racial and ethnic disparities in Wisconsin

Institute for Natural Healing
Dr. Roy Silverstein
COVID: Why Your Blood Type Matters

SUNDAY, APRIL 4

WUWM
Dr. John Raymond
Conversation with Chancellor Mone pt. I
Conversation with Chancellor Mone pt. II

March 21-27

SATURDAY, MARCH 27

Kenosha News
Dr. Ryan Spellecy
Conference to spotlight impact of COVID-19 on Communities of Color

FRIDAY, MARCH 26

Racine County Eye
Dr. Ryan Spellecy
Center for Ethnic Studies to host Mini-Conference focusing on Health Impact of COVID-19 on Communities of Color

THURSDAY, MARCH 25

Living Magazine
Modern Vascular

Urban Milwaukee
Dr. Ben Weston
MKE County: COVID-19 Cases Rising in Milwaukee

Medscape
Dr. Johnny C. Hong
Patient With Post-COVID-19 Cholangiopathy Undergoes Successful Liver Transplant

Wausau Daily Herald
Hmong community faces language, technology barriers to getting COVID-19 vaccine. A central Wisconsin organization aims to help.
Republished in Marshfield News Herald and Wisconsin Rapids Tribune

MDAlert
Dr. Johnny C. Hong
Patient with post-COVID-19 cholangiopathy undergoes successful liver transplant

WTMJ-AM
Dr. John Raymond
Wisconsin's Morning News: Vaccine news

WTMJ-AM
Dr. John Raymond
Clark Howard show: Uptick in cases

Spectrum News 1
Dr. Laura Cassidy
Spectrum News weekly COVID-19 segment: Vaccine information

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 24

Racine Journal Times
Dr. Ryan Spellecy
Impact of COVID-19 on communities of color is conference topic

WTMJ-AM
Dr. John Raymond
Health and Economy Briefing Part I
Health and Economy Briefing Part II

Green Bay Press Gazette
Scammers asking for credit card information to schedule vaccine appointments

TUESDAY, MARCH 23

WUWM
Dr. Ben Weston
WUWM-FM Dr. Ben Weston: COVID-19 variants and other vaccine news

WKOW-TV
Republicans pass bills banning vaccine mandates, giving themselves oversight of relief spending

CBS 58
Dr. Ben Weston
Efforts to vaccinate thousands of homebound Wisconsin residents are underway

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Scammers asking for credit card information to schedule vaccine appointments

Milwaukee Business Journal
Dr. Kajua Lor
40 Under 40: Kajua Lor, Medical College of Wisconsin

MONDAY, MARCH 22

NIU Today
Dr. Jesse Ehrenfeld
NSF, AMA reps to speak at forum on biomedical engineering

Broadway World
Dr. Ivor Benjamin
Milwaukee Rep Hosts LET'S TALK VACCINATIONS: A Conversation On COVID-19

WISN
Mara Lord
Overcoming COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy

Milwaukee Business Journal
Dr. Ben Weston
40 Under 40: Dr. Ben Weston, Milwaukee County Office of Emergency Management

Wisconsin Public Radio
Dr. Laura Cassidy
COVID-19 Precautions Have Cut the Spread of Other Illnesses in Schools

WTMJ-AM
Dr. John Raymond
Wisconsin's Morning News: Vaccine rollout

Wisconsin Public Radio
Branden DuPont
Report: Black Wisconsinites 4.3 Times More Likely To Be Convicted For Possession Of Marijuana

SUNDAY, MARCH 21

Urban Milwaukee
Froedtert, MCW Warn of Vaccine Phone Scam

News Break
Phone scams targeting COVID-19 vaccine appointments

March 14-20

SATURDAY, MARCH 20

CBS 58
Phone scams targeting COVID-19 vaccine appointments

OnMilwaukee.com
Froedtert and Medical College of Wisconsin warn of COVID-19 vaccine phone scam

Milwaukee Courier
Dr. Ben Weston
Milwaukee Extends Vaccine Appointments to 10 county ZIP codes

FRIDAY, MARCH 19

Discover Hometown Publications
Waukesha County healthcare partners, schools reach vaccination milestones

Wisconsin Watch
CDC: Student desks can now be 3 feet apart

Urban Milwaukee
Darren Rausch
MKE County: COVID-19 Trends Stable in Milwaukee

Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service
Froedtert and Medical College of Wisconsin warn residents of COVID-19 vaccine phone scam

THURSDAY, MARCH 18

Healio
Dr. Judy E. Kim
What innovations will meet the challenges of undertreating retinal disease?

WTMJ-AM
Dr. John Raymond
Clark Howard show: Vaccine choices

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 17

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Dr. Mary Beth Graham
Pfizer, Moderna, J&J? Most in Wisconsin won't be given a choice of COVID-19 vaccine

News Break
Dr. John Raymond
Medical College president says vaccines are 'our shot' at beating COVID-19

WTMJ-AM
Dr. John Raymond
Health and Economy Briefing Part 1 and Part 2: Vaccines

Travel Base Online
Dr. Joyce Sanchez
Where can you travel safely once you've had the COVID-19 vaccine?

Milwaukee Business Journal
Mara Lord and Greg Wesley
Wisconsin employers can help boost Covid-19 vaccinations to reach herd immunity – with caveats

Wisconsin Public Radio
Dr. Marth Beth Graham
Infectious Disease Expert: If You've Been Fully Vaccinated, You Still Need To Wear a Mask

TUESDAY, MARCH 16

CBS 58
Dr. John Raymond
Doctors reflect on COVID-19 medical challenges and breakthroughs 1 year later

Pharmacy Times
Dr. George MacKinnon and pharmacy student Aubrey Cutler
Upcoming Pharmacy Resident Students Continue to Balance Uncertainty, Optimism as Pandemic Continues

Marquette Tribune
Faculty group works to create public health programs at Marquette

Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service
How to get a COVID-19 shot in Wisconsin: Vaccine hunters share tips

MONDAY, MARCH 15

CBS 58
How various vaccine locations are preparing for increase in eligible patients at the end of March

WUWM
Dr. Frank Pintar
Car Crash Experts, Police Hope To Avoid Another Record Year For Milwaukee County

March 7-13

SATURDAY, MARCH 13

Milwaukee Magazine
Dr. Himanshu Agrawal
How Isolation Has Affected Our Collective Mental Health

FRIDAY, MARCH 12

Urban Milwaukee
MKE County: COVID-19 Cases Not Rising, Not Falling

TMJ 4
Dr. John Raymond
TMJ4 News at 6: Vaccine timeline

Urban Milwaukee
Dr. Ben Weston
11.5% of the state is fully vaccinated

Wisconsin Public Radio
How to get a COVID-19 Shot in Wisconsin: Vaccine Hunters Share Tips

Crains Chicago Business
Health systems re-examine post-COVID office space needs • Workers say Cicero nursing home never received vaccines • CVS begins vaccinations in Illinois

Milwaukee Magazine
Dr. Ben Weston
A Look Behind the Scenes at Milwaukee’s Pandemic Communications Response

THURSDAY, MARCH 11

Spectrum News 1
Dr. John Raymond
Spectrum News 1: One year of pandemic

Wisconsin Health News
Dr. John Raymond
MCW CEO: COVID-19 trends improving, but still ways to go before opening up

WUWM
Dr. David Joyce and Dr. Lyle Joyce
How Two Wisconsin Heart Doctors Have Helped In The Fight Against COVID-19

Urban Milwaukee
Dr. Ben Weston
Vaccine Eligibility Expanding Based On Medical Conditions

Milwaukee Business Journal
Eradicating Covid-19: $900K campaign addresses vaccine hesitancy among Milwaukee residents

WISN
Dr. Jennifer McIntosh
WISN 12 News: COVID Vaccine Special

CBS 58
Dr. Ben Weston
One year mark of COVID-19 pandemic shows progress and the need to remain vigilant

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 10

TMJ 4
Dr. Ben Weston
The Morning Blend: Vaccine rollout

TMJ 4
Dr. John Raymond
Mayor Barrett reflects on Milwaukee's first COVID-19 case one year later

TMJ 4
Dr. Ben Weston
Getting Answers about the Milwaukee COVID-19 Vaccination Distribution

WISN
Dr. Julie Biller
Froedtert doctors research help for COVID-19 long haulers

TUESDAY, MARCH 9

WUWM
Mara Lord
Wisconsin Businesses Urged To Help Their Workers Access The COVID-19 Vaccine

WTMJ-AM
Dr. John Raymond
Health and Economy Briefing

Milwaukee Business Journal
Dr. John Raymond and Dr. Ben Weston
New COVID-19 rules coming next week for Milwaukee Businesses

MONDAY, MARCH 8

Milwaukee Business Journal
Dr. Ben Weston and Dr. Kajua Lor
Learn something surprising about each of our 40 under 40 winners

BizTimes
Dr. John Raymond
Wisconsin health leader implores employers to help vaccine rollout effort

CBS 58
Dr. John Raymond
State health and business officials discuss positive trend in Wisconsin’s vaccine rollout

WISN
Dr. John Raymond
WISN 12 News at 5: Vaccine rollout

Milwaukee Business Journal
Dr. John Raymond
Medical College's Dr. Raymond is upbeat on Wisconsin's pandemic prognosis

WQOW-TV
Dr. John Raymond
Dr. John Raymond on Vaccine Rollout in WI

SUNDAY, MARCH 7

WISN
Milwaukee Teachers continue getting COVID-19 vaccines at Wisconsin Center

TMJ 4
Medical College of Wisconsin, Children's Wisconsin team up to vaccinate educators, child care workers

February 28-March 6

SATURDAY, MARCH 6

Milwaukee Courier
Dr. Kristin Busse
Educators and Childcare Workers are Eligible for the Vaccine

WISN
Dr. John Raymond
UpFront: New Vaccine "Game Changer"

FRIDAY, MARCH 5

Milwaukee Magazine
Dr. Ben Weston
A Look Behind the Scenes at Milwaukee’s Pandemic Communications Response

Urban Milwaukee
Dr. Ben Weston
State Vaccine Hotline Up And Running

WISN
Dr. John Raymond
WISN 12 News at 6: Johnson & Johnson vaccine

CBS 58
Dr. Joyce Sanchez
Some COVID-19 patients should wait 90 days before getting the vaccine

THURSDAY, MARCH 4

Business Wire
New Multi-Sector Collaboration Aims to Build a Healthier Milwaukee

Urban Milwaukee
COVID-19 No Longer Declining in Milwaukee

Milwaukee Business Journal
Greater Milwaukee Foundation focuses on 'a Milwaukee for all'

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 3

FOX 6
3 Milwaukee clinics to offer 17k vaccines to teachers by mid-March

CBS 58
A priority': New partnership aims to get educators in Milwaukee vaccinated in next two weeks

WTMJ-AM
Dr. John Raymond
Wisconsin's Morning News: Herd immunity

WUWM
City of Milwaukee Plans to Complete Educator Vaccinations by March 15

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Employees, students at Children's Wisconsin and Medical College of Wisconsin step up to deliver vaccines to Milwaukee educators

WTMJ-AM
Teachers, childcare workers to be focus of new Milwaukee & Children's Hospital vaccination partnership

CBS 58
CBS 58 News at Noon: Vaccine partnership with Children’s Wisconsin, MCW and City of Milwaukee

FOX 6
Milwaukee announced new community vaccination sites designed to get educators vaccinated

FOX 6
DHS: 539 new positive cases of COVID-19 in WI; 18 new deaths

TMJ 4
TMJ4 News at 4:00: Vaccine partnership with Children’s Wisconsin, MCW and City of Milwaukee

Urban Milwaukee
City Aims to Vaccinate Every Educator in Two Weeks

TMJ 4
New partnership in Milwaukee zeroes in on vaccinating educators and child care workers

MedPage Today
Dr. Joyce Sanchez
Op-Ed: When Is It Safe (and Ethical) to Travel Again?

Ophthalmology Times
Dr. Judy Kim
Do you 'need' or just 'want' that new diagnostic imaging device?

Urban Milwaukee
Greg Wesley
The United Performing Arts Fun Announces $11,300,000 Fundraising Target for 2021 Community Campaign

TUESDAY, MARCH 2

FOX 6
Dr. Ben Weston
Brewers' COVID-19 plans continue, MHD adds compliance staff

Urban Milwaukee
Dr. Ben Weston
8.7% of state now fully vaccinated

WTMJ-AM
Dr. John Raymond
Milwaukee Health and Economy Briefing for March 2, 2021

FOX 6
Dr. Jonathan Truwit
Health systems prioritize patients as demand for vaccine tops supply

MONDAY, MARCH 1

TMJ 4
Dr. Ben Weston
Coronavirus Wisconsin doctors weigh in on Johnson & Johnson vaccine

RSNA Link
Dr. Stacy O’Connor
Artificial Intelligence Aids Efficiency in Care for COVID and Beyond

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 28

FOX 6
Dr. John Raymond
FOX 6 News at 9: Johnson and Johnson vaccine

February 21-27

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 27

WTMJ-AM
Dr. John Raymond
WTMJAM Q&A with Dr. John Raymond

TMJ 4
Dr. Ben Weston
FDA give emergency use authorization to Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine, Wisconsin Doctors weigh-in on importance of third vaccine

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 26

Pharmacy Times
Carolyn J. Oxencis
The Role of Telehealth in Oncology Pharmacy Is Increasingly Important

Urban Milwaukee
MKE County: COVID-19 Declining to Summer Levels

CBS 58
Dr. Njeri Wainaina
Doctors say once you're eligible, get the first COVID-19 vaccine available to you

Philanthropy News Digest
Community Foundation Update

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 25

Spectrum News 1
Dr. Alicia Pilarski and Dr. Timothy Klatt
Caring For The Carers: Peer Support Group Lets Health Workers Lean On Each Other

Spectrum News 1
Dr. Laura Cassidy
Your Morning News on Spectrum News 1: Returning to school, and other COVID vaccine topics

CBS 58
Dr. Ben Weston
Study show previously infected people may only need one COVID-19 vaccine dose

WTMJ-AM
Dr. John Raymond
Dr. Raymond: Vaccine effectiveness should not be deterrent when considering shot

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Dr. Ben Weston
Some Milwaukee-area employers are bringing workers back to the office, but many will wait and see

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 24

Wisconsin Public Radio
Dr. Laura Cassidy
More Schools Are Returning To In-Person Learning. How Do You Decide To Send Your Child Back?

Medscape
Dr. Michael McCrea
New Data May Help Intercept Head Injuries in College Football

Lawrence University
Dr. John Raymond
Lawrence's pandemic response has kept campus safe in midst of chaos elsewhere

CBS 58
Dr. Sid Singh
This is a game changer': Wisconsin doctors expect FDA approval for Johnson & Johnson vaccine soon

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 23

BizTimes Milwaukee
Sixteenth Street opens new behavioral health clinic on Milwaukee's south side

WTMJ-AM
Dr. John Raymond
Milwaukee’s Health and Economy Briefing

MONDAY, FEBRUARY 22

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Dr. Jennifer McIntosh
Pregnant women face personal decision on whether to get COVID-19 vaccine

CBS 58
Non-coronavirus patients at Froedtert can now have two visitors

BusinessWire
Dr. Christina Runge
Frequency Therapeutics Announces Publication of Phase 1/2 Data Showing Hearing Improvements in Acquired Sensorineural Hearing Loss Patients Receiving FX-322

BizTimes Milwaukee
Notable Minority Executives: Kendra Whitlock Ingram

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 21

WISN
Bucks allow 1,800 fans into Sunday game, most in attendance since pandemic began

February 14-20

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 20

Urban Milwaukee
Dr. Ben Weston
MKE County: COVID-19 Continues to Decline

Urban Milwaukee
Greg Wesley
ThriveOn King Aims to Transform North Side

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19

WUWM-FM
Dr. Ben Weston
Teacher Vaccinations Could Begin March 1, But Greenfield Health Official Worries About Supply

MKE Lifestyle
Dr. Laura Cassidy
Following the Herd

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 18

FOX 6
Dessie Levy
FOX 6 News: President Biden’s Milwaukee Town Hall

Milwaukee Business Journal
Sixteenth Street health centers opens behavioral health clinic as pandemic drives demand

OnMilwaukee
Where to get a COVID-19 vaccine in the Milwaukee area

WDJT-TV
Dr. Ben Weston
Pandemic could last longer if new variants begin to escape vaccine-induced immunity

Spectrum News 1
Dr. Staci Young
Your Morning News on Spectrum News 1: Racial disparities in vaccine distribution

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 17

WTMJ-AM
Dr. John Raymond
WTMJ-AM News: Vaccine boosters

WDJT-TV
Dr. Ben Weston
CBS 58 Morning News: Dr. Weston to answer vaccine questions on Facebook Live

WHBL-AM
Dr. John Raymond and Dr. Ben Weston
WHBL Coronavirus News

WUWM
Dr. Jesse Ehrenfeld
Doctor Who Advocated for Transgender Military Rights Now Works to Make Wisconsin More Inclusive

Urban Milwaukee
Dr. Ben Weston
State Passes 1 Million Vaccine Doses Administered

WDJT-TV
Dr. Mary Beth Graham
Study finds seven COVID-19 variants originating in US with the same mutation

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 16

Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service
Greg Wesley
A community gem for many, many years to come’: How ThriveOn Collaboration plans to transform North Side

Herald Times Reporter
Dr. Mary Beth Graham
To combat COVID, should you double mask? Wear a KN95? What about KF94 masks? Froedtert expert has the answers.

WTMJ-AM
Dr. John Raymond
Health and Economy Briefing

WDJT-TV
The lifeblood of our game': Milwaukee Bucks to welcome some fans back to Fiserv Forum

Milwaukee Magazine
What you need to know about fans returning to Fiserv Forum

NBA
Milwaukee Bucks to Allow Limited Fans to Attend Games at Fiserv Forum Beginning Tonight

MONDAY, FEBRUARY 15

Carvd ‘N Stone
Dr. Joyce Sanchez
Medical College of Wisconsin Provides Advice to Slow the Spread of the Virus

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Dr. Mary Beth Graham
Flu having little impact in Wisconsin and across the country

Spectrum News 1
Dr. Joyce Sanchez
COVID Questions: How long does immunity last after an infection?

February 7-13

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 13

TMJ 4
TMJ4 News Today: COVID-19 Effect on Heart Patients

OnMilwaukee
Dr. Mary Beth Graham
How COVID-19 has helped dramatically decrease the number of influenza cases

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 12

Daily Bruin
MCW student Sophia Neman
UCLA-led study offers dual strategy to reduce COVID-19 spread, sustain economy

Urban Milwaukee
Dr. Jon Lehrmann
Medical College of Wisconsin Applauds Mental Health Investments

Urban Milwaukee
MKE County: New COVID-19 Cases Declining

Racine Journal Times
The doctor will see you now, from home: Local nonprofit medical clinic can now see low-income patients virtually

The Truth 101.7
Dr. Ivor Benjamin and Dr. Camille Garrison
LISTEN: Understanding history of racial disparity and its impact on COVID-19 vaccine distribution

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 11

Wisconsin Health News
Dr. John Raymond
MCW CEO: COVID-19 trends still improving, still high

Spectrum News 1
Dr. John Raymond
Your Morning News on Spectrum News 1: Vaccination education

Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service
Dr. Mary Beth Graham
How COVID-19 has helped dramatically decrease the number of influenza cases

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 10

Wisconsin Public Radio
Wisconsin Opening First Community-Based Vaccine Clinic in Rock County

Urban Milwaukee
Dr. Ben Weston
Clerk Urge Vaccines for Election Workers

WTMJ-AM
Dr. John Raymond
Wisconsin's Morning News: Vaccination demand

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 9

Sports Medicine Weekly Podcast & Blog
Dr. Michael McCrea
Football Practices Pose More Concussion Risk Than Games, Study Suggests

WTMJ-AM
Dr. John Raymond
MKE Summer Activities during COVID

Milwaukee Business Journal
Dr. John Raymond
Wisconsin's progress on pandemic may be stalling; vaccines are best antidote: Dr. Raymond

WTMJ-AM
Dr. John Raymond
Wisconsin's Afternoon News: Post-pandemic “normal”

WTMJ-AM
Dr. John Raymond
Health and Economy Briefing Part 1
Health and Economy Briefing Part 2

Green Bay Spectrum News
Dr. Joyce Sanchez
COVID Questions: Can I Get Infected After My Vaccine?

Wheeler Report
The Fight's Not Over Yet

Planoprofile.com
Dr. Joyce Sanchez
Dating During the COVID-19 Pandemic

TMJ 4
Dr. Ze Zheng
The Rebound: Cutting-edge research may have found COVID heart-related issue in certain patients

WTMJ-AM
Dr. John Raymond
WTMJAM Business Headlines

MoneyTalks News
7 Conditions that Increase your Risk for Severe COVID-19

MONDAY, FEBRUARY 8

Milwaukee Business Journal
Dr. John Raymond
Marcus Theatres may assist with vaccine distribution

OnMilwaukee.com
Business owners tackle air quality issues to prepare for post-pandemic reality

Urban Milwaukee
Dr. Ben Weston
Wisconsin 8th in Nation in Vaccines Used

TMJ 4
Local artists team up with Medical College of Wisconsin to educate communities about COVID-19

WDJT-TV
Dr. Ben Weston
Survey says 1 in 4 people will stop wearing masks after getting COVID-19 vaccine

January 31-February 6

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 6

Urban Milwaukee
Dr. Ben Weston
Giving Schools a Shot in the Arm

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5

Milwaukee Courier
Dr. Roland Patillo
COVID-19 Vaccine: An International Triumph

Milwaukee Courier
Dr. John Raymond
Face Masks Save Lives

Racine Journal Times
Future of statewide mask requirement unclear, but no new mandates expected in Racine County

Tomahawk Leader
Evers issues new emergency, mask orders after GOP-controlled State Legislature's repeal

DrugTopics.com
Dr. Karen MacKinnon
Pharmacy Students Administer COVID-19 Vaccines

WDBJ (Roanoke, Virginia)
Dr. Ben Weston
Evers Mask Mandate
Dozens of similar broadcast stories syndicated across the country

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 4

CBS 58
Dr. Julie Biller
Lost in the fog': COVID survivors face hurdles

Urban Milwaukee
COVID-19 Transmission Ticks Up in Milwaukee

South Milwaukee Blog
Can We Stop Playing Pandemic Politics? Please?

WTMJ-AM
Dr. John Raymond
WI Afternoon News – WI Mask Mandate Repeal

OnMilwaukee.com
After Assembly axes statewide mask mandate, Gov. Evers announces new one

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 3

WTMJ-AM
Dr. John Raymond
WI's Morning News: double masking

Kenosha News
Dr. Zeno Franco
WATCH NOW: #MaskUpRacine launched | Teen has made 10,000 masks as she encourages her peers to #MaskUp

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Mr. B's - A Bartolotta Steakhouse to reopen Feb. 4 under "stringent" health and safety guidelines

Urban Milwaukee
Dr. Ben Weston
Nearly 2% of State Population Vaccinated

OnMilwaukee.com
Where to get a COVID-19 vaccine in the Milwaukee area

Milwaukee Business Journal
As city guidelines ease, Milwaukee performing arts organizations look forward to live shows

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 2

HealthDay
Dr. Michael McCrea
Concussions More Likely in Practice Than Play for College Football Players

U.S. News & World Report
Dr. Michael McCrea
Concussions More Likely in Practice Than Play for College Football Players

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
A Menomonee Falls entertainer is planning to create a video about his suicide attempt 'to continue the conversation'

Milwaukee Business Journal
Milwaukee Rep plans normal 2021-22 season despite disruptions: Q&A with Chad Bauman

WTMJ-AM
Dr. John Raymond
Health & Economy Briefing with Dr. John Raymond (Part 1)
Health & Economy Briefing with Dr. John Raymond (Part 2)

CBS 58
Dr. Laura Cassidy
Doctors say there’s virtually no widespread influenza because of COVID-19 precautions

NCBI
Relationship between physical and mental health comorbidities and COVID-19 positivity, hospitalization, and mortality.

MONDAY, FEBRUARY 1

Modern Healthcare
Dr. Nathan Ledeboer
Supply shortages also impacting non-COVID-19 lab testing

Urban Milwaukee
End mask mandate could hurt businesses

Wisconsin Patch
Why Abolishing The State Mask Mandate Could Be Bad For Business

UW-Green Bay News
Video COVID-19 Why it Matters: Part 17, Vaccine myths vs. reality

WKOW-TV
50+ state organizations now registered against ending mask order

ASHP
Dr. George MacKinnon
Pharmacy Students Embrace Opportunity to Play Crucial Rule in Mass COVID-19 Immunization Efforts

WisBusiness.com
Dr. Michael McCrea
Medical College of Wisconsin: Altering preseason and practice protocols may reduce concussions in college football players

Sports Illustrated
Dr. Michael McCrea
Most Concussions Come From Practice, Not Games, an NCAA Study Found

United Press International
Dr. Michael McCrea
Half of college football concussions sustained in preseason

MedPage Today
Dr. Michael McCrea
Most College Football Head Impacts Occur in Practice, not Games

FOX 14
Dr. Michael McCrea
MCW Research on Football Concussions
Syndicated on 90+ other outlets nationwide

The New York Times
Dr. Michael McCrea
Football Practices Pose More Concussion Risk Than Games, Study Suggests

January 24-30

FRIDAY, JANUARY 29

WUWM-FM
Dr. Ben Weston
WUWM-FM Dr. Ben Weston

WPR
Dr. Christopher Davis
Medical Field Split On Whether Double-Masking Is Necessary

WUWM
Dr. Ben Weston
Wisconsin Demand For COVID-19 Vaccine 'Four Times Higher Than The Supply' Says Health Official

Wisconsin Rapids Tribune
These groups want the mask mandate to remain in Wisconsin

Wisconsin Watch
Dr. Christopher Davis
Johnson & Johnson’s single-shot vaccine said to be effective, but virus mutations offer challenge — 1/29/21

WSAW
Sheng Kang
New program begins to support rural and Hmong students looking to become physicians

CBS 58
Dr. Julie Biller
Doctors say people who had mild COVID-19 symptoms could end up being a ‘COVID-19 long-hauler'

Milwaukee Courier
Dr. Carlos Figueroa-Castro
Caring for Yourself and Someone at Home With COVID-19

THURSDAY, JANUARY 28

WUWM
Dr. Julie Biller
For Milwaukee-Area 'Long Haulers,' The Hope Is To Ease Post-COVID-19 Symptoms

CBS 58
Dr. Ben Weston
COVID-19 variant from South Africa now in the U.S., leaving area doctors concerned

Wisconsin Health News
MCW Pharmacy Program Gains Accreditation, Social Determinants Effort Moves Forward

Urban Milwaukee
Dr. John Mantsch
Medical College of Wisconsin Names Chair of Department of Pharmacology and Toxicology

MD Alert
Dr. Dave Lal
Neutropenic appendicitis outcomes better with upfront surgery than observation

Rehab Management
Dr. Jeannette Vasquez Vivar
NIH Grants Wayne State $6M for Cerebral Palsy Research

KCRW
Medical student Alison Benda
CDC says schools might be able to reopen, but LAUSD sees no end in sight for virtual learning

Racine County Eye
Opinion: Take the mask mandate off the table

The Economic Times News
Dr. Aaron Morgan
Studies suggest that the real culprit behind facial ageing is loss of fat

Wisconsin Public Radio
Wisconsin Legislature Hits Pause On Repealing Statewide Mask Mandate

Milwaukee Times
Greg Wesley
Construction nears on GMF-MCW-Royal Capital site, introduced as ThriveOn King Drive

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 27

Physics Today
Acacia Dishman and Dr. Brian Volkman
Evolutionary insights into shape-shifting proteins

PR Newswire
Kohl's & American Cancer Society Partner With Hospitals, Clinics To Address Transportation Needs Of Cancer Patients

Spanish Journal Network
Dr. John Raymond
WI: Mayores de 65 años son los siguientes en la fila para recibir la vacuna

Wisconsin Patch
Mask Requirements and COVID-Relief Compromise Lose in the Legislature

UW-Green Bay News
Video COVID-19 Why it Matters: Part 16, Will the vaccine protect against new variants?

WUWM News
Wisconsin Announces Next Groups Eligible for Coronavirus Vaccine, Possibly by March 1

The Academic Times
Dr. Michael McCrea
Student-athletes show concussion symptoms — without having had one

Courthouse News Services
Wisconsin Senate Votes to Repeal Governor's Coronavirus Emergency, Mask Mandate

WFRV-TV
Pharmacy student Payeng Lor
Pharmacy students help with COVID-19 vaccination effort

CBS 58
Dr. Jennifer McIntosh
Doctors discuss COVID-19 vaccine for pregnant women

Urban Milwaukee
Former Gimbels Will Be “Thrive On King”

TUESDAY, JANUARY 26

Greater Milwaukee Today
Older adults eligible for COVID vaccine, but supply is limited

American Association for Cancer Research
Dr. Alan Nyitray
AACR Conference Examines Cancer Disparities in the LGBTQ Population

WUWM
Milwaukee-Area COVID-19 Vaccinations Begin For Some 65 And Over, Others Have To Wait

WTMJ-AM
Dr. George MacKinnon
Dr. George MacKinnon, Dean of the School of Pharmacy at the Medical College of Wisconsin, on the coronavirus vaccine

Wisconsin Public Radio
GOP Senators to Vote on Repealing Wisconsin's Mask Mandate

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Dr. John Raymond
$100 million conversion of historic former King Drive Schuster's into offices, apartments gets new name: ThriveOn King

BizTimes Milwaukee
Dr. John Raymond
Construction to begin this spring on $100 million ThriveOn King project

Milwaukee Business Journal
Dr. John Raymond
Herb Kohl charity provides $1M for endowed chair at newly named ThriveOn King facility

Urban Milwaukee
Dr. John Raymond
Eyes on Milwaukee: Former Gimbels Will Be "Thrive on King"

Urban Milwaukee
Senate Republicans set to pass resolution making Wisconsinites less safe, less secure, and less prosperous

WTMJ-AM
Dr. John Raymond
Milwaukee Health and Economy Briefing: ‘We’re in a marathon not a sprint’ on vaccine administration

WITI-TV
WI Mask Mandate

Urban Milwaukee
State Announces Next Phase of Vaccines

Wisconsin Public Radio
GOP Senators to Vote on Repealing Wisconsin's Mask Mandate

Courthouse News Service
Wisconsin Senate Votes to Repeal Governor's Coronavirus Emergency, Mask Mandate

Urban Milwaukee
Senate Votes to Kill Mask Mandate

OnMilwaukee.com
Wisconsin Senate Votes to end Statewide Mask Mandate, MKE's still in effect

Superior Telegram
GOP State Senators Vote to Repeal Wisconsin's mask mandate

CBS 58
Dr. Ben Weston
Area doctors concerned over emerging variants, some with ability to avoid COVID-19 antibodies

WTMJ-AM
Dr. John Raymond
WTMJ News: New vaccines

MONDAY, JANUARY 25

Wheeler Report
Waukesha County and area healthcare systems coordinate vaccination of residents 65 and older, priority groups.

WITI-TV
Waukesha County coordinates COVID-19 vaccinations of residents 65+

Modern Healthcare
Dr. Joseph Kerschner
The Check Up: Dr. Joseph Kerschner of the Medical College of Wisconsin

BizTimes Milwaukee
Dr. Joseph Kerschner
Medical College of Wisconsin sees so-called ‘Fauci effect’ application bump

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Froedtert-MCW expects 15,000 patients 65 and over to be scheduled for COVID vaccine appointments by tonight

Kenosha News
Vaccine rolls out to those 65 and older, but demand exceeds supply

TMJ 4
COVID-19 vaccinations begin for Wisconsin residents 65 and older

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Ecstatic': Demand, excitement high on first day all residents 65-plus eligible for vaccine

SUNDAY, JANUARY 24

WUWM
Dr. Bill Raasch
Monday on Lake Effect: Brewing Company Super PAC, At-Home COVID-19 Testing, Hank Aaron, Packers Song

January 17-23

SATURDAY, JANUARY 23

Milwaukee Courier
Dr. Camille Garrison
Getting Healthy is Always Important. But in 2021, it Could Save Your Life

WTMJ-AM
Dr. John Raymond
The Previant Legal Line Show - Dr. John Raymond and Vaccine information

BlackDoctor.org
Dr. Lana Mucalo
How COVID-19 uniquely affects sickle cell patients

FRIDAY, JANUARY 22

Milwaukee Business Journal
Dr. John Raymond
Pandemic tested Wisconsin's health systems, made them stronger

Milwaukee Business Journal
Dr. John Raymond
Covid-19 hurt health system finances, but impact is waning for 2021

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee health systems, community health centers will contact patients about getting COVID vaccine

Greater Milwaukee Today
Dr. Ivor Benjamin
The Silent Killer

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
What patients should know about getting the vaccine from Milwaukee hospitals, doctors

Superior Telegram
Dr. Arthur Derse
Vaccine panel proposes giving educators, child care workers higher priority for shots

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee health systems, community health centers say they'll contact their patients about getting COVID vaccine

THURSDAY, JANUARY 21

Urban Milwaukee
MKE County: COVID-19 Being Suppressed Countywide

WISN Milwaukee
Dr. Silvia Munoz-Price
Vaccine advisory committee prioritizes school, day care staffs over other essential workers

WSAW
SDMAC recommends to prioritize educators and childcare providers in phase 1B of COVID-19 vaccine rollout

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
What patients need to know about getting the COVID vaccine from Milwaukee health systems and community health centers

CBS 58
How pharmacies and hospital groups are preparing to vaccinate those 65+ in Wisconsin

Wisconsin Public Radio
Dr. Arthur Derse
Vaccine Panel Proposes Giving Educators, Child Care Workers Higher Priority For Shots

WUWM
Dr. Carlos Figueroa-Castro
Milwaukee Infectious Disease Expert Says Vaccine Does Not Mean The End Of Masks Or Social Distancing

WUWM
Dr. John Raymond
Medical College Of Wisconsin CEO Hopes Biden Will Be More Transparent About COVID-19

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 20

WisBusiness.com
Dr. John Raymond
Adults over age 65 eligible for COVID-19 shot next week; Evers extends mask mandate

WUWM
Dr. John Raymond
Everyone 65 And Older Next In Line For Vaccine In Wisconsin

Wisconsin Health News
Dr. John Raymond
MCW CEO: Vaccine rollout in Wisconsin going ‘fine,’ despite challenges

BizTimes
How Wisconsinites 65 years and older can access the COVID-19 vaccine

Urban Milwaukee
Dr. Ben Weston
State Expands Eligibility for Vaccination

WTMJ-AM
Dr. John Raymond
WI Vaccine Distribution

TUESDAY, JANUARY 19

LaCrosse Tribune
Meetings to discuss COVID-19 impact on students

WJFW
Dr. Lisa Dodson
Medical college adapts curriculum during pandemic

Urban Milwaukee
Dr. Ben Weston
How To Get a COVID-19 Vaccine If You’re 65 Or Older in Milwaukee

WTMJ-AM
Dr. John Raymond
Milwaukee Health and Economy Briefing: ‘There are many logistical challenges to ramping up’ vaccine administration

MONDAY, JANUARY 18

CBS 58
Dr. Laura Cassidy
Milwaukee securing thousands more COVID-19 vaccines in the coming weeks as new strain emerges

Campus Safety Magazine
COVID-19 Vaccine Security Mix-Up Prompts Alerts at Wisconsin Hospitals

SUNDAY, JANUARY 17

FOX 6
Dr. Ben Weston
COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution and General Restrictions

FOX 6
Dr. John Raymond
DHS, GOP point fingers over COVID-19 vaccine rollout in Wisconsin


January 10-16

FRIDAY, JANUARY 15

WisBusiness.com
FRI AM News: Locast local TV streaming service launches in Madison; ‘WisBusiness: The Podcast’ features DWD Secretary Amy Pechacek

Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service
Dr. Camille Garrison
Getting healthy is always important. But in 2021, it could save your life.

Science Magazine
Elizabeth Suelzer
Many scientists citing two scandalous COVID-19 papers ignore their retractions

Urban Milwaukee
COVID-19 Upward Trend Continues

Stevens Point Journal
Dr. John Raymond
COVID-19 vaccine rollout is underway in Stevens Point. Here's what you need to know.

WHBY-AM
Dr. Ben Weston
WHBY-AM Dr. Ben Weston Interview on COVID-19 and the Vaccine

Milwaukee Business Journal
Greg Wesley
Meet the 2021 40 Under 40 Hall of Fame inductees

The Daily News
Dr. John Raymond
Wisconsin vaccine pace questioned

Milwaukee Business Journal
Mayor Barrett tabs Ozaukee-Washington counties' Kirsten Johnson for Milwaukee health commissioner

WUWM
Dr. Ben Weston
COVID-19 Testing Is Lower Than Expected As Cases Climb, According To Milwaukee County Officials

PBS Wisconsin
Dr. Zeno Franco and Dr. Katinka Hooyer
New Approaches to Address COVID Racial Health Disparities

THURSDAY, JANUARY 14

Milwaukee Business Journal
Dr. John Raymond
Wisconsin Covid-19 vaccine rollout started slow, but health care systems praise progress in recent weeks

Milwaukee Business Journal
Dr. John Raymond
Advocate Aurora hired third-party expert on vaccine security after Grafton incident, CEO said

Wisconsin Public Radio
Dr. John Raymond
It's Unacceptable': GOP Lawmakers Criticize Wisconsin COVID-19 Vaccine Rollout

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Dr. John Raymond
65 and older could be in next phase of COVID-19

Urban Milwaukee
Dr. John Raymond
GOP Legislators Criticize State's Vaccine Rollout

CBS 58
Dr. John Raymond
Republican lawmakers say Wisconsin's vaccine rollout is slow, 'unacceptable'

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Dr. Ben Weston
More than 26,000 people in Wisconsin have received both doses of COVID-19 vaccine; Dane, Milwaukee counties lead in shots so far
New website launches in Milwaukee to connect those eligible for COVID-19 vaccinations to providers

CBS 58
Dr. George MacKinnon
Medical College of Wisconsin offers vaccinations to non-affiliated health care workers
CBS News on MCW Vaccine Hub

Spectrum News 1
Dr. George MacKinnon
Spectrum New 1 COVID Vaccine Rollout in WI

Milwaukee Business Journal
Dr. Kajua Lor
Meet fourth group of Milwaukee Business Journal's 2021 40 Under 40 winners

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 13

WTMJ-AM
Dr. John Raymond
WI Vaccine Distribution

TMJ 4
Dr. John Raymond
MCW Vaccine Hub

WISN-AM
MCW Vaccine Hub

WisBusiness.com
Dr. Silvia Munoz-Price
WED AM News: WEDC optimistic about Foxconn deal; Evers calls for UI system overhaul, $200 million investment in broadband

WTMJ-AM
Dr. John Raymond
UK strain of Covid 19 detected in Wisconsin

TUESDAY, JANUARY 12

WUWM-FM
Dr. Stephen Hargarten
Highway Safety Affecting Hospitals Dealing with Covid

Milwaukee Business Journal
Dr. John Raymond
Vaccine's arrival doesn't mean near-term return to normal at work, group activities: Dr. Raymond

WTMJ-AM
Dr. John Raymond
Community Q&A with Dr. John Raymond

CBS 58
Dr. Ben Weston
Feds call for expanded vaccine eligibility to speed up rollout, Wisconsin reviewing next steps

WTMJ-AM
Dr. John Raymond
Vaccine Distribution

Urban Milwaukee
Dr. Ben Weston
State Prepares for Next Phase of Vaccines

WTMJ-AM
Dr. John Raymond
Milwaukee Health and Economy Briefing: ‘I don’t think that we’re behind’ on administering COVID-19 vaccines

CBS 58
Dr. Ben Weston
Moderna says COVID-19 vaccine protection expected to last at least a year

TMJ 4
Dr. John Raymond
Coronavirus Medical College of Wisconsin to become 2nd area vaccination hub

MONDAY, JANUARY 11

WisBusiness.com
Dr. Cecelia Hillard
MON AM News: Mink farmers, elderly, first responders, teachers, prison workers among those potentially next in line for COVID-19 shots

Milwaukee Business Journal
Dr. Ben Weston
Meet first group of Milwaukee Business Journal's 2021 40 Under 40 winners

Milwaukee Business Journal
Dr. John Raymond
Dr. Raymond: Covid-19 hospitalization trends look good but may hit roadblock

June 6-12

THURSDAY, JUNE 10

Wisconsin Health News
Dr. John Raymond
MCW CEO: Key metric indicates ‘collapse’ of COVID-19 spread in Wisconsin

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 9

ASCO Post
Dr. William Bradley
William Bradley on Ovarian Cancer 5-Year Follow-up on Maintenance Olaparib

WisBusiness
Dr. John Raymond
WED AM News: Milwaukee lacking resources to grow tech sector, employer says; Menominee Indian Tribe of Wisconsin getting $1.5 million in CARES funds

WUWM
Mara Lord
Vaccine Rates Below National Average In Milwaukee

CBS 58
Dr. Ben Weston
What the new Delta coronavirus variant could mean for Milwaukee area's reopening

TUESDAY, JUNE 8

Work Comp Central
Moore: A Non-Opioid Treatment for Chronic Pain

Urban Milwaukee
Drug Overdose Effort Wins Federal Grant

WTMJ-AM
Dr. John Raymond
Increase in state tax revenue, new COVID strains

Milwaukee Business Journal
Dr. John Raymond
How Milwaukee Tool expects to make an impact on Milwaukee's economy

WTMJ-AM
Dr. John Raymond
Milwaukee Health and Economy Briefing: President Biden’s 4th of July COVID vaccine goal is possible

MONDAY, JUNE 7

USA Today
Sarah Farhan
Vaccination rates fall to new lows; UK may delay reopening as infections rise; Moderna shot coming soon for kids: Live COVID-19 updates

BizTimes
Mike Anderes
Q&A with Mike Anderes of Inception Health: Pandemic drove digital transformation in health care industry

News Colony
Dr. William Bradley
Drug Boosts Survival for Women With Advanced Ovarian Cancer

ABC 12
Dr. Joyce Sanchez
'If I had COVID-19, do I need a shot?' WISN 12 gets answers

January 3-9

SATURDAY, JANUARY 9

Spectrum News 1
Dr. Ben Weston
Milwaukee ER Doctor Details His COVID Vaccine Experience

OnMilwaukee
Dr. Joyce Sanchez
8 things you need to know about coronavirus vaccinations
Syndicated on Milwaukee Courier

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Dr. Nate Ledeboer
CDC study finds quick, cheap antigen tests used on most UW campuses have limits, but remain useful in broad COVID-19 effort
Syndicated on Wisconsin Rapids Tribune, Herald Times, Green Bay Press Gazette, Sheboygan Press

FRIDAY, JANUARY 8

Milwaukee Business Journal
Dr. David Margolis
Predicting top business story of 2021

Waukesha Freeman
Medical College, VA to mark MLK Day with talk on veteran health care needs

CBS 58
Dr. Ben Weston
Even with a COVID-19 vaccine rollout, both Wisconsin and the U.S. are reaching grim milestones

Bleacher Report UK
Packers' Aaron Rodgers Donates $500K to COVID-19 Small Business Relief Fund

FOX 6
Dr. Ben Weston
Dr. Ben Weston gets 2nd dose of COVID-19 vaccine

WISN
Dr. Ben Weston
Should COVID-19 vaccines be used for first doses before second?

THURSDAY, JANUARY 7

Milwaukee Business Journal
Robotic disinfection systems maker expands into new Waukesha HQ, anticipates double-digit hires

Spectrum News 1
Dr. Tara Merck
Your Morning News on Spectrum News 1: Vaccine development; allergic reactions

DrugTopics.com
Dr. George MacKinnon
Pharmacy in 2021: Trends to Transform an Evolving Profession

Urban Milwaukee
Resources for Families Coping with Violence

Urban Milwaukee
COVID-19 Spread Increasing Again

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 6

WTMJ-AM
Dr. John Raymond
Wisconsin's Morning News: New strains of COVID-19

Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service
2020 was a deadly year in Milwaukee. Here are resources to keep you safe and our kids engaged.

Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service
8 things you need to know about coronavirus vaccinations

WisBusiness.com
Dr. Kevin Boggs
THU AM News: WEDC allocates $1.7M to nine regional groups, three chambers of commerce; State surpasses 5,000 COVID deaths

TUESDAY, JANUARY 5

Nebraska City News Press
Dr. Ivor Benjamin
Looking for a healthy heart to start 2021

WSAW
Focus group launched to improve programs for youth following pandemic

WTMJ-AM
Dr. John Raymond
Wisconsin's Afternoon News: Vaccine availability

WSAW-CBS
MCW research on teen thoughts on COVID

BizTimes Milwaukee
Following holiday slowdown, state will ‘ramp up’ vaccine administration, DHS says

MONDAY, JANUARY 4

Milwaukee Business Journal
Dr. John Raymond
Five things to watch for in health care for 2021

Spencer Evening News
Dr. Ivor Benjamin
Doctor's orders: Here's to a healthy 2021, with resolutions from heart doctors

FOX 6
Many WI frontline workers due for 2nd dose of COVID-19 vaccine

WTMJ-AM
Dr. John Raymond
Dennis Miller Show

December 27-January 2

SATURDAY, JANUARY 2

Spectrum News 1
Dr. Joseph Kerschner
Spectrum News 1 - More People Applying for Medical School

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 31

Spectrum News 1
Dr. Laura Cassidy
Your Morning News on Spectrum News 1: New strain of COVID-19, spread prevention, home test kits, vaccine

WUWM 89.7
Dr. Arthur Derse
COVID-19 Brought Wisconsin Medical Innovation, Reflection & Controversies In 2020

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 30

WTMJ-AM
Dr. John Raymond
WTMJ News: Vaccine distribution

Spectrum News 1
Dr. Joseph Kerschner
Your Morning News on Spectrum News 1: Medical school application surge; regional campuses

Milwaukee Business Journal
Dr. John Raymond
Post-pandemic, encouraging innovation and taking care of workers among advice from top Milwaukee-area execs

Spectrum News 1
Dr. Joyce Sanchez
365 Days of COVID-19: The Year In Pandemic Science

WTMJ-AM
Dr. John Raymond
WTMJ News: New strain of COVID-19

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 29

Health Daily
Dr. Ivor Benjamin
AHA News: Here's to a Healthy 2021, With Resolutions From Heart Doctors

Spectrum News 1
Dr. Joe Kerschner
As Nation Faces Long-Term Shortage of Doctors, Pandemic Focuses Interested Eyes on Medicine

WTMJ-AM
Dr. John Raymond
Wisconsin's Afternoon News pt. 1: Weekly health and economy briefing: new strain
Wisconsin's Afternoon News pt. 2: Physician shortage; med school interest surge

CBS 58
Dr. Ben Weston
'We need people to get tested': Milwaukee Co. leaders push COVID-19 testing after numbers drop around holiday

MONDAY, DECEMBER 28

Wisconsin Public Radio
'Stronger Together': Douglas County Partners Seek To Transform Mental Health Crisis Response

December 20-26

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 24

Spectrum News 1
Dr. Mary Beth Graham
Your Morning News on Spectrum News 1: New strain; vaccines; holiday travel & safety

FOX 6
Dr. Arthur Derse
Debate stirs over next phase of COVID-19 vaccine distribution

Arkansas News
Dr. Ivor Benjamin
Doctor's orders: Here's to a healthy 2021, with resolutions from heart doctors

TMJ 4
Local restaurant group donates meals to healthcare workers on Christmas Eve

CBS 58
Dr. Andrew Schramm
Experts discuss mental health during the holidays amid the pandemic

News Colony
Dr. Roy Silverstein
You asked, we're answering: Your top questions about COVID-19 and vaccines

Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service
Dr. Jesse Ehrenfeld
How one new program hopes to help kids who test positive for lead poisoning

Milwaukee Business Journal
Dr. John Raymond
'The impossible is possible' and other lessons that top Milwaukee-area execs learned during the pandemic

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 23

Milwaukee Business Journal
Dr. John Raymond
Pandemic walloped southeast Wisconsin health care systems in 2020: Year in Review

WUWM 89.7
Dr. Ben Weston
As COVID Vaccines Begin To Arrive, Milwaukee County Leaders Say Precautions Must Continue

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 22

WUWM-FM
Dr. John Raymond
Morning Edition: Vaccine briefing, manufacturing, frontline workers

WUWM-FM
Dr. John Raymond and Dr. Laura Cassidy
Wisconsin Health Officials Warn COVID-19 Vaccine Supply May Soon Trail Demand

WisBusiness.com
Dr. John Raymond and Dr. Laura Cassidy
Medical College of Wisconsin: Community briefing recap of COVID-19 vaccine

CBS 58
Dr. Ben Weston
Milwaukee County receives its first shipment of Moderna vaccines

WLUK-TV
Dr. John Raymond and Dr. Laura Cassidy
Good Day Wisconsin: Vaccine distribution, vaccine hesitancy

WTMJ-AM
Dr. John Raymond
Wisconsin's Afternoon News pt. 1: Weekly health and economy briefing: new strain, vaccine efficacy, distribution
Wisconsin's Afternoon News pt. 2: Weekly health and economy briefing: allergic reactions, transmission/infection

CBS 58
Dr. John Raymond, Dr. Laura Cassidy and Dr. Ben Weston
How state and health officials are keeping track of COVID-19 vaccines

WTMJ 620 AM
Dr. John Raymond
Milwaukee Health and Economy Briefing: Vaccines will be 'perfectly fine' to handle new COVID-19 strain

MONDAY, DECEMBER 21

Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service
Dr. John Raymond, Dr. Laura Cassidy and Dr. Ben Weston
The NNS coronavirus update for week of Dec. 21: Another vaccine wins approval; officials ask us to avoid gatherings

Wisconsin Public Radio
Dr. John Raymond
UW Epidemiologist: 'We're Not Out Of The Woods' With Holiday COVID-19 Spike

Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service
Dr. John Raymond and Dr. Laura Cassidy
5 things to do and know this week in Milwaukee: Dec. 21 to Dec. 26

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Dr. Zeno Franco
Coronavirus vaccinations are beginning in Wisconsin. Some people of color are skeptical.

CBS 58
Dr. John Raymond and Dr. Laura Cassidy
Area doctors say vaccines still effective against new coronavirus strains

FOX 6
Dr. John Raymond and Dr. Laura Cassidy
FOX 6 News at 9: Vaccines, distribution, vaccine hesitancy, equity

TMJ 4
Dr. John Raymond and Dr. Laura Cassidy
Front line essential workers next in line for COVID-19 vaccine

CBS 58
Dr. John Raymond and Dr. Laura Cassidy
CBS 58 News at 10pm: Vaccines, new strain

SUNDAY, DECEMBER 20

FOX 6
Dr. David Margolis
FOX 6 Wake-Up News at 7: Vaccine distribution and immunocompromised children

WISN 12
Dr. John Raymond
Doctor: COVID-19 'decelerating' in Wisconsin

WISN 12
Dr. John Raymond
UPFRONT recap: Congressman expects COVID-19 relief deal 'soon'

KTNV (ABC Las Vegas)
Dr. Mary Beth Graham
13 Action News at 6 pm Sunday: Vaccines

December 13-19

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 19

WISN 12
Dr. John Raymond and Dr. Laura Cassidy
12 News This Morning Saturday: Vaccine briefing

KDKA-AM
Dr. John Raymond
Weekend Magazine With Rob Pratte: Vaccine distribution

WTMJ-AM
Dr. John Raymond
WTMJ News: Vaccine distribution timeline

Spectrum News 1
Dr. John Raymond and Dr. Laura Cassidy
What General Vaccination May Look Like in Wisconsin

FOX 6
Dr. John Raymond and Dr. Laura Cassidy
Medical College of WI clears up COVID-19 myths, misconceptions

WBBM-AM
Dr. John Raymond
Traffic and Weather: Vaccine distribution

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 18

TMJ 4
Dr. Mary Beth Graham
TMJ4 News Today: Difference between Moderna and Pfizer vaccines

Isthmus
Dr. John Raymond and Dr. Laura Cassidy
Online: COVID-19 Community Briefing

Milwaukee Business Journal
Dr. John Raymond and Dr. Laura Cassidy
Key to achieving herd immunity is through vaccination, Dr. John Raymond says

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Dr. Ben Weston
'This is unacceptable': Evers, health officials say Wisconsin is receiving less COVID-19 vaccine that expected, ask feds for more

FOX 6
Dr. John Raymond and Dr. Laura Cassidy
FOX 6 News at 5: Vaccine briefing

TMJ 4
Dr. John Raymond and Dr. Laura Cassidy
TMJ4 News at 5: Vaccine briefing

WISN 12
Dr. John Raymond and Dr. Laura Cassidy
Doctors answer questions about COVID-19 vaccine

TMJ 4
Dr. John Raymond
Essential workers next in line for COVID-19 vaccinations, specifics yet to be finalized

CBS 7
$200,000 grant helps community health outreach initiative in Hmong and Hispanic communities in central Wis.

CBS 58
Dr. John Raymond and Dr. Laura Cassidy
Differences between Moderna and Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccines

CBS 7
Dr. Laura Cassidy
News 7 at 10: Vaccine briefing

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 17

Spectrum News 1
Dr. Terri deRoon-Cassini
Your Morning News on Spectrum News 1: Mental health and COVID

BizTimes
Greg Wesley
UPAF names 2021 campaign co-chairs

MedPage Today
Dr. Sherry-Ann Brown
Heart Radiation in NSCLC Tied to Higher Mortality Risk

TMJ 4
Live updates: Coronavirus vaccinations underway in Wisconsin

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 16

Wisconsin Health News
Dr. John Raymond
MCW CEO: Pandemic decelerating in Wisconsin

BizTimes
Dr. John Raymond
Notable Heroes in Health Care: MMAC and Medical College of Wisconsin

CBS Green Bay
Dr. George MacKinnon
Pharmacies recruit in anticipation of COVID-19 vaccine surge

Dairy Agenda Today
Dr. John Raymond
PDPW Announces Speakers for Weekly Dairy Signal

Urban Milwaukee
Dr. Laura Cassidy
Lowlands Group Launches “On the Go” Program Featuring Family-Style Dining and Snackable Boxes

Becker’s Hospital Review
Froedtert opens 2 hospitals

WTMJ-AM
Dr. John Raymond
WTMJ News

Urban Milwaukee
Greg Wesley
United Performing Arts Fund Names 2021 Campaign Co-Chairs

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 15

WTMJ-AM
Dr. John Raymond
Wisconsin's Morning News: Vaccine distribution

Wisconsin Public Radio
Dr. John Raymond
A Coronavirus Vaccine Is Here, But Precautions Still Necessary, Experts Say

U.S. News & World Report
Dr. Lana Mucalo
Sickle Cell Puts Black Patients at Higher Risk for Severe COVID

WUWM 89.7 FM
Dr. John Raymond
COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution Begins In Wisconsin, Health Care Workers First

Milwaukee Business Journal
Dr. John Raymond
3 theories why Covid-19 shows signs of 'decelerating' in Wisconsin from MCW's Dr. John Raymond

Wisconsin Watch
Dr. John Raymond
Experts: COVID-19 vaccine rollout offers hope, but precautions still needed - 12/15/20

WTMJ 620
Dr. John Raymond
Milwaukee Health and Economy Briefing: Booster shot critical when it comes to COVID-19 vaccination

Urban Milwaukee
Royal Capital Purchases Former Gimbels Complex

WISN
Dr. David Margolis
Giannis contract extension means millions for Milwaukee businesses, charities

Milwaukee Business Journal
Greg Wesley
Royal Capital closes deal for King Drive building which Greater Milwaukee Foundation, MCW will also occupy

MONDAY, DECEMBER 14

WISN-AM
WISN News Talk: Vaccine distribution

BizTimes
Dr. John Raymond
COVID-19 vaccine arrives in Wisconsin, health care workers to receive it this week

Lawrence University Blog
Dr. Ben Weston
Eight alumni, eight stories: Endurance, vision, and brilliance show the way

Milwaukee Business Journal
Dr. John Raymond
Despite first vaccine shipments, workplaces won't resume 'normal' any time soon: Experts

WISN
Dr. John Raymond
WISN 12 News: Vaccine distribution

BizTimes
Dr. Heidi Christianson
Notable Heroes in Health Care: Heidi Christianson

BizTimes
Dr. Dave Lal
Notable Heroes in Health Care: David Lal

BizTimes
Dr. Ian Martin
Notable Heroes in Health Care: Ian Martin

CBS 58
Dr. John Raymond
When can I get a COVID-19 vaccine?

SUNDAY, DECEMBER 13

December 6-12

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 12

Our Issues Milwaukee
Dr. Venshia McKinney-Whitson
Our Issues Milwaukee: Pregnancy and COVID

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11

Urban Milwaukee
Officials "Cautiously Optimistic" About Stabilizing Case Numbers

FOX 6
Dr. John Raymond
FOX 6 News at 10: Vaccine approval

TMJ 4
Dr. Ben Weston
COVID-19 vaccine distribution set to begin in Wisconsin

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 10

FOX 6
FOX 6 Wake-Up News at 4:30: Vaccine distribution
Dr. John Raymond

Milwaukee Business Journal
AN UNLIKELY HERO
Dr. John Raymond

Courier & Press
COLUMN: Indiana now worse than former 'epicenters'
Dr. John Raymond

Spectrum News 1
Your Morning News on Spectrum News 1: Vaccine updates
Dr. John Raymond

CBS 58
Kids in Milwaukee County's minority groups disproportionately affected by COVID-19 hospitalizations
Dr. Frank Zhu and Dr. Ben Weston

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 9

WTMJ-AM
WTMJ News: Vaccine manufacturing
Dr. John Raymond

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Opinion: Wisconsin's medical schools spark innovative approaches to improving statewide health
Dr. Joseph Kerschner

FOX 6
Wisconsin could play key role in COVID-19 vaccine distribution
Dr. John Raymond

Milwaukee Business Journal
United Way raises over $60 million in 2020 fundraising campaign
Dr. John Raymond

CBS 58
Doctors say more than 70-percent of people need to get COVID-19 vaccine for community protection
Dr. Laura Cassidy

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 8

WUWM 89.7
Home Care An Option For Some Wisconsin COVID-19 Patients
Dr. Zouyan Lu

WTMJ-AM
Wisconsin's Afternoon News pt. 1: Wisconsin rate of cases; vaccines
Wisconsin's Afternoon News pt. 2: Changing CDC guidelines; vaccines and transmission
Dr. John Raymond

AARP
Does Blood Type Play a Role in COVID-19 Risk?
Dr. Roy Silverstein

WisBusiness.com
Advancing a Healthier Wisconsin Endowment: Announces new board members
Dr. Jesse Ehrenfeld

MONDAY, DECEMBER 7

WISN 12
Doctors study COVID-19 impact on hearts of student-athletes
Dr. Kevin Walter

November 29-December 5

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5

Milwaukee Courier
Leaders of Wisconsin's Two Medical Schools Urge Everyone to Take Action During the COVID-19 Outbreak
Dr. Joseph Kerschner

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4

Healio
Sickle cell disease may increase risk for COVID-19 complications, death
Dr. Lana Mucalo

Urban Milwaukee
After Stabilizing, COVID-19 Could Be Rising
Dr. Ben Weston

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3

Spectrum News 1
Your Morning News on Spectrum News 1: Mental health and the holidays
Dr. David Cipriano

Lawrence University Blog
Lighting the Way With... Dr. Ben Weston: On the COVID-19 front lines
Dr. Ben Weston

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 1

News Colony
Q&A: How safe and effective are the vaccines being tested right now?
Dr. Roy Silverstein

FOX 6
Medical College joins research effort on new COVID-19 treatments

Milwaukee Business Journal
With Thanksgiving caveat, Dr. Raymond says pandemic in Wisconsin might be decelerating
Dr. John Raymond

TMJ 4
Medical College of Wisconsin joins effort to research treatment for COVID-19 patients

Urban Milwaukee
Leaders of Wisconsin's Two Medical Schools Urge Everyone to Take Action During the COVID-19 Outbreak
Dr. Joe Kerschner

WTMJ-AM
Wisconsin's Afternoon News pt. 1: Symptoms, comorbidities and severity, holiday travel, testing
Wisconsin's Afternoon News pt. 2: Vaccines, masks
Dr. John Raymond

CBS 58
New trial at Medical College of Wisconsin focuses on COVID-19 patients recovering at home
Dr. Zouyan Lu

WTMJ 620
'It's very promising for us:' First COVID-19 vaccine approval could come next week
Dr. John Raymond

FOX 6
FOX 6 News at 9: ACTIV-2 trial
Dr. Zouyan Lu

CBS 58
CBS 58 News at 10pm: Holidays, surge in cases
Dr. Ben Weston

TMJ 4
Pfizer COVID-19 vaccines reportedly at Pleasant Prairie site pending FDA approval
Dr. John Raymond

Wisconsin Health News
Leaders of Wisconsin's Two Medical Schools Urge Everyone to Take Action During the COVID-19 Outbreak
Dr. Joe Kerschner

Evansville Courier & Press
COVID: Indiana is doing worse than several former 'epicenters' - and Canada, too
Dr. John Raymond

WISN 12
12 News This Morning: ACTIV-2 trial

WTMJ-AM
Wisconsin's Morning News: Vaccines
Dr. John Raymond

WisBusiness.com
WED AM News: Wisconsin fatality rate
Dr. John Raymond

TMJ 4
TMJ4 News Today: Racial disparities and COVID
Dr. Silvia Muñoz-Price

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 30

WTMJ-AM
Thanksgiving travelers should get tested for Covid 19.
Dr. John Raymond
November 22-28

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 27

Milwaukee Courier
Nonprofit Seeks 60,000 Men to Help End Human Trafficking

WTMJ-AM
The key to staying on a diet this Thanksgiving: Moderation
Amy Kulwicki

Milwaukee Courier
Safety and Pregnancy During COVID-19
Dr. Camille Garrison

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 25

WTMJ-AM
Wisconsin's Morning News: Vaccines
Dr. John Raymond

FOX 6
FOX 6 Wake-Up News at 7: Holiday safety
Dr. Ben Weston

WUWM
Has Wisconsin's COVID-19 Surge Peaked?
Dr. John Raymond

Milwaukee Magazine
Here’s Where the COVID Numbers Stand Going Into Thanksgiving Weekend
Dr. John Raymond

WUWM
I Feel Fine' May Need To Be Redefined, Says Milwaukee County Doctor Ahead Of Thanksgiving
Dr. Ben Weston

Green Bay Gazette
Seven-day COVID-19 case average continues slight decline, but Thanksgiving gatherings likely to worsen Wisconsin's outbreak
Dr. John Raymond

Spectrum News 1
Wisconsin Doctor Warns Against Large Gatherings for Thanksgiving
Dr. John Raymond

Spectrum News 1
Your Morning News on Spectrum News 1: Holiday travel and safety
Dr. Joyce Sanchez

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 24

WISN
12 News at 5:00: Holiday safety; Wisconsin trends in cases; hospital capacity
Dr. John Raymond, Dr. Ben Weston

TMJ 4
TMJ4 News at 5: Holiday safety; Wisconsin trends in cases
Dr. John Raymond, Dr. Ben Weston

Spectrum News 1
Spectrum News 1 Evening News and Weather: Holiday safety
Dr. John Raymond

TMJ 4
State officials say next 3 days pivotal in COVID-19 battle
Dr. John Raymond

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Wisconsin reports more than 100 deaths from COVID-19 in one day for first time as health experts plead for residents to stay home
Dr. John Raymond

WUWM
Wisconsin State And Local Officials Take A Public Stand Against Human Trafficking

FOX 6
FOX 6 News at 10: Rapid antigen testing
Dr. Nathan Ledeboer

November 15-21

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 18

WTMJ-AM
Dr. John Raymond
Wisconsin's Morning News: Vaccines

WisBusiness.com
Dr. John Raymond
WED AM News: Urban development panel says Milwaukee is set up for success post COVID; Boosted Chews looks to stimulate interest in its caffeine product

TMJ 4
Dr. Andrew Schramm
TMJ4 News Today: Mental health, holidays, virtual schooling

TMJ 4
Dr. John Raymond
Wisconsin economy still faces COVID-19 threat as we wait on a vaccine

Wisconsin Public Radio
Dr. John Raymond
Wisconsin Sets Another Record For New COVID-19 Cases As Evers Plans To Extend Mask Mandate

WTMJ-AM
Dr. John Raymond
Wisconsin's Afternoon News: COVID with roommates/housemates

TMJ 4
Dr. John Raymond
TMJ4 News at 4:30: Vaccines

CBS 58
Dr. Jon Lehrmann
People who have had COVID-19 are more likely to develop mental illness within 3 months

CBS58
Dr. Ben Weston
'Time to buckle down': Milwaukee County health leader discusses safely celebrating the holidays during COVID-19

Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service
As drug overdose deaths soar, advocates fight uphill battle

WISN 12
Dr. Silvia Muñoz-Price
Doctors dispute claim patients can be COVID-19-immune for years

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 17

Spectrum News 1
Medical and graduate student Suma Samudrala
"My Life, My Story" Program Connects Health Professionals To Veterans

Milwaukee Business Journal
Dr. John Raymond
Vaccines could usher in improved business, social levels by spring, says Dr. Raymond

WTMJ-AM
Dr. John Raymond
Wisconsin's Afternoon News pt. 1: Weekly health and economy briefing: roommates/housemates and COVID, testing and quarantine
Wisconsin's Afternoon News pt. 2: Weekly health and economy briefing: Vaccines

AAMC
Dr. Joseph Kerschner
AAMC leaders challenge academic medicine: Do more, right now, to help the nation heal

Racine County Eye
Dr. Michael O. Frank
Wisconsin prepares plan for COVID-19 vaccines

WTMJ 620
Dr. John Raymond
Wisconsin sets daily high in COVID-19 deaths, medical experts confident in vaccine development

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 16

Practical Pain Management
COVID-19 Reinforces Racial Disparities in Healthcare

NewsColony
Dr. Roy Silverstein
Answering your questions about a vaccine

November 8-14

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 14

KELO-TV
Medical students experience medical school during the pandemic
First-year MCW resident Tej Mehta

Dentistry Today
Virtual Curriculum Program Earns National Award
Dr. Carolyn Brookes

WISN 12
12 News This Morning Saturday: Wisconsin surge in cases, hospital capacity
Dr. Ben Weston

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 13

Milwaukee Business Journal
Ehrenfeld much more than an ace anesthesiologist
Dr. Jesse Ehrenfeld

Infectious Disease Special Edition
COVID-19: Not Everyone Is in the Same Boat
Dr. Silvia Muñoz-Price

Shepherd Express
MCW's Syed Ahmed Partners with the Community to Address More than Symptoms
Dr. Syed Ahmed

WebMD
Is Blood Type a Risk Factor for COVID-19?
Dr. Roy Silverstein

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
'People in the community don't seem to care': Wisconsin hospitals' struggles with COVID surge isn't getting people to change behavior
Dr. Laura Cassidy

FOX6
Millions of COVID-19 vaccine doses may be ready this year
Dr. John Raymond

WTMJ-AM
WTMJ News: Vaccine
Dr. John Raymond

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 12

National Geographic
COVID-19 is surging. But Americans can still travel to these 75 countries
Dr. Joyce Sanchez

Urban Milwaukee
Op-Ed: We Health Care Workers Need Help
Dr. Brady McIntosh

WTMJ-AM –Weekly health and economy briefing
Wisconsin's Afternoon News pt. 1: Vaccines
Wisconsin's Afternoon News pt. 2: Hospital capacity
Dr. John Raymond

Urban Milwaukee
Spread of COVID-19 Accelerating
Dr. Ben Weston

FOX 6
Millions of COVID-19 vaccine doses may be ready this year
Dr. John Raymond

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 11

WTMJ-AM
Wisconsin's Afternoon News: Health and economy briefing: vaccine
Dr. John Raymond

WTMJ-AM
Wisconsin's Morning News: Vaccine
Dr. John Raymond

Milwaukee Business Journal
20 young professional, pandemic power brokers and 10 execs to watch: Slideshow
Dr. John Raymond

WUWM 89.7
'My Life, My Story' Initiative at Milwaukee VA Aims to Improve Patient Care Through Story-telling
Suma Samudrala, medical and graduate student

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 10

Spectrum News 1
Wisconsin Epidemiologist Expresses Optimism as COVID-19 Surges
Dr. Laura Cassidy

WUWM 89.7
UW System Offers Free Rapid COVID-19 Test, But Follow-Up May Be Needed
Dr. Nathan Ledeboer

CBS 58
Doctors urge people to approach holidays differently, avoid large gatherings this season
Dr. John Raymond

Milwaukee Magazine
Dr. Connie Kostelac, Mike Totoraitis
Milwaukee Just Broke Its Yearly Homicide Record. It’s Only November

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 9

WUWM 89.7
'It's Not One Or The Other' When It Comes To Following Coronavirus Health Guidelines
Dr. Laura Cassidy

Milwaukee Business Journal
See our first group of 2020 Milwaukee-area power brokers
Dr. Malika Siker

CBS 58
CBS 58 News at 4pm: Vaccine
Dr. John Raymond

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 8

Bozeman Daily Chronicle
Breaking out in prison: COVID-19 gaining traction in Montana correctional facilities
Dr. Laura Hawks

November 1-7

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 6

WUWM 89.7
Milwaukee County Sees 'Steepening Of The Curve' As COVID-19 Numbers Rise, Health Officials Say
Dr. Ben Weston

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 5

Spectrum News 1
Your Morning News on Spectrum News 1: Holiday season, "Rule of 6," vaccines
Dr. John Raymond

Urban Milwaukee
COVID-19 Deaths Increasing

UW-Green Bay News
Video: COVID-19 Why it Matters: Part 13, Fall Break... Protect Yourself and Others
Dr. Brian Merkel

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 4

WTMJ-AM
WTMJ News Improved fatality rate
Dr. John Raymond

WisBusiness.com
WED AM News: Abacus uses innovative digital tools to streamline portfolio; Evers allocates $10M in CARES money for nonprofits
Dr. Ben Weston

Wisconsin Health News
MCW Expert: Wisconsin's hospitals at risk of being overwhelmed if trends continue
Dr. Ben Weston

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 3

Patient Management HIT
COVID-19 Racial Health Disparities Signal Need for Policy Solutions

Milwaukee Business Journal
Covid-19 hospitalization spike challenges hospital capacity in Milwaukee, statewide: Dr. Weston
Dr. Ben Weston

Milwaukee Community Journal
Election Day safety tips from the Medical College of Wisconsin

Health Leaders
Blacks and Hispanics test positive for COVID over three times more than whites
Dr. Leonard Egede

WTMJ-AM
Wisconsin's Afternoon News pt. 1 Weekly briefing: voting safety; Wisconsin surge in cases; reporting
Wisconsin's Afternoon News pt. 2 Weekly briefing: improved fatality rate; vaccines
Dr. John Raymond

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 2

WJFW-TV
Medical College of Wisconsin offers Election Day safety tips

Wisconsin Public Radio
Treatments For COVID-19 Still Largely Unproven As Wisconsin Cases Climb
Dr. Mary Beth Graham

CBS 58
Pediatric sports doctor weighs in on youth sports in Wisconsin amid pandemic
Dr. Kevin Walter

October 25-31

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 28

Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service
Election 2020: How to safely cast your ballot Nov. 3
Dr. Bryan Johnston

WTMJ-AM
WTMJ News: Safe Voting
Dr. John Raymond

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 27

WisPolitics
Greater Milwaukee Foundation: Virtual On the Table MKE 2020 examined theme of Healing Justice
Dr. Zeno Franco and Dr. David Nelson

WTMJ 620
Evers urges self-imposed lockdown as cases hit new record
Dr. John Raymond

MONDAY, OCTOBER 26

FOX 6
Milwaukee Co. homicide numbers exceed all-time record of 174 set in 1993
Dr. Stephen Hargarten

October 18-24

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23

Wisconsin Public Radio
COVID-19 Cases Spiking In State's Indigenous Communities
Dr. Matthew Dellinger

TMJ 4
Flu vaccines

GM Today
The Puzzle of the Mind
Dr. Piero Antuono

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 22

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
American Indian COVID-19 numbers in Wisconsin stayed low until Sept. 1. 'Then all of a sudden, boom.'
Dr. Matthew Dellinger

Associated Press News
Coronavirus cases jump among Wisconsin's American Indians
Dr. Matthew Dellinger

Urban Milwaukee
More COVID-19 Cases and Hospitalizations in Milwaukee Now Than Ever Before

CBS 58
COVID-19 deaths and disease disproportionately affecting certain population groups in the area
Dr. Joyce Sanchez

Spectrum News 1
COVID-19 hospitalizations

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 21

WisBusiness.com
Colleges may never go 'back to normal'
Dr. John Raymond

WisBusiness.com
WED AM News: Colleges may never go 'back to normal'; Chambers urge Winnebago County to reject increasing health official powers
Dr. John Raymond

WUWM-FM
Wednesday on Lake Effect: Vaccine Liability, Prolonged Grief Disorder, Travel Guide Rick Steves
Dr. Joseph Goveas

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 20

WKOW
Gov. Evers gives update on federal funds used in response to pandemic

Milwaukee Business Journal
Dr. Raymond: Covid-19 surge in Wisconsin doesn't prove mask mandate's failure
Dr. John Raymond

WTMJ-AM
Wisconsin's Afternoon News pt. 1
Wisconsin's Afternoon News pt. 2
Dr. John Raymond

WisconsinWatch
Schools, families try to adapt as COVID-19 spreads in rural Wisconsin
Dr. John Raymond

CBS 58
Doctors ask people avoid having small indoor gatherings as holidays approach
Dr. John Raymond

WTMJ-AM
WTMJ News
Dr. John Raymond

MONDAY, OCTOBER 19

BioForward
Froedtert & Medical College of Wisconsin host flu shot drive-thru clinic

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
How to politely set boundaries concerning masks, parties and workers in your home during a pandemic
Dr. Frank Zhu

FOX 6
Mounting evidence ties blood type to COVID-19 risk, O may help, A may hurt
Dr. Parameswaran Hari

AAHC
AAHC Spotlight: COVID-19 Vaccines

Telemundo WI
Doctora contesta dudas de la vacuna contra la gripe
Dr. Silvia Muñoz-Price

The Campanil
Dating during a pandemic?
Dr. Joyce Sanchez

Managed Healthcare Executive
10 Emerging Industry Leaders: Jesse M. Ehrenfeld
Dr. Jesse Ehrenfeld

October 11-17

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 16

WTMJ-AM
Wisconsin's Afternoon News
Dr. John Raymond

TMJ 4
TMJ4 News Today

CBS 58
Oak Creek-Franklin, Sheboygan School Districts to return to remote learning

WisBusiness.com
Froedtert and Medical College of Wisconsin: Cancer Network receives 2020 Press Ganey Guardian of Excellence Award
Tina Curtis, Dr. Doug Rizzo

Urban Milwaukee
Rapid Increase of COVID-19 in Milwaukee

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15

Spectrum News 1
Your Morning News on Spectrum News 1
Dr. Laura Cassidy

FOX 6
Oak Creek-Franklin schools pivot to all-remote learning

Racine County Eye Noticias
El Dr. Figueroa nos habla de como podemos lidiar con el COVID-19
Dr. Carlos Figueroa Castro

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 14

CBS 58
Doctors say people should buckle down on COVID-19 measures to slow Wisconsin’s surge
Dr. Laura Cassidy

CBS 58
Milwaukee County officials offer an update on COVID-19, flu shots
Dr. Ben Weston

WTMJ-AM
Wisconsin's Morning News
Dr. John Raymond

NBC News
What's your blood type? It may affect your risk for COVID-19
Dr. Roy Silverstein

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 13

Kenosha News
City partners with fire department and Carthage College to get flu shots to employees
Dr. Tom Grawey

WTMJ 620
Growing COVID-19 hospitalizations a concern for the Medical College of Wisconsin CEO Dr. John Raymond
Dr. John Raymond

UW Green Bay News
Video: COVID-19 Why it Matters, Par 11: What type of mask should I wear?
Dr. Brian Merkel

WTMJ-AM
WTMJ 2021 pt. 1
WTMJ 2021 pt. 2
WTMJ 2021 pt. 3
WTMJ 2021 pt. 4
WTMJ 2021 pt. 5
WTMJ 2021 pt. 6
Dr. John Raymond and Dr. David Cipriano

October 4-10

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10

Modern Healthcare
Q&A: As COVID cases surge, Medical College of Wisconsin CEO talks about the role of science, academic medicine
Dr. John Raymond

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9

Healthcare Facilities Today
Coronavirus Surge Starting to Stress Wis. Hospitals
Dr. John Raymond

Milwaukee Business Journal
United Today. United for Tomorrow.
Dr. John Raymond

WUWM 89.7
Wisconsin Hits COVID-19 Record, Health Official Says We're Back To Concept Of Flattening The Curve
Dr. John Raymond

American Heart Association
Hispanics are paying the price for being 'essential' during the pandemic
Dr. Jorge Saucedo

Urban Milwaukee
Hospitalizations Going Up, Transmission Rate Going Down
Dr. Ben Weston

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8

FOX 6
Milwaukee County officials offer update on COVID-19
Dr. Ben Weston

NPR
NPR Evening News
Dr. Ben Weston

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7

WTMJ-AM
Wisconsin's Morning News
Dr. John Raymond

WisBusiness.com
WED AM News: WMC, Restaurant Association charge Evers with putting businesses at risk with new order; State sees 20 percent jump in corporate tax collections
Dr. John Raymond

WUWM-FM
Morning Edition
Dr. John Raymond

Urban Milwaukee
Medical College of Wisconsin Joins National Effort to Increase, Improve COVID-19 Testing Among Vulnerable Communities
Dr. Reza Shaker and Dr. John Meurer

Wisconsin Health News
Raymond warns of 'boomerang' for Milwaukee region as COVID-19 surges elsewhere
Dr. John Raymond

WUWM 89.7
Miller Park COVID-19 Testing Site to Open As National Guard Milwaukee Sites Close
Dr. John Raymond

UW Green Bay News
Video: COVID-19 Why it Matters, Part 10: Where can I find accurate information?
Dr. Brian Merkel

WisBusiness.com
Medical College of Wisconsin: Joins national effort to increase, improve COVID-19 testing among vulnerable communities
Dr. Reza Shaker, Dr. John Meurer

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 6

Marquette Wire
EDITORIAL: MU must make decision regarding rest of semester

WUWM 89.7
New Homicide Dashboard Aimed At Reducing Milwaukee Killings
Mike Totoraitis

Milwaukee Business Journal
Southeast Wisconsin hospitals so far aren't seeing Covid-19 patient surge like rest of state
Dr. John Raymond

TMJ 4
Flu vaccinations - Douglas Marx, DO
Dr. Douglas Marx

Racine County Eye
Evers' order limits public gatherings
Dr. Michael O. Frank

CBS 58
Players, coaches quarantine after someone affiliated with Kenosha Nationals Baseball Club test positive for COVID-19
Dr. Joyce Sanchez

WTMJ 620
Milwaukee business, healthcare leaders react to new Executive Order in Wisconsin
Dr. John Raymond

MONDAY, OCTOBER 5

WTMJ 620
President/CEO of MCW: Next few days important for President Trump's COVID-19 diagnosis
Dr. John Raymond

WUWM 89.7
Epidemiologist Urges Wisconsinites To Take Extreme Precautions As COVID-19 Cases Skyrocket
Dr. Laura Cassidy

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 4

OnMilwaukee
Places where you can get the flu shot in Milwaukee

Urban Milwaukee
Where to Get A Flu Shot in Milwaukee

September 27-October 3

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3

TMJ 4
TMJ4 News Today

WISN 12
Froedtert & Medical College of Wisconsin host flu shot drive-thru clinic

FOX 6
FOX 6 News at 10

WTMJ-AM
Wisconsin’s Weekend Morning News w/ Libby Collins
Dr. Mary Beth Graham

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2

Box Office Pro
NATO: Exhibitors Embrace 'CinemaSafe' Health and Safety Protocols
Dr. Joyce Sanchez

WTMJ-AM
Wisconsin's Afternoon News pt. 1
Wisconsin's Afternoon News pt. 2
Dr. John Raymond

Spectrum News 1
Drive-Thru Flu Clinics in Wisconsin This Month

Urban Milwaukee
COVID-19 Numbers Approaching Recent Peak
Dr. Ben Weston

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1

Spectrum News 1
Your Morning News on Spectrum News 1
Dr. John Raymond

Bloomberg
Covid-19 Surge That's Pounding Wisconsin Began With College Kids
Dr. Laura Cassidy

Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service
Places where you can get the flu shot in Milwaukee

TMJ 4
Froedtert, Medical College of Wisconsin to offer drive-thru flu shot clinics

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Ascension Wisconsin to offer free flu shots this month in Milwaukee

WISN 12
Coronavirus surge starting to stretch some hospitals to limit
Dr. John Raymond

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30

CBS 58
Doctors say COVID-19 case counts in Wisconsin will get worse before improving
Dr. Laura Cassidy

WTMJ-AM
Wisconsin's Morning News
Dr. John Raymond

Wall Street Journal
New U.S. Coronavirus Infections Above 40,000
Dr. Laura Cassidy

UW Green Bay News
Video: COVID-19 Why it Matters, Part 7 - Pandemic is not in my hometown; why wear a mask?
Dr. Brian Merkel

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29

WisBusiness.com
TUE AM News: Kwik Trip rolls out take-home meals, continues expansions in rural Wisconsin; Arch Electric completes state's largest privately owned solar system
Dr. John Raymond

UW Green Bay News
Video: COVID-19 Why it Matters, Part 9: What is the science behind a vaccine?
Dr. Brian Merkel

FOX 6
Milwaukee County DA's Office unveils justice system dashboard
Branden DuPont

Wall Street Journal
Covid-19 Cases Tick Up in New York as U.S. Infections Edge Down
Dr. Laura Cassidy and Dr. Matthew Dellinger

Milwaukee Magazine
How Does Milwaukee Compare to Wisconsin's Spiking COVID-19 Numbers?
Dr. Laura Cassidy and Dr. Ben Weston

WTMJ-AM
'We really are at a very bad place right now:' Health leaders concerned over Wisconsin's rising COVID-19 cases
Dr. John Raymond

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 28

NBC News
Throughout pandemic, sickle cell patients suffer quietly at home
Dr. Julie Panepinto

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 27

WISN 12
UpFront: Coronavirus cases on the rise in Wisconsin
Dr. John Raymond

September 20-26

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 26

WTMJ-AM
Wisconsin's Weekend Morning News
Dr. Theresa Maatman

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 25

Urban Milwaukee
It's Not College Students Driving Disease

Childhood Obesity News
Coronavirus Chronicles - History's Long Shadow Affects Health

WISN 12
Researchers try to determine why prostate cancer is more common in Black men
Dr. Melinda Stolley

UPI
Blacks, poor at greater risk for infection, hospitalization with COVID-19
Dr. Silvia Munoz-Price

MKE Lifestyle
Hope on the Horizon
Dr. Chandler Cortina

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 24

UW-Green Bay News
Video: COVID-19 Why it Matters, Part 8: Why does everyone need a flu shot this year?
Dr. Brian Merkel

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23

Wisconsin Public Radio
State Sets Record For Hospitalized COVID-19 Patients
Dr. John Raymond

WUWM 89.7
Evers Extends Statewide Mask Mandate; Republican Lawmaker Calls The Move A 'Power Grab'
Dr. Ben Weston

Film Daily
Why are filmmakers keeping their movies out of open movie theaters?
Dr. Joyce Sanchez

Wisconsin's Morning News
Dr. John Raymond

Wisconsin Public Radio
With COVID-19 On The Rise In Wisconsin, Many Schools Have Transitioned To Virtual Learning
Dr. Laura Cassidy

Wisconsin Health News
Raymond: COVID-19 vaccine likely by end of year
Dr. John Raymond

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22

WTMJ-AM
Wisconsin's Afternoon News pt. 1
Wisconsin's Afternoon News pt. 2
Dr. John Raymond

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 21

Modern Healthcare
New billing and collections guidelines encourage focus on racial equity

BioForward
COVID-19 will soon be joined by seasonal flu. What's a person to do?
Dr. Mary Beth Graham

September 13-19

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18

Milwaukee Business Journal
Providing perspective on COVID-19
Dr. John Raymond

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
'I don't want our block to become a transmission point': The pandemic will change neighborhood trick-or-treat
Dr. Zeno Franco

Urban Milwaukee
COVID-19 Increasing in Milwaukee County, Again

CBS 58
Wisconsin sets new COVID-19 record with 2,533 more cases in 1 day amid CDC changing testing guidelines
Dr. Laura Cassidy

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 17

MedCity News
With COVID-19, in-house counsel face their greatest test yet
Jack Newsome

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16

Spectrum News 1
Uptick in COVID-19 Cases a Point of Reflection for Community
Dr. John Raymond

WTMJ-AM
Wisconsin's Morning News
Dr. John Raymond

WKYC
Cleveland and major U.S. cities are seeing a rise in crime. How much is the pandemic to blame?
Dr. Marc DeMoya

LaCrosse Tribune
Tom Still: Vaccine testing can't bypass safety
Dr. John Raymond

UW-Green Bay News
Video: COVID-19 Why it Matters, Part 6: Can pandemics be stopped before they start?
Dr. Brian Merkel

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15

Wisconsin Public Radio
Suicide Rate In Wisconsin Increased 40 Percent from 2000 to 2017

WTMJ-AM
Wisconsin's Morning News
Dr. John Raymond

The BMJ Opinion
Living in a thin dark line: How can we make healthcare systems climate resilient?
Dr. Caitlin Rublee

Spectrum News 1
As Numbers Increase, Officials Ask for Community Help to Slow Coronavirus Spread
Dr. John Raymond

Urban Milwaukee
State's Suicide Rate Up 40% Since 2000

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 14

CBS 58
Area doctors say rise in COVID-19 cases shows Wisconsin heading in the wrong direction
Dr. John Raymond and Dr. Laura Cassidy

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 13

Wisconsin State Journal
Tom Still: Accelerated vaccine process can't bypass safety
Dr. John Raymond

Shepherd Express
Flood the Market with Masks!

September 6-12

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 12

Milwaukee Courier
Community-centered Collaboration Led by MCW, GMF and Royal Capital Group Announces Name, Key Focus Areas
Dr. John Raymond

Milwaukee Courier
Report Shows 40% Increase in Wisconsin Suicide Rate Since 2000, Offers Plan to Reduce Deaths
Sara Kohlbeck

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 11

WisPolitics
Medical College: Report shows 40% increase in Wisconsin suicide rate since 2000, offers plan to reduce deaths

Wisconsin Health News
MCW-involved collaboration aims to boost Milwaukee's central city
Dr. John Raymond 

CBS 58
Doctors say you can have COVID-19 and flu at the same time
Dr. Mary Beth Graham

TMJ 4
Report finds suicides rose 40% in Wisconsin since 2000

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10

Wisconsin Public Radio
Evaluating the Risk of COVID-19 Spreading At Large Gatherings
Dr. Mary Beth Graham

Milwaukee Independent
Many Wisconsin renters have nowhere to go as evictions soar and emergency aid falls short

BizTimes
Medical College, Greater Milwaukee Foundation unveil priority areas, branding for new collaboration
Dr. John Raymond

Urban Milwaukee
$85 Million Bronzeville Project Now "ThriveOn Collaboration"
Dr. John Raymond

Urban Milwaukee
COVID-19 Spread Table, But Testing Declining

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 9

Medscape
Why LGBTQ Physicians Want to be 'Visible'
Dr. Jessee Ehrenfeld

WTMJ-AM
Wisconsin's Morning News
Dr. John Raymond

WisBusiness.com
WED AM News: Hoben says in-person school in Milwaukee is possible; State sees more good weather for fieldwork
Dr. John Raymond

UW Green Bay News
Video: COVID-19 Why it Matters, Part 5 - I'm young! Why should I care?
Dr. Brian Merkel

Wisconsin Health News
MCW CEO: Wisconsin, Milwaukee COVID-19 Trends Diverging
Dr. John Raymond

Fox 6
Wisconsin DHS: Residents should get flu vaccinations by Halloween
Dr. Mary Beth Graham

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8

Wisconsin's Afternoon News pt. 1
Wisconsin's Afternoon News pt. 2
Dr. John Raymond

August 31-September 5

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 5

Milwaukee Courier
United Way of Greater Milwaukee & Waukesha County to Focus on Reducing Barriers to Employment & Advancement in 2020 Campaign
Dr. John Raymond

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 4

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
COVID-19 will soon be joined by seasonal flu. What's a person to do?
Dr. Mary Beth Graham

WUWM 89.7
Friday on Lake Effect: Joe Biden in Kenosha, Coronavirus Vaccine Trial, Milwaukee September Events
Dr. Laura Cassidy

Milwaukee Business Journal
United Way of Greater Milwaukee & Waukesha County sets $55 million campaign goal
Dr. John Raymond

BizTimes
United Way kicks off $55 million community campaign
Dr. John Raymond

Urban Milwaukee
COVID-19 Positivity Rate Higher in Children Than Adults

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 3

UW-Green Bay News
Video: COVID-19 Why it Matters, Part 4: Why wash hands/wear masks?
Dr. Brian Merkel

Stat News
Millions of Americans carry the sickle cell trait, many without knowing it. Could they be at risk for severe COVID-19?

Sickle Cell Anemia News
Grant Expands SCD Patient Registry of COVID-19 Infections to Include Africa
Dr. Julie Panepinto

National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute
COVID-19 Posing Grim Challenge for Sickle Cell Disease Patients
Dr. Julie Panepinto

Wausau Pilot & Review
Study finds more than 1 in 5 children with COVID-19 show no symptoms
Dr. Frank Zhu

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2

The Wisconsin Jewish Chronicle
Opinion: Don't delay surgical treatment due to fear of hospital exposure
Dr. Alysandra Lal

UW-Madison Global Health Institute
Investigating the link between 'COVID toes' and the virus
Drs. Holland and Carlberg

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1

BioForward
In year of COVID-19, health care professionals put extra emphasis on flu shots
Dr. Mary Beth Graham

WTMJ 620
Milwaukee health and economy briefing
Dr. John Raymond

Milwaukee Magazine
Best of Cream City 2020 | City Life
Dr. Ben Weston

MONDAY, AUGUST 31

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
South Korean study finds more than 1 in 5 children with COVID-19 show no symptoms
Dr. Frank Zhu

August 23-29

SATURDAY, AUGUST 29

Urban Milwaukee
Neighborhoods Hard Hit by COVID-19 are Vulnerable to Summer Heat

FRIDAY, AUGUST 28

Rheumatology Advisor
Rheumatologists Face Challenges in Identifying High-Quality COVID-19 Literature
Dr. Michael Putman

Urban Milwaukee
County Seeing Downward COVID-19 Trend

WRAL Tech Wire
NC medical software startup lands $1.5M award to target eye disorders

THURSDAY, AUGUST 27

Milwaukee Business Journal
Opinion: It’s time to walk the talk Milwaukee and act like an entrepreneur

Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service
Special Report: Extreme heat puts city in double jeopardy
Dr. Caitlin Rublee

WTMJ-AM
Wisconsin's Morning News
Dr. Mary Beth Graham

National Geographic
How clean is the air on planes?
Dr. Joyce Sanchez

Diversity in Action
Investigating Impact
Dr. Yang Wang

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 26

Medscape
Why LGBTQ Physicians Want to Be 'Visible'
Dr. Jesse Ehrenfeld

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
'Let them go back': Parents outraged that Oak Creek-Franklin School District will begin the year with virtual classes

WisBusiness.com
WED AM News: Researchers looking to treat depression with psychedelic mushrooms; Nygren says state's financial position result of corporate sales tax revenues
Dr. Ben Weston

TUESDAY, AUGUST 25

WTMJ-AM
The Steve Scaffidi Show
Dr. Kevin Walter

WTMJ-AM
Wisconsin's Afternoon News pt. 1
Wisconsin's Afternoon News pt. 2
Dr. John Raymond

Telemundo
Aprill Dawson

MONDAY, AUGUST 24

UW-Green Bay News
Video: COVID-19 Why it Matters, Part 3 - Why is this virus so serious?

Patch
'We Have No Choice' Oak Creek Family Grapples With Virtual School

SUNDAY, AUGUST 23

Urban Milwaukee
Many City Renters Face Evictions

August 16-22

SATURDAY, AUGUST 22

Wisconsin Watch
'Nowhere to go': Wisconsin renters face evictions as emergency aid falls short

FRIDAY, AUGUST 21

NPR
U.S. Movie Theaters Say It's Safe To Watch A Film: How About 'Unhinged'?
Dr. Joyce Sanchez

Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service
In year of COVID-19, health care professionals put extra emphasis on flu shots
Dr. Mary Beth Graham

Urban Milwaukee
Milwaukee County Continues to Suppress COVID-19

Associated Press
Movie theater trade group establishes COVID-19 protocols
Dr. Joyce Sanchez

THURSDAY, AUGUST 20

CBS 58
Medical College of Wisconsin receives funding for research COVID-19 research

The Hill
DNC Edition: COVID-19: The Way Forward
Dr. Joe Kerschner

Wisconsin Health News
A new road map for our nation's response to COVID-19
Dr. Joe Kerschner

Urban Milwaukee
Medical College of Wisconsin Receives Funding from Doris Duke Charitable Foundation to Expand Research on US Sickle Cell Disease Patients with COVID-19
Dr. Julie Panepinto

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 19

FOX 6
With homicide rate surging, dashboards offer '10-year history' of Milwaukee crime in 'an interactive format'

TMJ 4
'This has been a horrific year': Gun violence takes center stage day 3 of DNC at virtual roundtable

TUESDAY, AUGUST 18

MedPage Today
Med school applications soaring
Dr. Joe Kerschner

Milwaukee Business Journal
Milwaukee streetcar dons a mask under city partnership urging face coverings

WTMJ-AM
Wisconsin's Afternoon News pt. 1
Wisconsin's Afternoon News pt. 2
Dr. John Raymond

MONDAY, AUGUST 17

BizTimes
Dr. Raymond helped lead Milwaukee's business community through pandemic
Dr. John Raymond

August 9-15

FRIDAY, AUGUST 14

Racine County Eye
State of the city address focuses on COVID-19, racial inequities and police reform

Urban Milwaukee
Milwaukee County Currently Suppressing COVID-19

THURSDAY, AUGUST 13

WUWM 89.7
How Restrictions On International Medicine Graduates Are Making It Harder To Treat COVID-19
Dr. Sonal Chandratre

WTMJ 620
The 3 W's: "Wash your hands, wear a cloth face covering, and watch your distance"
Dr. John Raymond

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 12

TMJ 4
Local doctor tries to ease parents' minds on fall sports safety
Dr. Kevin Walter

The Journal Times
COVID-19, inequity, policing and the 2021 budget loom large in Mason's 'State of City' address

WisBusiness.com
WED AM News: Rural, urban health care systems promote telehealth an broadband required to effectively use it; Fragrant Isle lavender farm flourishes on Washington Island
Dr. John Raymond

WUWM 89.7
How COVID-19 Has Made The Grieving Process So Much Harder
Dr. Joseph Goveas

Wisconsin Health News
MCW CEO: Early indicators of COVID-19 spread stable or slowly improving
Dr. John Raymond

Milwaukee Business Journal
Medical College experts weigh in on vaccines, mask effectiveness and living with Covid-19
Dr. John Raymond, Dr. Parameswaran Hari, Dr. Silvia Muñoz-Price

TUESDAY, AUGUST 11

American Heart Association
Home monitoring program improves survival between surgeries for babies with certain heart defects
Nancy Rudd

UW-Green Bay News
Videos: COVID-19 Why it Matters Series, Part 1 & 2
Dr. Brian Merkel

BizTimes
Bravo! Entrepreneur and I.Q. (Innovation Quotient) Awards
Dr. John Raymond

Ebony
Tackling Sickle Cell Disease with Power and Policy

Milwaukee Business Journal
Covid-19 indicators 'slightly improved' in recent weeks - expect one: Dr. Raymond
Dr. John Raymond

MONDAY, AUGUST 10

WisBusiness.com
Wisconsin is on the verge of a grim milestone with 998 COVID-19 deaths
Dr. John Raymond

The Vanity Podcast
Episode 17: COVID-19 in America - A discussion with an infectious disease specialist
Dr. Joyce Sanchez

M2
Medical College of Wisconsin recommends use of mask in public to protect and slow the spread of COVID-19
Dr. John Raymond

August 2-8

SATURDAY, AUGUST 8

Milwaukee Courier
Keeping Young Athletes Active and Engaged During COVID-19
Dr. Matthew Myrvik

Milwaukee Courier
Outreach Community Health Center hosts Annual Community Health and Resource Fair

WTMJ-AM
WTMJ News
Dr. John Raymond

FRIDAY, AUGUST 7

ABC 12
Doctors concerned about parents, students when in-person classes start
Dr. Mary Beth Graham

Business Insider
Medical College of Wisconsin Public Statement on Masks and COVID-19
Dr. John Raymond

ABC 12
Local hotline available for people with questions about coronavirus, testing

Consumer Affairs
Coronavirus update: No stimulus deal in sight, Gilead promises plenty of remdesivir
Dr. John Raymond

Urban Milwaukee
Milwaukee's COVID-19 Cases, Transmission Rate Dropping
Dr. Ben Weston

TMJ 4
'The virus is insidious': Medical College of Wisconsin encourages public to wear masks to combat COVID-19
Dr. John Raymond

THURSDAY, AUGUST 6

Milwaukee Business Journal
Southeast Wisconsin health care systems returning to pre-pandemic staffing levels

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Advocate Aurora, facing shortage of COVID-19 supplies, will close most testing sites, stop testing some patients before surgery

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 5

WISN 12
Wisconsin patient tests positive for coronavirus for second time
Dr. Mary Beth Graham

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Concerned about COVID-19 spread, Marquette backs off housing requirement for students

FOX 6
Marquette to reopen campus with hybrid learning, limited residency in fall

Wisconsin Public Radio
Immigrant Doctors Fight To Contribute To US COVID-19 Response
Dr. Sonal Chandratre

TUESDAY, AUGUST 4

Go Gedders Podcast
Richie and Danika's first hand COVID experiences with Infectious Disease Expert Dr. Mary Beth Graham
Dr. Mary Beth Graham

Wisconsin Public Radio
Waukesha County One Of The Latest Wisconsin Suburbs To Be Hit Hard With COVID-19
Dr. Ben Weston

Urban Milwaukee
Waukesha County Seeing Spike in COVID-19
Dr. Ben Weston

WTMJ-AM
Wisconsin's Afternoon News pt. 1
Wisconsin's Afternoon News pt. 2
Dr. John Raymond

MONDAY, AUGUST 3

CNN
You asked, we're answering: Your top coronavirus questions
Dr. Roy Silverstein

Wisconsin Public Radio
Despite Disruptions From COVID-19, Future Doctors Remain Optimistic
Dr. Joe Kerschner

Urban Milwaukee
Despite Pandemic, Many Still Pursuing Medical School
Dr. Joe Kerschner

Milwaukee Business Journal
We are looking for pandemic pivot stars
Dr. John Raymond

SUNDAY, AUGUST 2 

CBS 58 
From the hog farm to the operating room: Unlikely journey for Milwaukee brain surgeon
Dr. Nathan Zwagerman

July 26-August 1
SATURDAY, AUGUST 1 

FOX 6 
New COVID-19 spit test being studied in Racine, may bring faster results
Dr. Alison Kriegel 
 
Spectrum News 1 
Wisconsin Researchers Try Out A Quicker, Easier Coronavirus Test
Dr. Alison Kriegel  

FRIDAY, JULY 31 

Major League Baseball Network  
High Heat
Dr. Lodes 

THURSDAY, JULY 30 

Milwaukee Community Journal  
Mayor Barrett to Host New Webinars for Local Retailers and Spanish Speaking Bars, Restaurants and Food Vendors
 
Milwaukee Business Journal 
Froedtert Hospital's Eric Conley hits community health head-on
 
Urban Milwaukee 
Daily COVID-19 Growth Slowing in Milwaukee County

WEDNESDAY, JULY 29 

The Daily Beast 
Are Home Pregnancy-Style COVID-19 Tests Finally Here?
Dr. Nathan Ledeboer 
 
WisBusiness.com 
WED AM News: Early soybean planting this spring could mean record yields come fall; Health tech companies build better COVID testing infrastructure
Dr. John Raymond 
 
North Shore NOW  
WIAA approves plan to delay fall season
Dr. Kevin Walter 
 
Wisconsin Health News 
MCW CEO warns of fragile, vulnerable supply chain for COVID-19 test ingredients, PPE
Dr. John Raymond 
 
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel 
The Greater Milwaukee Foundation is promising $30 million for an 'equitable economic recovery' from coronavirus

TUESDAY, JULY 28

Urban Milwaukee 
Greater Milwaukee Foundation to marshal $30 million for economic recovery 
 
Milwaukee Community Journal 
Medical College of Wisconsin to Study Brain Challenges Following Loss of Loved One to Prevent Grief-Related Complications 
Dr. Joseph Goveas 
 
BizTimes 
Greater Milwaukee Foundation to direct $30 million for equitable economic recovery in the community 
 
WTMJ 620 
Milwaukee Health & Economy Briefing - Tuesday, July 28th 
Dr. John Raymond 

MONDAY, JULY 27

WUWM 89.7 
Monday on Lake Effect: Federal Agents in Milwaukee, Fit For You, Evolving Hospitality Industry
Dr. Joyce Sanchez 
 
Milwaukee Business Journal 
Medical College of Wisconsin's 700 furloughed employees returning to work 
 
TMJ 4 
Psychiatrist shares advice on understanding kids' mental health during back-to-school season
Dr. Himanshu Agrawal 
 
WUWM 89.7 
Some Gyms Are Open, But They're Still 'High-Risk' Amid The Coronavirus Pandemic 
Dr. Joyce Sanchez 

 
July 19-25

FRIDAY, JULY 24 

MKE Lifestyle 
Protective Measures 
Dr. John Raymond 
 
Milwaukee Business Journal 
Milwaukee-area hospitals will continue elective surgeries despite Covid-19 surge 
Dr. John Raymond 
 
Urban Milwaukee  
Milwaukee County Suburbs Posting Record COVID-19 Case Counts 
 
Modern Healthcare 
Fall, flu season to bring new challenges during pandemic 
Dr. Nathan Ledeboer 

National Geographic 
If you must travel now, here’s how to make it safer 
Dr. Joyce Sanchez 

THURSDAY, JULY 23 

Wired 
A Wisconsin City Experiments With a Faster, DIY Covid-19 Test 
Dr. Alison Kriegel 
 
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel 
'This study resonates with us': Many Milwaukee homes lack separate bathrooms and bedrooms needed for COVID isolation 
Dr. Joyce Sanchez 
 
WISN  
School sports will not be required to test student-athletes 
Dr. Kevin Walter 
 
Wausau Daily Herald 
Medical College of Wisconsin program aims to recruit students from rural, under-served communities
Dr. Amy Prunuske, medical student Marissa O'Hair 

TUESDAY, JULY 21

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Brookfield could reinstate its state of emergency order over 'climbing' coronavirus cases in Waukesha County
Dr. John Raymond
 
Medscape
Blood Type Not Linked to COVID-19 Severity
Dr. Roy Silverstein
 
Healthcare IT News
Froedtert uses digital health therapeutics to improve patients' mental health
Dr. Bradley Crotty
 
Everyday Health
Does Cancer Immunotherapy Worsen COVID-19 Outcomes?
Dr. Muhammad Bilal Abid
 
CBS 58
BBB: Be careful buying masks online
Dr. Mary Beth Graham

WTMJ-AM
Wisconsin's Afternoon News pt. 1
Wisconsin's Afternoon News pt. 2
Dennis Miller
Dr. John Raymond

MONDAY, JULY 20 

CNN
Teens need easy access to condoms and long-acting reversible contraception, say pediatricians
Dr. Seema Menon

WUWM-FM
Lake Effect

Wisconsin Public Radio
Research On Personalized Medicine May Help COVID-19 Treatments
 
Wisconsin Public Radio
New Medical School Grant Aims To Recruit Hmong Applicants, Rural Students
Dr. Corrie Norrbom
 
FOX 10 (Mobile, Alabama)
FOX 10 News at 4PM
Dr. Julie Panepinto’s sickle cell/COVID-19 research 

 
July 12-18

SATURDAY, JULY 18

Milwaukee Courier
'I don't wear it for me, I wear it for you': Why it's important to mask up
Dr. Joyce Sanchez
 
Urban Milwaukee
This Week's Greatest Hits
Dr. John Raymond

FRIDAY, JULY 17

Wisconsin Public Radio
Milwaukee, Madison K-12 Schools Will Start School Year Virtually Amid Rising COVID-19 Infections
Dr. Laura Cassidy

WRRD-AM
Earl Ingram Show pt. 1
Earl Ingram Show pt. 2
Dr. Ivor Benjamin

WISN-AM
The Friday Afternoon Show pt. 1
The Friday Afternoon Show pt. 2
Dr. Mary Beth Graham

Urban Milwaukee
MPS Will Begin School Year Virtually
Dr. Laura Cassidy

THURSDAY, JULY 16

Urban Milwaukee
The Constitutional Posturing on Masks
Dr. John Raymond

WisPolitics.com
Health officials say state has six weeks to change behavior before experiencing other states' tragedies
Dr. John Raymond

Urban Milwaukee
COVID-19 Growing Fastest in Suburbs

WEDNESDAY, JULY 15

Madison.com
With COVID-19, free clinics face new demand, wary volunteers
Syndicated on Kenosha news, Chippewa Herald, La Cross Tribune

WisBusiness.com
WED AM News: Mike Huebsch to serve as Wisconsin Water Alliance president; Epic offers risk-scoring algorithms to prioritize patients
Dr. John Raymond

WTMJ-AM
Wisconsin's Morning News
Dr. John Raymond

Next Avenue
The 1918 Spanish Flue Pandemic: A Family's History Brings Hope
Dr. Jonathan Marchant

WisBusiness.com
Health officials say state has six weeks to change behavior before experiencing other states' tragedies
Dr. John Raymond

Wausau Pilot & Review
Medical College launches training program for rural, Hmong prospective students
Dr. Amy Prunuske

WAOW
Medical College of Wisconsin-Central Wisconsin launches training program for Rural and Hmong prospective medical students
Dr. Amy Prunuske

WAOW
Local colleges zero in on rural, Hmong medical students
Dr. Corina Norrbom

TUESDAY, JULY 14

Milton Courier
School opening is going to be a nightmare says state advisory committee member
Dr. Silvia Munoz-Price

Spectrum News 1
Spectrum News 1 News and Weather Overnight

WisBusiness.com
TUE AM News: COVID regulations top policy issue facing Wisconsin businesses; Hot, humid weather made for excellent crop growth
Dr. John Raymond

WHBY-AM
Fresh Take with Josh Dukelow
Dr. Sonal Chandratre

Spectrum News 1
Online Clinic Offers Free Counseling fo Health Care Workers Dealing With COVID-19 Stress
Drs. Kristin Kroll and Terri deRoon-Cassini
Syndicated across Wisconsin Spectrum outlets

Milwaukee Business Journal
Mayor Barrett signs mask ordinance as Covid-19 reproductive rate rises in Milwaukee
Dr. John Raymond

NBC 12 (Wausau)
New training program helps rural Hmong prospective medical students
Dr. Amy Prunuske

WTMJ-AM
Wisconsin's Afternoon News pt. 1
Wisconsin's Afternoon News pt. 2
Dr. John Raymond

OnMilwaukee.com
Designers make masks with holes for COVID-era cocktail consuming
Dr. Joyce Sanchez

TMJ 4
Health leaders urge people to only leave home for essential trips as COVID-19 cases spike
Dr. John Raymond

The City
Sickle Cell Disease Brings Higher Risk of Coronavirus Death, But Inconsistent Treatment

MONDAY, JULY 13

WeAreGreenBay.com
Kimberly, Appleton high schools cancel in-person graduation for class of 2020

WORD-AM
ESPN Radio
Dr. Parameswaran Hari

Milwaukee Business Journal
Recent jump in Wisconsin COVID-19 cases 'troubling,' but not yet alarming: Medical College's Dr. Raymond
Dr. John Raymond

Milwaukee Business Journal
Milwaukee mask mandate earns Common Council approval
Dr. John Raymond

Urban Milwaukee
Study of Social Determinants Reveals Financial Hardships Take Most Significant Toll on Health in Elderly Adults with Diabetes
Dr. Leonard Egede and Dr. Rebekah Walker

Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service
'I don't wear it for me, I wear it for you': Why it's important to mask up
Dr. Joyce Sanchez

Becker’s Hospital Review
Froedtert Hospital promotes 2 executives, hires COO

July 5-11

WEDNESDAY, JULY 8

Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service
As coronavirus cases rise in Latinx community, health care providers confront language barrier
Dr. Zeno Franco

WHBY-AM
Fresh Takes with Josh Dukelow pt. 1
Fresh Takes with Josh Dukelow pt. 2
Fresh Takes with Josh Dukelow pt. 3
Dr. Sonal Chandratre

New Scientist
Grief over covid-19 deaths may be unusually severe and long-lasting
Dr. Joseph Goveas

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Organizations join forces in Milwaukee's Latino community to combat coronavirus
Dr. Zeno Franco

BizTimes
MCW's Dr. John Raymond: Wisconsin is losing ground in COVID-19 fight
Dr. John Raymond

TUESDAY, JULY 7

Markets Insider
VasoGnosis Stock Is a Seed-Stage Investment in New Medical Technology
 
NBC News
How blood type may affect your coronavirus risk
Dr. Roy Silverstein

WUWM
COVID-19 Now Research Focus Of Health Database That Has Several Wisconsin Partners
Dr. Jeff Whittle

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Field hospital in West Allis, costing more than $15 million, unneeded so far but still seen as a wise precaution
Dr. John Raymond

Milwaukee Business Journal
Milwaukee mask mandate would shut down businesses that refuse to comply
 
Telemundo
Así cómo te afectará el coronavirus según tu tipo de sangre
Dr. Roy Silverstein
 
CBS 58
Milwaukee citywide mask mandate now circulating through Common Council
Dr. Mary Beth Graham

MONDAY, JULY 6

WisPolitics.com
MCW's Raymond urges young people to take coronavirus seriously
Dr. John Raymond

WTMJ Radio
Wisconsin's Afternoon News
Dr. Mary Beth Graham
 
Gazette Xtra
Rock County matches COVID-19 daily record, Janesville pace quickens
Dr. John Raymond

SUNDAY, JULY 5

Gazette Xtra
Delavan native's past inspires her to be a trailblazer in pharmacy program
Holly Maize, School of Pharmacy student

ABC 12
UPFRONT recap: Doctor urges young people to take coronavirus seriously
Dr. John Raymond

CBS 58
Local 5 News Sunday Morning at 6
Dr. John Raymond

ABC 12
More young people getting COVID-19
Dr. John Raymond

 
June 28-July 3

FRIDAY, JULY 3 

TMJ 4
Health care leaders urge patients to resume treatments delayed by COVID-19
Dr. Marc de Moya
 
CBS 58
CBS 58 Morning News at 6am
Dr. Kevin Walter
 
Eau Claire Leader Telegram
COVID-19 safety efforts paying off for migrant seasonal ag workers

THURSDAY, JULY 2

American Medical Association
5 ways to support LGBTQ patients during COVID-19 - and after
Dr. Jesse Ehrenfeld

WTMJ 620
Heading out to celebrate this holiday weekend? "Don't let your guard down" says infectious disease specialist
Dr. Joyce Sanchez
 
Urban Milwaukee
COVID-19 Cases Exploding Among Younger Population

WEDNESDAY, JULY 1

Blogging Blue
Face Mask Post Of The Day: Medical College of Wisconsin
Dr. Ben Weston

Spectrum News 1

Spectrum News 1 News and Weather Overnight

WisBusiness.com
WED AM News: Milwaukee leaders say mentorship, inclusivity, location with grow workforce diversity; PPP extended to August 8
Dr. John Raymond

Cornell College News Center
Rausch '99 was ready to respond to COVID-19

Psychiatric News
COVID-19 May Lead to Uptick in Cases of Prolonged Grief Disorder
Dr. Joseph Goveas

Milwaukee Community Journal
Mayor Barrett to Host New Webinars on Summer Youth Activities and Residential Repair and Maintenance
Dr. Kevin Walter

WUWM
Milwaukee To Debate Mandatory Mask Wearing At Some Public Locations
Dr. John Raymond

Milwaukee Business Journal
Last Milwaukee-area hospital reopens for elective surgeries amid uptick in Covid-19 cases
Dr. John Raymond

TUESDAY, JUNE 30

FOX 6
Milwaukee mayor to host COVID-19 webinars on summer youth activities, home repair practices

CBS 58
Milwaukee Alderwoman Marina Dimitrijevic introduces city-wide mask mandate
Dr. John Raymond

CBS 58
Local doctors say it's too early to know long-term impact on coronavirus patients
Dr. John Fangman, Dr. Rahul Nanchal

BizTimes
Bartolotta Restaurants to begin phased reopening

MONDAY, JUNE 29

Fatherly
COVID-19 Cases Up, But Deaths Are Down. Here's Why
Dr. Parameswaran Hari

June 21-27

SATURDAY, JUNE 27

TMJ 4
Milwaukee's faith leaders hear from doctors, city leaders about returning to in-person worship safely
Dr. Laura Cassidy
 
Milwaukee Courier
Health care leaders urge patients to resume treatments delayed by COVID-19
Dr. Marc de Moya

FRIDAY, JUNE 26

Urban Milwaukee
County Seeing Uptick in Positive COVID-19 Tests

Spectrum News 1
Spectrum News 1 Evening News and Weather Overnight
Dr. Roy Silverstein

Racine County Eye
COVID-19 protective order struck down, again
Dr. John Raymond 

THURSDAY, JUNE 25

Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service
Health care leaders urge patients to resume treatments delayed by COVID-19
Dr. Marc de Moya

American Heart Association
AHA News: COVID-19 Highlights Long-Term Inequities in Some Communities
Dr. Ivor Benjamin

The Herald-Independent
WPS Military Salute Award winner announced

CBS 58
Milwaukee health officials give guidance on child care safety protocols amid pandemic
Dr. Laura Cassidy

WKRN
Study: Blood type may factor in COVID-19 risk, severity of symptoms
Dr. Roy Silverstein

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 24

WisBusiness.com
WED AM News: Dept. of Revenue's latest economic outlook indicates recovery is underway; Postponement of Ryder Cup latest blow to Milwaukee's big year
Dr. John Raymond

Wisconsin Health News
MCW CEO sees 'preliminary signs' of unfavorable COVID-19 trending
Dr. John Raymond

Fox 6
Mexican Fiesta HQ to become 1st volunteer-made mask distribution hub on Milwaukee's south side

Telemundo
Noticiero Telemundo Wisconsin y Tú

Leader-Telegram (Eau Claire)
Making the Rounds 6/24/20
Recent graduates Dr. Taylor Feuling, Dr. Michelle Olson, Dr. Ali McCormick

TUESDAY, JUNE 23

Business Wire
Froedtert and the Medical College of Wisconsin Health Network Expands Digital Health Options for Pregnant Patients with Babyscripts and Xealth
Dr. Seema Menon

Becker’s Hospital Review
Froedtert & the Medical College of Wisconsin expand digital women's health offerings

Milwaukee Business Journal
Dr. Raymond warns COVID-19 trends may be turning in wrong direction
Dr. John Raymond

Milwaukee Business Journal 
Milwaukee-area hospital execs say they will continue elective surgeries even if Covid-19 surges
Dr. John Raymond

Wisconsin Public Radio
Dexamethasone and Other Potential Coronavirus Treatments
Dr. Njeri Wainaina

Becker’s Hospital Review
Coronavirus spike won't end elective surgeries, Milwaukee hospital execs say
Dr. John Raymond

MONDAY, JUNE 22

AAMC
The pandemic has disrupted medical school admissions. I urge you to apply anyway
Dr. Joseph Kerschner

New York Times
Your Kid Probably Doesn't Have a Penicillin Allergy
Dr. David Vyles

Milwaukee Magazine
The Pandemic Is Hitting Milwaukee's Latinx Community the Hardest

Physician’s Weekly
Blood Type May Play a Role in Covid-19 Severity
Dr. Parameswaran Hari

The Hill
Blood type may influence coronavirus infection rates: study
Dr. Roy Silverstein 

SUNDAY, JUNE 21

Milwaukee Business Journal
40 Under 40 winners on whether company's reputation with diversity, inclusion impacts where they would work
Dr. Malika Siker

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Nickel: Bonking sounds like a silly term, but it's a serious signal from the body and a common issue for athletes
Nicole Kerneen


June 14-20

FRIDAY, JUNE 19

Milwaukee Business Journal
40 Under 40 winners speak out on attracting diverse talent
Dr. Malika Siker

Milwaukee Business Journal
Southeast Wisconsin hospitals, clinics approach pre-pandemic activity levels

THURSDAY, JUNE 18

AP News
Study ties blood type to COVID-19 risk; O may help, A hurt
Dr. Parameswaran Hari, Dr. Mary Horowitz
Syndicated on 100+ outlets nationally and internationally

CBS 58
Doctors on the mask debate: Recent studies prove effectiveness of masks for COVID-19
Dr. John Raymond

WTMJ 620
Some cruises making slow comeback, others not until end of 2021 [WTMJ Roundtable]
Dr. Mary Beth Graham

WTMJ-AM
Wisconsin's Morning News
Dr. John Raymond

Channel 3000
Wisconsin expert predicts there will be a shortage of eventual COVID-19 vaccine
Dr. John Raymond

BizTimes
Wisconsin's private higher education institutions to receive $37 million in coronavirus relief

Urban Milwaukee
COVID-19 Metrics Trending Positively in Milwaukee County

Channel 3000
Positive percentage of new COVID-19 tests reaches 4% for the first time in weeks
Dr. John Raymond

FOX 47
Wisconsin expert predicts there will be a shortage of eventual COVID-19 vaccine
Dr. John Raymond

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 17

WisBusiness.com
WED AM News: Statewide taxable sales take a sharp decline compared to last year; $10M approved for Rural Workforce Housing Initiative
Dr. John Raymond
 
BizTimes
A Smart Restart for Business in our Community
Dr. John Raymond
 
Wisconsin Public Radio
Cancer Patients Weigh Risk Of Delaying Treatment Against Risks Of COVID-19 Exposure
Dr. Jim Thomas

Wisconsin Public Radio
Which Summer Activities Are Safest
Dr. Mary Beth Graham 
 
Wisconsin Health News
COVID-19 deaths surpass 700, but MCW CEO see 'clear deceleration' in pandemic's trajectory
Dr. John Raymond
 
WUWM 89.7
Milwaukee Business Leaders Marcus, Bartolotta Discuss Reopening Plans

WRNW-FM
WRNW The Game
Dr. John Raymond

TUESDAY, JUNE 16

Milwaukee Business Journal
Executives Marcus, Bartolotta say consumer trust is key to reopening successfully
Dr. John Raymond
 
Milwaukee Business Journal
COVID-19 pandemic 'decelerating' in Wisconsin: Medical College CEO Dr. Raymond
Dr. John Raymond
 
MIT Technology Review
Inside MIT's low-cost ventilator project
Dr. Alexander Slocum, Jr., surgical resident

MONDAY, JUNE 15

Milwaukee Business Journal
Pandemic, protests invigorate Dr. Malika Siker's efforts to increase diversity in health professions: Q&A
Dr. Malika Siker
 
WisBusiness.com
MON AM News: Dane County moves into phase 2 of reopening today; State COVID-19 deaths reach 692
Dr. John Raymond

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
More men dying from COVID-19 than women, but as with so much about this disease, the reasons are unclear
Dr. Mary Beth Graham

WTMJ 620
Some cruises making slow comeback, others not until end of 2021 [WTMJ Roundtable]
Dr. Mary Beth Graham

WTMJ 620
Airlines help protect people against coronavirus, but passengers should take own precautions [WTMJ Roundtable]
Dr. Mary Beth Graham

The City Pages
Coronavirus has cost college campuses millions - but enrollment is up at UWSP
Dr. Lisa Dodson

SUNDAY, JUNE 14

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee's Hmong leaders turn to traditional and cultural approaches to get information out about coronavirus
Dr. Kajua Lor
 
Fox 6
Addressing mental health in a time of protests, pandemic: ‘We are being bombarded with stressors’
Dr. Terri deRoon-Cassini
 

 
June 7-13

SATURDAY, JUNE 13

WTMJ 620
Travel destinations in a COVID-19 summer and beyond [WTMJ Roundtable]
Dr. Mary Beth Graham
 
WMFE 90.7
Your Saturday Update: CDC Recommendations for Protests, Some Churches Offer Coronavirus Testing, When Kids Have Questions about COVID-19
Dr. Joyce Sanchez

WUWM 89.7
Lake Effect Weekend: Mayor Tom Barrett, Protesting Safely, Bubbler Talk, Photographing Protests
Dr. Laura Cassidy

FRIDAY, JUNE 12

American Medical Association
AMA to Congress: Antibody tests not the path back to "normal life"
Dr. Jesse Ehrenfeld

WTMJ 620
Expect 'cleanest conditions' when traveling, but use 'common sense' [WTMJ Roundtable]
Dr. Mary Beth Graham
 
NPR
Coronavirus FAQs: Convertibles, Dishwashing, Dog's Paws, Bowling, Travel With Kids
Dr. Joyce Sanchez
Syndicated on 22 outlets nationwide

THURSDAY, JUNE 11

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Coronavirus canceled this couple's wedding until Molson Coors paid for a (socially distant) celebration
Alumnus Dr. Adam Benjamin 

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
'There's a lot of ignorant people out there.' Milwaukee's Hmong residents deal with the coronavirus pandemic and racism
Dr. Kajua Lor
 
WTMJ-AM
How workplace activity, design will change in the wake of COVID-19 [WTMJ Cares Roundtable]
Dr. Mary Beth Graham

MDedge Hematology & Oncology
Tandem transplantation, long-term maintenance may extend MM remission
Dr. Parameswaran Hari 

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 10

WisBusiness.com
WED AM News: WEDC expects up to 30 percent business closures statewide; Citing COVID-19, Verso Corp. to idle Wisconsin Rapids and Duluth paper mills
Dr. John Raymond

TMJ 4
Are masks still necessary as public spaces reopen and health orders are lifted?
Dr. David Cipriano and Dr. Julie Biller

Greater Good Magazine
Need a Hero? Look Around You
Dr. Zeno Franco

Shepherd Express
Valerie Carter is Helping Patients on the Front Line
Dr. Valerie Carter

Wisconsin Health News
Fall in percentage of those testing positive for COVID-19 and hospitalized 'good news,' says MCW CEO
Dr. John Raymond

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
A Saukville company that has helped create more than 2 million masks is asking for volunteers to make more

TUESDAY, JUNE 9

WisBusiness.com
TUE AM News: Grocery stores adapt to consumer behavior; Evers administration announces date for next round of broadband expansion grants
 
TMJ 4
Coronavirus: The Rundown
Dr. John Raymond

Spectrum News 1
Spectrum News 1 Evening News and Weather
Dr. Laura Cassidy

Applied Radiology
ENDRA, MCW Begin Thermo-acoustic Enhanced US Study for Liver Disease

CURE
Autologous Stem Cell Transplant Should Remain Standard of Care for Certain DLBCL Patients, Expert Says
Dr. Nirav Shah

MONDAY, JUNE 8

Black Women 50+
Leonard E. Egede, MD, MS Leads Team to Test 1,000 Seniors for Coronavirus
Dr. Leonard Egede

WUWM
Monday on Lake Effect: Protesting Safely, Mars Cheese Castle, 'America's Socialist Experiment'
Protesting During A Pandemic: An Epidemiologist Shares Tips For Staying Safe
Dr. Laura Cassidy
 
Wall Street Journal
Expert Advice for a Safe Post-Pandemic Road Trip
Dr. Joyce Sanchez
 
WTMJ-AM
Wisconsin's Afternoon News
Dr. Mary Beth Graham

SUNDAY, JUNE 7

CBS 58
CBS 58 Sunday Morning
Dr. Morgan Wilbanks
 
TMJ 4
Positively Milwaukee with Carole Meekins
CytoSorb, ECMO therapy

May 31-June 6

SATURDAY, JUNE 6

Cancer Network
ASCO Expert Discusses the Use of Autologous Transplantation in Relapsed DLBCL
Dr. Nirav Shah

FRIDAY, JUNE 5

The Health Care Blog
More Women Are Pursuing Majority-Male Specialties and Changing Patients’ Perceptions
Dr. Amy Guise 

Wisconsin Health News
Milwaukee allows restaurants to open under COVID-19 plan
Dr. John Raymond

Wisconsin Health News
Wisconsin at a 'tenuous equilibrium' with COVID-19
Dr. John Raymond
 
TMJ 4
TMJ4 News Coronavirus Update
Dr. Lucian Durham

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
COVID-19 patients who survive respiratory syndrome likely to face deep financial struggles
Dr. Jonathon Truwit

THURSDAY, JUNE 4

WisBusiness.com
THU AM News: Morgridge Institute for Research investigates methods to control COVID-19 and next pandemic; Mitchell Airport passengers down 90 percent
Dr. John Raymond
 
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
If COVID-19 cases surge again, quickly implementing social distancing steps will ease outbreaks, study finds
Dr. Laura Cassidy
Syndicated on Herald Times Reporter, Green Bay Press-Gazette, Wisconsin Rapids Tribune

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Protests prompting concern about new outbreaks of coronavirus
Dr. John Raymond

WUWM
Use of Milwaukee Mitchell Airport Slowly Rising, But Masks Recommended

Milwaukee Business Journal 
State: Impact of protests on Covid-19 spread remains to be seen
Dr. John Raymond

Milwaukee Business Journal
Safer At Home allowed Wisconsin to reach 'tenuous equilibrium' with Covid-19: Dr. Raymond
Dr. John Raymond

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 3

Milwaukee Business Journal
Key Wisconsin Covid-19 trends better, but protests may change that, says Dr. Raymond
Dr. John Raymond

BizTimes
Medical College of Wisconsin awarded $24 million for research consortium
Dr. Reza Shaker and Dr. Joe Kerschner

Observer News Enterprise
Ocugen Appoints Dr. Mohamed Genead as Chair of Retina Scientific Advisory Board

NewsWise
New test for rare disease identifies children who may benefit from simple supplement
Dr. Michael Muriello

Milwaukee Business Journal
Milwaukee officials pass out PPE to protestors, invite them to get tested for Covid-19
Dr. John Raymond
 
WisBusiness.com
WED AM News: High consumer demand puts potatoes in a good spot; Milwaukee business leaders offer solutions to racial prosperity gaps
Dr. John Raymond
 
WTMJ 620
Medical College CEO 'concerned about the potential impact of the protests'
Dr. John Raymond

TUESDAY, JUNE 2

Wisconsin Health News
MCW CEO Encourages Marchers to Wear Masks, Socially Distance Amid Worries About COVID-19 Spike
Dr. John Raymond
 
Racine County Eye
COVID-19: Overall testing increased, rate of new cases ticks down
Dr. Michael Frank
 
TMJ 4
COVID-19 survivor shares how he beat the virus
Patient Les Wilbert

MONDAY, JUNE 1

CBS 58
Milwaukee leaders and doctors concerned of potential COVID-19 spike after four days of protests
Dr. John Raymond
 
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Civil unrest could slow — but likely won't stop — redevelopment of Milwaukee's north side neighborhoods
GMF Partnership 
 
ASH Clinical News
Pulling Back the Curtain: Richard Aster, MD, and Jon Aster, MD, PhD
Dr. Richard Aster
 
MJH Life Sciences
GE Healthcare Captures FDA Clearance for Deep-Learning MRI Reconstruction

WisBusiness.com
TUE AM News: Mendota Juvenile Center prepares for expansion; MCW President concerned about potential COVID-19 spike due to protests
Dr. John Raymond

WisBusiness.com
MON AM News: Up to 200 Guard troops mobilize to support Madison civil authorities; UW System finds its grads generate "remarkable" earnings growth
Dr. John Raymond
 
Business Wire
New Leaders at ASTCT and CIBMTR Provide Guidelines and Measures for Combating COVID-19 and Protecting Transplant Patients
Dr. Mary Horowitz
Release published in 29 outlets nationwide
 
Milwaukee Business Journal 
Medical College CEO 'very concerned' that protesters at risk for Covid-19
Dr. John Raymond

 
May 24-30

FRIDAY, MAY 29

WAOW-TV (ABC Wausau)
News 9 WAOW at 6pm
Dr. Lisa Dodson
 
WSAW-TV (CBS Wausau)
Medical College of Wisconsin hosts virtual graduation

Fox Cities Chamber
COVID-19 CEO Leadership Series continues Friday with Brown County Executive
Dr. John Raymond
 
Urban Milwaukee
COVID-19 Spreading Faster Out State Than In Milwaukee County
Darren Rausch

Wisconsin Public Radio
One-Third of COVID-19 Cases In Milwaukee Are Among Hispanic Residents
Dr. Ben Weston

THURSDAY, MAY 28

National Geographic
Is it safe to travel now? It depends.
Dr. Joyce Sanchez

Wisconsin Watch
Wisconsin's coronavirus eviction ban has expired. Here's what renters need to know.

FOX 11 Green Bay
Newest doctors from MCW celebrate graduation online

WTAQ-FM
Medical Students Graduate with Virtual Commencement Amid Pandemic
Dr. Matthew Hunsaker, graduate Dr. Collin Hess

Marquette Today
President's Challenge - COVID-19 Response Grant advisers to begin virtual drop-in sessions June 1-12; Check-in documents due May 29
Dr. Jon Lehrmann

CBS 58
Milwaukee County Zoo hosts blood drive for Versiti Blood Center
Dr. David Margolis
 
WFRV Green Bay
MCW-Green Bay students graduate online, prepare to start careers during pandemic
Dr. Matthew Hunsaker

WEDNESDAY, MAY 27

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel 
Children's Wisconsin adds mental health team to ER, responding to rising rates of self-harm
Syndicated on Wisconsin Rapids Tribune, Herald Times Reporter

Waushara Argus
Keeping Agriculture Workers Healthy

Business Wire
United Health Foundation Commits $2.5 Million to Establish Behavioral Health Crisis Team in Children's Wisconsin Emergency Department

BizTimes
Children's Wisconsin gifted $2.5 million grant to provide mental health services in the ED

TUESDAY, MAY 26

WisBusiness.com
Bryon Riesch Paralysis Foundation: Gives nearly $350,000 in grants
Dr. Antje Kroner

WisBusiness.com
TUE AM News: Dane County to start reopening today; eCourt Reporters connects talent to the legal system more efficiently
Dr. John Raymond

Milwaukee Magazine
What Would it Take to Salvage This Baseball Season?
Dr. John Raymond

Milwaukee Business Journal
Brewers owner Attanasio would prefer baseball at Miller Park, without fans at first
Dr. John Raymond

Waukesha Freeman
Local woman earns Doctor of Dental Surgery degree
Alumnae Dr. Le’erin Voss

620 WTMJ
Wauwatosa physician is newest ‘Jeopardy!’ champion
Dr. Morgan Wilbanks

NBA.com
Kyle Korver Surprises First Responders

Observer News Online
GenoPalate and Edamam Partner to Make Personalized Healthy Eating Easier
Dr. Yi Sherry Zhang

MONDAY, MAY 25

Urban Milwaukee
Nine Testing Sites Available for Milwaukee’s North Side Neighborhoods
 
Spectrum News 1
Spectrum News 1 News 7 Weather Overnight
Memorial Day safety tips
 
Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service
5 things to know the week of May 25 in Milwaukee: The COVID-19 edition
Memorial Day safety tips

 
May 17-23

SATURDAY, MAY 23

Milwaukee Courier
Memorial Day Weekend Safety Tips from Medical College of Wisconsin
 
411 Live
COVID-19 First Responders
Dr. Brad McIntosh and Dr. Jane Wainaina
 
Trends in Medicine
Bulletin: Update on Coronavirus 5/20
Dr. William Rilling

FRIDAY, MAY 22

TMJ 4
TMJ4 News Today
Memorial Day safety tips
 
Psychiatry Times
Cultural Matters and the Coronavirus
Dr. H. Steven Moffic
 
TMJ 4
Could this blood filter not yet FDA approved save COVID-19 patients?
Dr. Lucian Durham
 
The Nurse Keith Show
Thoughtful Health System Response to COVID-19: The Nurse Keith Show
Dr. Mary Beth Graham
 
WUWM 
Medical College Of Wisconsin Graduates Talk About Starting Work During A Pandemic
Dr. Margaret Holmes, Dr. Schaefer Leber, Dr. Inez Pabian

CBS 58
Milwaukee County warns to bring your own sanitizer if heading to the parks
Dr. Ben Weston

THURSDAY, MAY 21

Milwaukee Business Journal
Testing for COVID-19 top of mind for Wisconsin companies
Dr. John Raymond

Point Plover Metro Wire
Column: Keeping ag workers, families healthy ensures continuation of food supply

Milwaukee Business Journal
Dr. Raymond says keep cleaning despite CDC update that coronavirus 'does not spread easily' on surfaces
Dr. John Raymond
 
CBS 58
Medical College of Wisconsin grad participates in hooding ceremony

FOX 32 (Chicago)
Chicago family holds backyard graduation for their medical student daughter and her friend

WEDNESDAY, MAY 20

Wausau Pilot & Review
Community Foundation CEO to retire after 32 years
 
Public Now
EPA Appoints New Members To Children’s Health Protection Advisory Committee
Dr. Ke Yan
 
Urban Milwaukee
Milwaukee Region's Business, Health and Science Communities Collaborate to Launch Restart Toolkit for Companies
Dr. John Raymond
 
Milwaukee Business Journal
Medical College CEO: Wisconsin has landmark day in testing COVID-19
Dr. John Raymond

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Milwaukee County suburban communities will reopen Friday; Barrett weighs options for Milwaukee
 
WisBusiness.com
WED AM News: GoDx uses point-of-care test to quickly diagnose gut, COVID-19 pathogens; AGent Plus Solutions developing innovative cleaning products
Dr. John Raymond

Wisconsin Health News
Milwaukee County suburban communities agree to shift to next phase of reopening

Racine County Eye
5 things you need to know about COVID-19 testing and masks
Dr. Michael Frank

TUESDAY, MAY 19

Digital Journal
Froedtert and the Medical College of Wisconsin Health Network Shows Improved Mental Health markers Using SilverCloud and Xealth
Dr. Bradley Crotty

MMAC 
Milwaukee Region's Business, Health and Science Communities Collaborate to Launch Restart Toolkit for Companies
Dr. John Raymond
 
WUWM 
Why Some Milwaukeeans Are Still Wearing Masks Despite No Mandate
Dr. Ben Weston
 
FOX 6
Milwaukee region's business, health communities launch restart toolkit for companies
 
Milwaukee Business Journal
MMAC, MCW launch toolkit to help businesses reopen
Dr. John Raymond

BizTimes
MMAC, M7 and Medical College of Wisconsin launch restart toolkit for businesses
Dr. John Raymond
 
TMJ 4
Coronavirus: The Rundown
Dr. John Raymond

Milwaukee Business Journal
Employers need to weigh legal and health ramifications when reopening, experts say
Dr. John Raymond

Shepherd Express 
Local Business Organizations Collaborate to Launch Restart Toolkit for Businesses
Dr. John Raymond 

Racine County Eye
COVID-19: Hygiene tips
Dr. Michael Frank

MONDAY, MAY 18

WTMJ 620
'Conflicted': Medical College of Wisconsin expert about Wisconsin re-opening in midst of coronavirus

Dr. Mary Beth Graham 
Milwaukee Business Journal
Dr. Raymond watching short-term jump in COVID contagiousness, eyes vaccine developments
Dr. John Raymond

WisBusiness.com
MON AM News: FixdPicks uses AI for ROI transparency in sports betting; Testing material supply chains remain unstable, public health expert warns
Dr. John Raymond
 
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Iraq war vet armed with degree to battle virus
Dr. Chris Zeman
 
Milwaukee Record
Wisconsin's positive COVID-19 test rate hits new low, state braces for possible "Do Whatever You Want" Impact
Dr. John Raymond

Wisconsin Public Radio
MaskUpMKE: Milwaukee Organizations, Volunteers Team Up To Produce Face Masks

Milwaukee Independent
Finding Balance: Milwaukee's Response to Pandemic Serves as a Possible Roadmap for Other Communities
Dr. John Raymond

May 10-16

FRIDAY, MAY 15 

Milwaukee Business Journal
Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett not ready to lift stay-at-home order in city
Dr. John Raymond
Syndicated on Chicago Business Journal
 
WISN 12
Bars, restaurants reopen: Is it safer to sit outside?
Dr. Joyce Sanchez

CBS News
Local Leaders weigh in on COVID uncertainty surrounding national conventions
Dr. John Raymond
Syndicated on MSN

Wisconsin Public Radio
'Our Communities Are Interdependent': Researcher Asks How Those Who Lived Through AIDS Pandemic Are Coping With COVID-19
Dr. Alan Nyitray
Republished by Urban Milwaukee

Shepherd Express
What's Next After Wisconsin Supreme Court Strikes Down 'Stay at Home'?
Dr. John Raymond

WUWM 89.7
Milwaukee, Waukesha Counties Begin COVID-19 'Experiment'
Dr. John Raymond

Milwaukee Magazine
Safe at Home is Over, but the Pandemic Isn't
Dr. Ben Weston

Milwaukee Courier
Milwaukee City and County Officials Provide Update on COVID-19
Dr. Ben Weston

Fond du Lac Reporter
Wisconsin student nurses, doctors prepare for careers amid pandemic (content restricted)
Dr. Lisa Grill Dodson

Texas Medical Center
Touch starvation is a consequence of COVID-19's physical distancing

Issues.org
The Public Health Epidemic Exacerbated by COVID-19
Dr. Colleen Galambos

Madison.com
WIAA examines cost-cutting, revenue-generating measures during COVID-19 pandemic
Dr. Matthew Myrvik

THURSDAY, APRIL 14

CBS 58
Mother & child: Is breastfeeding safe during the COVID-19 pandemic?
Dr. Garrett Fitzgerald

Milwaukee Business Journal
Medical College's Raymond warns Covid-19 knows no boundaries
Dr. John Raymond

The Daily Beast
'No Plan': Anti-Lockdown Ruling Throws Wisconsin Into COVID Chaos
Dr. John Raymond

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 13

Wisconsin Health News
Personal protective equipment challenges could last for some time
Dr. John Raymond
 
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel 
'Don't miss dialysis': Doctor reassures patients worried about COVID
Dr. Ashraf El-Meanawy 

TUESDAY, MAY 12

WTMJ 620
MCW expert on Wisconsin progressing in fighting COVID-19
Dr. Mary Beth Graham
 
Wisconsin Public Radio
'3 Times More Likely To Die': Coronavirus Ravages Milwaukee's African American Community
Dr. Ben Weston
 
WUWM 89.7
COVID-19 Reproduction Rate, Explained By a Milwaukee Health Care Leader
Dr. John Raymond

Pharmacy Times
Pharmacy Residents Balancing Uncertainty, Optimism During Pandemic
Dr. George MacKinnon, School of Pharmacy students
 
Milwaukee Business Journal
COVID-19 positive testing rate hits new low for May in Wisconsin
Dr. John Raymond
 
Journal of the American Medical Association
Prioritizing equity: COVID-19 & the experience of medical students
Medical student Yingfei Wu

MONDAY, MAY 11

Milwaukee Business Journal
Dr. Raymond, Tim Sheehy both give thumbs-up to Gov. Evers allowing small store openings
Dr. John Raymond
 
CBS 58
Some stores reopen easily with restrictions, while others face challenges
Dr. John Raymond

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
From the sidelines to the front lines: 2 area women step up to help feed health care workers
 
WTMJ-AM
Business Headlines - Wisconsin's Morning News
Dr. John Raymond

WUWM 89.7
2 Free COVID-19 Test Sites Open In Milwaukee
Dr. John Raymond
 
Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service

NNS news at notes: Free COVID-19 testing; virtual town hall on the coronavirus; MATC Promise deadline extended; and don't forget the census
 
WisBusiness.com
MON AM News: Long-term care groups highlighting role of members; State COVID-19 death toll hits 400
Dr. John Raymond 

SUNDAY, MAY 10

The Business News
AHW makes donations to fight coronavirus

WMLW 
CBS 58 Sunday Morning
Dr. Garrett Fitzgerald
 
TMJ 4
Positively Milwaukee with Carole Meekins

May 3-9

FRIDAY, MAY 8

WUWM 89.7 FM
Remdesivir Being Tried As COVID-19 Treatment At Froedtert Hospital
Dr. Mary Beth Graham

Modern Healthcare
Rapid Antigen Assays Could Prove Key to Addressing SARS-CoV-2 Testing Limitations (Content restricted)
Dr. Nathan Ledeboer

BizTimes
No plans to close COVID-19 alternate care facility at State Fair Park despite lack of patients
Dr. John Raymond

Milwaukee Magazine
What It's Like to Work at Children's Wisconsin During COVID-19
Dr. Kyle Pronko
 
Wisconsin Public Radio
UW System Working To Test All Students, Faculty, Staff For COVID-19

Milwaukee Business Journal
Dr. Raymond: Sans vaccine, Wisconsin will have to maintain social distancing as economy reopens
Dr. John Raymond

Milwaukee Magazine
How Are Local Suburbs Affected by Coronavirus
Dr. Ben Weston

Wisconsin Public Radio
UW Plans Testing All Students, Faculty
Republished by Urban Milwaukee

Milwaukee Courier
Greater Milwaukee Foundation Receives Grant to Continue Helping Underserved

THURSDAY, MAY 7

Wisconsin Public Radio
Milwaukee Leaders Say City Has 'At Least Hit An Equilibrium With COVID-19'
Dr. John Raymond
 
American Medical Association
Medical student moms face challenge of pandemic parenthood
Stephanie Strohbeen, 3rd year MCW medical student
 
Milwaukee Business Journal
Updating Dr. Raymond's checklist for reopening Wisconsin's economy
Dr. John Raymond
 
Milwaukee Business Journal 
Why metro Milwaukee's top health care executives support MMAC's plan to reopen economy May 11
Dr. John Raymond

Urban Milwaukee
For Now, Milwaukee Must 'Learn To Live With' COVID-19
Dr. John Raymond

Milwaukee Magazine
Viruses 101: A Deep Dive Into These Dangerous Infection Agents
Dr. Scott Terhune

Modern Healthcare
Amidst reports of COVID-19 test shortages, some labs operating below capacity (content restricted)
Dr. Nathan Ledeboer

FOX 6
Medical College students give back to the community with homemade PPE
MCW medical students Luis Paniagua, Brittany Fickau and Natasha Simske

Daily Union
The Capitol Report: Wisconsin hospitals cutting workers' hours while preparing for coronavirus surge
Dr. John Raymond

Milwaukee Business Journal
Milwaukee-area health care systems weather worst of pandemic; full restart soon: Froedtert CEO Jacobson
Dr. John Raymond

Cambridge News & Deerfield Independent
The Capitol Report: Wisconsin hospitals cutting workers' hours while preparing for coronavirus surge
Dr. John Raymond

Darigold.com
Kindness Cooler in Wisconsin helps community hit by COVID-19
Dr. David Cipriano

Our Issues Milwaukee
Dr. Camille Garrison

WEDNESDAY, MAY 6

Wisconsin Public Radio
Remdesivir Being Used To Treat Some COVID-19 Patients in Wisconsin
Dr. Mary Beth Graham
Republished by Urban Milwaukee and the Spooner Advocate

Wisconsin Health News
MMAC calls for gradual reopening of state's economy starting as early as next week
Dr. John Raymond
 
WRRD-AM
MMAC President Discusses “Smart Restart” Plan 

TUESDAY, MAY 5

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
'We did not expect him to make it:' Veteran hospitalized with coronavirus for 50 days gets sendoff celebration
Dr. Sarah Nickoloff (MCW alum)

MONDAY, MAY 4

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel 
Genetic sequencing supports Wisconsin stay-at-home order, shows clusters of coronavirus in Madison and Milwaukee
Dr. Raul Urrutia
Syndicated on Herald Times Reporter, Stevens Point Journal, Wisconsin Rapids Tribune, Sheboygan Press, Marshfield News Herald, Fond Du Lac Reporter, Oshkosh Northwestern

Milwaukee Business Journal 
Hospitals safer: Milwaukee health systems, doctors inviting patients back
Dr. Marc de Moya
 
BizTimes
Milwaukee-area health care providers urge patients to seek routine, acute care amid pandemic
Dr. Marc de Moya
 
Milwaukee Magazine
5 Things to Do in Milwaukee This Week That Don't Involve a Crowd: May 4-7

SUNDAY, MAY 3

WISN 
UpFront
Dr. John Raymond
Aired on ABC stations across state
 
WISN
'UpFront' Recap: State's done 'exemplary job of slowing spread of COVID-19,' head of MCW says
Dr. John Raymond
 
Waunakee Tribune
Wisconsin hospitals cutting workers' hours while preparing for coronavirus surge
Dr. John Raymond
 
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Number of confirmed positive coronavirus cases approaches 8,000 in Wisconsin as potential treatment rolls out of hospitals
Dr. Mary Beth Graham 

 
April 26-May 2

SATURDAY, MAY 2

Milwaukee Courier
Community Media Supports MaskUpMKE

FRIDAY, MAY 1

WisBusiness.com
THU AM News: Wisconsin Beef Council says Trump’s meat plant order provides some certainty; Salm Partners reports 35 employees infected with COVID-19

USA TODAY
Fact check: COVID-19 may be 'here to stay,' even after a vaccine
Dr. John Raymond
 
Channel 3000
Half-million non-surgical face masks assembled in Milwaukee as part of new initiative

Milwaukee Business Journal
Froedtert & Medical College to resume some procedures, allow doctor visits

WTMJ-AM
Children’s Wisconsin, Froedtert, Medical College of Wisconsin to re-start some non-coronavirus doctor visits, surgeries
Froedtert & Medical College of Wisconsin to resume ambulatory surgeries

TMJ 4
Froedtert & Medical College of Wisconsin to resume ambulatory surgeries
Remdesivir is good news
Dr. John Raymond
 
WUWM 89.7
Friday on Lake Effect: City Attorney Tearman Spencer, COVID-19 Questions, Spanish Flu 1918
Dr. Joyce Sanchez
 
Milwaukee Business Journal
What they said about COVID-19 impact
Dr. John Raymond
 
Milwaukee Business Journal
UNMASKING HEALTH CARE'S FUTURE: COVID-19 steers health systems toward virtual revolution
Dr. John Raymond
 
Milwaukee Business Journal
Health care CEOs urge phased approach to reopening economy
Dr. John Raymond

Milwaukee Business Journal 
In their own words: CEOs predict long-term health care change from pandemic 
Dr. John Raymond 
 
WITF
How COVID-19 led to a blood shortage, and why that’s troubling

PR Newswire
Briggs & Stratton: MaskForce Consortium Produces Reusable Face Masks For Front Line Workers; Briggs & Stratton Corporation Leads Filtration Efforts
Republished in 25 other national outlets
 
Urban Milwaukee
Milwaukee County Struggling To Pass COVID-19 Peak
 
Milwaukee Business Journal
Wisconsin hits two-week high for new COVID-19 cases as more are tested
Dr. John Raymond
 
WSAW-TV
Medical College of Wisconsin working to keep students active in medical community
Dr. Lisa Dodson

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 29

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
2,600 patients in US treated with plasma
Dr. Mary Beth Graham
 
BizTimes
Froedtert to test promising antiviral drug remdesivir on coronavirus patients
Dr. Mary Beth Graham
 
TMJ 4
TMJ4 News Coronavirus Update

PolitiFact
Experts say COVID-19 may well be "here to stay," even after a vaccine
Dr. John Raymond

Milwaukee Business Journal
Carnevor's Shaikh 'cautiously optimistic' but has concerns about restaurant
Dr. John Raymond

Milwaukee Business Journal
Testing finds remdesivir helps COVID-19 patients, survive and recover faster
Dr. Mary Beth Graham
Published in Green Bay Press Gazette, Herald Times Reporter and several other statewide Gannett newspapers
 
TMJ 4
Wisconsin needs primary care doctors to fight next phase of COVID-19
Dr. Leonard Egede

Science Daily
Novel imaging application illuminates processes in cancer, COVID-19
Republished in Science Codex, Technology Networks and the Medical News 

CBS 58
Local shop owners excited to hear Mayfair Mall now offering curbside pickup
Dr. John Raymond
 
TMJ 4

Froedtert to begin using Remdesivir as COVID-19 treatment for patients after promising trial data
Dr. Mary Beth Graham and Dr. John Raymond 
 
CBS 58
Remdesivir is good news
Dr. Mary Beth Graham
 
Milwaukee Business Journal
Versiti BloodCenter collecting plasma for Covid-19 treatment experiments
Dr. Mary Beth Graham
 
CBS 58
Froedtert to participate in study to treat COVID-19 with new drug remdesivir
Dr. Mary Beth Graham

TUESDAY, APRIL 28

WUWM 89.7
Essay: Narrative Medicine in the Time of COVID-19
Dr. Bruce Campbell

Modern Healthcare
Clinical labs face many obstacles as they validate COVID-19 serology tests
Dr. Nathan Ledeboer
 
BizTimes
COVID-19 patient back home after receiving plasma, ventilator alternative at Froedtert
Dr. Lucian Durham, Kim Coubal
 
Milwaukee Business Journal
Lack of pandemic surge at Milwaukee-area hospital contributing to financial pain
Dr. John Raymond
 
CBS 58
CDC releases new guidelines for pets after small number test positive for COVID-19
Dr. John Raymond
 
Milwaukee Business Journal
Dr. Raymond on more curbside service: With care, 'we'll probably be OK'
Dr. John Raymond

USA TODAY
Less-invasive breathing therapies could keep 'significant number' of patients off ventilators
Dr. Rahul Nanchal, Dr. Lucian Durham

Milwaukee Public Radio
Changes Ahead For Wisconsin Businesses, As Evers Allows More To Operate
Dr. John Raymond

TMJ 4 and NBC 26 (Green Bay)
27-year-old Wisconsin man critically ill with COVID-19 saved thanks to blood pumping machine
Dr. Lucian Durham

MONDAY, APRIL 27

Milwaukee Community Journal
MaskUp MKE and How You Can Be a Part
 
Scuttlebutt Sailing News
Assisting communities during pandemic
Dr. Christopher Davis
 
Urban Milwaukee
Janesville Firm Making Millions of Masks
Dr. John Raymond
Syndicated on 40 outlets
 
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
A week after Evers unveiled a plan to reopen, there's little clarity on benchmarks like what metrics to monitor
Dr. John Raymond
Syndicated on Green Bay Press Gazette, Herald Times Reporter, Wisconsin Rapids Tribune
 
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
'Anecdotal evidence is overwhelmingly positive': Nearly 2,600 COVID-19 patients in the U.S. have been treated with plasma
Dr. Mary Beth Graham

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Less-invasive breathing therapies could keep 'significant number' of patients off ventilators
Dr. Rahul Nanchal

FOX 6
Governor Evers provides update on Badger Bounce Back plan Monday
Dr. John Raymond

Wisconsin Health News
WMC releases own plan to reopen the state's economy
Dr. John Raymond 

SUNDAY, APRIL 26

Milwaukee Business Journal 
Milwaukee health care execs eye resumption of suspended procedures after stunning revenue losses
Dr. John Raymond 

April 19-25

FRIDAY, APRIL 24

Milwaukee Business Journal 
Preparing to run businesses in 'the new normal'
Dr. John Raymond
 
BizTimes
Advocate Aurora Health discloses COVID-19 patient volumes
Dr. John Raymond

Milwaukee Magazine
The Four Phases of COVID-19 Restrictions, and Why We're Still in Phase Zero
Dr. Ben Weston

Wisconsin Health News
Milwaukee healthcare CEOs say some COVID-19 changes are here to stay
Dr. John Raymond

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
African Americans in Milwaukee are dying from coronavirus at higher rates than white residents. We shouldn't be surprised by that. 
Dr. Ben Weston 
 
Milwaukee Business Journal 
Wisconsin's coronavirus testing increases, as does overall number of cases, MCW leader says
Dr. John Raymond
 
Milwaukee Business Journal 
Mayor Barrett says focus on Milwaukee DNC in 2020, not 2024

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Blog Recap: Coronavirus updates from around Wisconsin on April 24-26, 2020
Syndicated on Green Bay Press-Gazette, Herald Times Reporter, Wisconsin Rapids Tribune
 
Milwaukee Courier
WI Business Owner Triples Initial Donation and Commits to Making 3.5 Million Face Mask Kits

FOX 6
'Take it home:' Mask kits distributed at Fiserv Forum to be assembled for frontline workers
Dr. Zeno Franco
 
CBS 58
'This is something that's bigger than basketball': Fiserv Forum opens to help distribute 2.5 million masks
Dr. Zeno Franco 

THURSDAY, APRIL 23

Spectrum News 1 
Spectrum News 1 Afternoon News and Weather
Dr. Ben Weston
 
Milwaukee Business Journal 
Uptick in Wisconsin COVID-19 cases 'bears some attention,' says Medical College CEO
Dr. John Raymond
 
CBS 58
Counties in need of more contact tracing staff as testing ramps up
Dr. John Raymond
 
WISN 12
Illinois to mandate face masks in public, but Wisconsin just recommends them
Dr. Joyce Sanchez 
 
The Daily Beast
Rich People Are Throwing Cash at Antibody Tests. Do They Even Work?
Dr. Nathan Ledeboer
Syndicated on Yahoo! News UK and Ireland
 
Business Insider
Rebel Converting Triples Initial Donation, Commits to Making 3.5 Million Face Mask Kits

WisBusiness.com
THU AM News: Nursing and group home operators aim to limit COVID-19 spread as resident deaths hit 79; Johnson addresses WMC webinar

WISN 12
12 News This Morning
 
WTMJ-AM
Wisconsin's Morning News
Dr. John Raymond

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 22

Insight on Business 
4/24 Update: Regional CEOs discuss managing COVID-19 crisis
Dr. John Raymond
 
Milwaukee Business Journal
One-day jump for COVID-19 cases in Wisconsin; Milwaukee growth stable: Medical College CEO
Dr. John Raymond
 
TMJ 4
Coronavirus: The Rundown
Dr. Ben Weston
 
LaCrosse Tribune
Versiti receives grant for COVID-19 plasma program
Dr. Gilbert White
 
BizTimes 
Medical College of Wisconsin model shows hospitals would fill in a month if all social distancing ended May 26
 
TMJ 4
TMJ4 News Today

TUESDAY, APRIL 21

WisBusiness.com
WED AM News: Task force leaders say energy sector has role in carbon-free electricity by 2050; COVID-19 cases from in-person election to be reported this week

CBS 58
First at-home COVID-19 test kits have arrived, here's what you need to know
Dr. John Raymond, Dr. Ben Weston 
 
Milwaukee Business Journal
Pandemic spread slowing statewide, but total cases still growing
Dr. John Raymond
 
Milwaukee Business Journal 
Republican-controlled Wisconsin Legislature files court action challenging Evers' extension of Safer at Home
Dr. John Raymond
 
Modern Healthcare
Scientists seeks solution to coronavirus testing bottleneck
Dr. Nathan Ledeboer

MONDAY, APRIL 20

WisBusiness.com
Doubling rate for COVID-19 cases showing 'remarkable progress'
Dr. John Raymond

TMJ 4
Froedtert: Plasma treatment looks hopeful for critically ill COVID-19 patients
Dr. Mary Beth Graham
 
WTMJ-AM
Wisconsin's Afternoon News
Dr. Mary Beth Graham

BizTimes
Five indicators officials are watching to safely reopen Wisconsin's economy
Dr. John Raymond
 
Milwaukee Business Journal
Coronavirus spread still slowing, but not reaching figures needed to lift Safer at Home
Dr. John Raymond

MIT News
MIT team races to fill COVID-19-related ventilator shortage
Dr. Alex Slocum Jr., surgical resident
 
Spectrum News 1
Spectrum News 1 Evening News
Dr. John Raymond
 
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
With new clusters and increasing deaths, Wisconsin has a ways to go before achieving Evers' coronavirus goals
 
CBS 58
Health experts say it's unlikely large events will happen by summer
Dr. John Raymond

TMJ 4
Medical professionals worry about mental health during and after pandemic
Dr. Erica Arrington

WISN 12
Bars, restaurants will look very different when Wisconsin allows reopening
Dr. Mustafa Hussein
 
M2 Pharma
Froedtert & the Medical College of Wisconsin treats COVID-19 patients with convalescent plasma treatment
 
TMJ 4
TMJ4 News Today

WisBusiness.com
TUE AM News: Evers casts doubt on tavern league 'soft reopening' request; Evers addresses backlash to stay-at-home extension
Dr. John Raymond

WTMJ
Wisconsin's Morning News
Dr. John Raymond

WUWM 89.7
Milwaukee Doctor Donates Plasma Three Times As Hospitals Try Convalescent Plasma To Treat COVID-19
Dr. Dave Lal, Dr. May Beth Graham
 
Vilas County News-Review
Letter to the editor: Republican leadership put state voters at risk
Dr. John Raymond
 
Milwaukee Magazine
7 Cases of COVID-19 Potentially Linked to Election Day in Milwaukee
Dr. Ben Weston
 
Milwaukee Business Journal
Wisconsin Gov. Evers tells state businesses to be patient, keep state moving forward
Dr. John Raymond

April 12-18

SATURDAY, APRIL 18

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
First four COVID-19 patients at Froedtert receive survivor plasma, MCW to study results
Dr. Mary Beth Graham, Dr. Lucian Durham, Kim Coubal

WRRD-AM
Today's Headlines

WISN-AM
The Word on Medicine
Drs. Evans, Fangman, Sanchez, Graham, Ledeboer, Lam and Raymond
 
The Chippewa Herald
Tom Still: Wisconsin biotech companies could play key roles in long-term economic recovery from COVID-19 pandemic
Syndicated on Madison.com, La Crosse Tribune
 
Our Issues Milwaukee
Ian B.K. Martin, MD, MBA, Chair of Emergency Medicine at the Medical College of Wisconsin
Dr. Ian Martin

FRIDAY, APRIL 17

WTMJ-AM
Wisconsin's Morning News
Dr. John Raymond

Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service
OPINION: 'We need your help to keep our caregivers safe': A letter to our community about COVID-19
Dr. John Raymond

WTMJ-AM
Steve Scaffidi Show
Dr. John Raymond

Wisconsin Health News
Evers' Safer-at-Home extension draws support from health groups, opposition from GOP, WMC
Dr. John Raymond

BizTimes
Wisconsin Health officials encourage providers to cast wider net in COVID-19 testing
Dr. John Raymond

Milwaukee Business Journal
Milwaukee Mayor Barrett supports extending Safer At Home as necessary policy
Dr. John Raymond

Milwaukee Business Journal
Staff cuts at DNC Host Committee resulted from fundraising challenges: Milwaukee Mayor Barrett
Dr. John Raymond

Milwaukee Business Journal
5 top health care system leaders to take part in virtual event on impact of pandemic on industry (Video)
Dr. John Raymond

CBS 58
Local grocery stores demand first responder status for their workers
Dr. John Raymond

MMAC
MMAC's plan for a smart restart to our economy, and preparing your company to compete in the next normal
Dr. John Raymond

THURSDAY, APRIL 16

WISN
Doctor explains why coronavirus disproportionately kills African Americans
Dr. Ivor Benjamin

Milwaukee Business Journal
Medical College CEO calls Evers' Safer At Home extension flexible. Waukesha County exec says it goes too far
Dr. John Raymond

TMJ 4
TMJ 4 News Today
Dr. John Raymond
 
WTMJ-AM
Wisconsin's Morning News
Dr. John Raymond
 
WHBL - Sheboygan's News Radio
WHBL News
Dr. John Raymond
 
KFIS
Health officials say curve has flattened, but need to be cautious
Dr. John Raymond
 
Wisconsin Health News
Milwaukee set to receive antimalarial drug for COVID-19
Dr. John Raymond
 
Wisconsin Health News
Health leaders see flattening of COVID-19 hospitalizations
Dr. John Raymond
 
Milwaukee Business Journal 
Medical College CEO Raymond's checklist for a 'smart restart' of Wisconsin's economy
Dr. John Raymond
 
WTMJ-AM
WTMJ News Radio
Dr. John Raymond
 
WTMJ 620
Coronavirus vaccine still a distant reality, Dr. Fauci's estimate of 12-18 months 'ridiculously optimistic' experts say
Dr. Mary Beth Graham
 
Wisconsin Public Radio
Coronavirus: Wisconsin Doctor Discusses The Latest
Dr. Mary Beth Graham 

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 15

NBC 15 – Madison
The Morning Show
Dr. John Raymond
 
WRRD
The Earl Ingram Show
Dr. Ivor Benjamin 
 
Milwaukee Business Journal
Key COVID-19 indicators continue to improve, but peak not here yet: MCW's Dr. John Raymond
Dr. John Raymond
 
CBS 58
Cancelled events in Milwaukee represent more than $45 million loss in economic impact
Dr. John Raymond

TUESDAY, APRIL 14

FOX 6
'Not going to be flipping a switch:' Gov. Evers, expert panel discuss paths to re-open economy
Dr. John Raymond
 
BizTimes
Southeastern Wisconsin hospitals still have ICU, ventilator capacity
Dr. John Raymond
 
Milwaukee Business Journal
COVID-19 patients at southeast Wisconsin hospitals don't exceed capacity for ICUs, ventilators
Dr. John Raymond
 
Insight on Business and Fox Cities Chamber
COVID-19 CEO Leadership Series continues this Friday
Dr. John Raymond
 
NBC 13 - La Crosse
WEAU News 13 at 6
Dr. John Raymond
 
WisBusiness.com
WED AM News: Pindel CEO says low profits making ventilator parts will pay off; Near West Side Partners educates residents on COVID-19
Dr. John Raymond

TMJ 4
Wisconsin health officials see early signs of flattening the curve
Dr. John Raymond
 
CBS 58
Coronavirus Q&A: Local doctor answers you questions about COVID-19
Dr. Christopher Davis
 
TMJ 4
Froedtert, Medical College of Wisconsin offer free COVID-19 screenings to police, fire, EMS

TMJ 4
Froedtert says 114 COVID-19 patients have been released from the hospital

BizTimes
Evers, Dr. Raymond weigh in on when Wisconsin can reopen the economy
Dr. John Raymond
 
WTMJ-AM Wisconsin’s Afternoon News
WTMJ Cares: Answering your health and medical questions about coronavirus
Drs. David Cipriano, Mary Beth Graham, Joni Williams

MONDAY, APRIL 13

Milwaukee Business Journal
Gov. Evers unsure about when stay at home will end, executives expect extended recovery
Dr. John Raymond
 
TMJ 4
'We've been worried'" Health officials prepare for impact of election, Easter on COVID-19 outbreak
Dr. John Raymond
 
Milwaukee Business Journal
Spread of COVID-19 state cases stabilizing: time nears to discuss restarting economy: Medical College CEO
Dr. John Raymond

WTMJ-AM Wisconsin’s Morning News
Hay fever or virus? For allergy sufferers, a season of worry.
Dr. Barry Pelz
 
Wisconsin Health News
MCW Endowment Awards $4.8 Million to Fight COVID-19
Dr. Jesse Ehrenfeld
 
Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service
‘We expect, encounter and survive in crisis situations all the time’: How Milwaukee grassroots leaders mobilized to help voters on Election Day

 
April 5-11

SATURDAY, APRIL 11

Urban Milwaukee
Grants Target COVID-19 Racial Disparities
Dr. Jesse Ehrenfeld
 
Milwaukee Courier and Madison Times
Medical College of Wisconsin Holds Town Hall on COVID-19
Drs. Raymond, Sanchez and Martin

FRIDAY, APRIL 10

WisBusiness.com
FRI AM News: In-person voting expected to contribute to spread of COVID-19; WisBusiness: The Podcast with Scott Hoffman of WIN Technology
Dr. John Raymond
 
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Nearly $1.5 million in grants awarded to prevent spread of coronavirus in Milwaukee

WTMJ-AM
Jeff Wagner Show
Dr. John Raymond
 
Milwaukee Business Journal
Wisconsin's largest business group urges Gov. Evers to end Safer At Home by April 24
Dr. John Raymond
 
WUWM 
Medical College of Wisconsin Doctor Answers Your Coronavirus Questions
Dr. Joyce Sanchez
 
AAMC.org
Podcast: Who Gets That Ventilator? Bioethics in the Era of COVID
Dr. Arthur Derse
 
Fox 6
Milwaukee leaders seek solutions as COVID-19 continues to hit African-American community hard

TMJ 4 
Milwaukee hospitals at critically low levels of personal protective equipment
Dr. Raymond
 
WSAW (Wausau)
Critical PPE shortages at central Wisconsin hospitals: Understanding the data
Dr. John Raymond 
 
CBS 58
Devastating:' Milwaukee Co. leaders say racial inequity causing spread of COVID-19 in Black community
Dr. Jesse Ehrenfeld
 
TMJ 4
County ramping up efforts to curb COVID-19 in African-American communities

THURSDAY, APRIL 9

Milwaukee Business Journal
Data available next week on when to relax social distancing in Wisconsin: Medical College CEO
Dr. John Raymond
 
BizTimes
Advancing a Healthier Wisconsin Endowment awards $4.8 million in grants to support COVID-19 response
Dr. Jesse Ehrenfeld

WISN-TV
WISN 12 News
 
Milwaukee Business Journal
Ascension Wisconsin, Medical College execs disclose 'huge hit' to revenue from COVID-19
Dr. John Raymond
 
TIME
How to Make a DIY Face Mask for Coronavirus
 
Wisconsin Health News
Improving projection should encourage more social distancing, say Milwaukee County officials
Dr. John Raymond

GM Today
Milwaukee man released from hospital after being on ventilator for COVID-19

FOX 6
43-year-old with COVID-19 thanks 'everybody who helped me' upon release from Froedtert

Journal Sentinel-West Community NOW
After three weeks at Froedtert and eight days on a ventilator, a man who had coronavirus has been released

WTMJ 620
'Thank you for saving my life': Coronavirus patient goes home after doctors, nurses and other professionals at Froedtert and Medical College of Wisconsin Hospital get the job done
 
WisBusiness.com
THU AM News: DHS predicts coronavirus infections to peak in three to six weeks; COVID-19 death disparity in Milwaukee, statewide
Dr. John Raymond

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 8

Milwaukee Business Journal
'Too early to tell' whether Gov. Evers will lift Safer At Home order: Health secretary Palm
Dr. John Raymond
 
CBS 58
CBS 58 News at Noon
Dr. John Raymond
 
Wisconsin Health News
Milwaukee Health Officials Anticipate Mid-April Launch of Surge Facility
Dr. John Raymond
 
Milwaukee Business Journal
Dr. Raymond: Area bending COVID-19 curve, but still waiting for number of new cases to drop
Dr. John Raymond
 
WisBusiness.com
WED AM News: Manufacturer providing rollers for critical supply chains; Wisconsin 'close to' becoming hot spot for coronavirus
Dr. John Raymond
 
WMLW (The M)
CBS 58 News at 7am on WMLW
Dr. John Raymond
 
WTMJ-AM
Wisconsin's Morning News
Dr. John Raymond   

TUESDAY, APRIL 7

Milwaukee Business Journal
Wisconsin residents at voting stations should follow CDC guidelines, MCW's Dr. Raymond says
Dr. John Raymond
 
CBS 58
Coronavirus care facility at State Fair Park to open April 21 as ICU and ventilator capacity nears
Dr. John Raymond
 
AAMC.org
A nightmare approaches: Hospitals painfully prepare for life and death decisions
Dr. Arthur Derse
 
WTMJ-AM
Wisconsin's Afternoon News

Watertown Daily Times
Updates provided on wearing of COVID-19 face masks

Wisconsin Health News
New orders target healthcare providers' flexibilities
Dr. John Raymond
 
The Business Journals Network
The National Observer: Tuesday, April 7, 2020
Dr. John Raymond

MONDAY, APRIL 6

CBS 58
CBS 58 News at 10 
Dr. John Raymond
 
NBC 26 Green Bay,
TMJ 4 and NBC 15
Coronavirus survivor donates plasma in hopes to save lives, one of the first in Wisconsin
Dr. Dave Lal
 
CBS 58
Area medical students make face coverings to distribute to underserved areas
Dr. John Raymond
 
Milwaukee Business Journal
Dr. Raymond: Local ICUs could hit capacity in 10 days, before COVID-19 cases crest
Dr. John Raymond

Wisconsin Public Radio
'They All Have This Superpower': Researchers Want Plasma From Recovered COVID-19 Patients
Dr. Mary Beth Graham
Republished on Sawyer County Record and Urban Milwaukee

SUNDAY, APRIL 5

WXOW-TV (ABC)
UpFront
Aired throughout Wisconsin on ABC channels
 
The Eagle
Opinion: Doctors don't have the guidance we need for this pandemic
Dr. Rachel Morris

March 29-April 4

SATURDAY, APRIL 4

CNN
How to make your own face mask
Syndicated in 28 other outlets nationwide
 
WISN-AM 
The Word on Medicine
Dr. John Fangman, Dr. Joyce Sanchez, Dr. Nate Ledeboer

FRIDAY, APRIL 3

Milwaukee Business Journal
Dr. Raymond: Wisconsin must 'work harder' to slow doubling rate of COVID-19
Dr. John Raymond
Syndicated in News Break and BizNewsIndex
 
WTMJ 620
Medical College of Wisconsin recommends use of cloth face masks
Syndicated in 88 other outlets nationwide
 
CBS 58
Doctors: People who live in an apartment complex have a higher risk of getting COVID-19
Dr. John Raymond
 
TMJ4
Wisconsin health officials echo CDC cloth mask guidelines
 
Wisconsin Public Radio
Wisconsin Health Officials Urge Patience During Pandemic
Dr. John Raymond
 
Wisconsin Health News
MCW CEO: Next two weeks critical to leveling COVID-19 surge
Dr. John Raymond
 
WisBusiness.com
FRI AM News: Ag leaders calling for purchase program for excess dairy products; WisBusiness: The Podcast with Kathy Henrich of the Milwaukee Tech Hub Coalition
Dr. John Raymond

THURSDAY, APRIL 2

Milwaukee Business Journal
Here's what's inside our resource guide for Milwaukee-area small businesses impacted by COVID-19

CBS 58
Saukville company Rebel Converting donating kits to help make millions of masks
Dr. Christopher Davis
 
Milwaukee Business Journal
Medical College CEO: 'Our (COVID-19) surge is probably going to be two weeks from now'
Dr. John Raymond
 
FOX 6
Saukville company converts factory to make masks for health care workers: 'It's a different culture'
Dr. Christopher Davis
 
WTAQ-FM
Coronavirus Update
Dr. John Raymond
 
Spectrum News 1
Spectrum News 1 News & Weather
Dr. John Raymond
 
BizTimes
Versiti to collect plasma from recovered COVID-19 patients for potential treatment
Dr. Gilbert White
 
WTMJ-AM - Steve Scaffidi Show
Dr. Jon Lehrmann

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 1

Fox 47
FOX 47 News at 9
Dr. John Raymond
 
CBS 12 – West Palm Beach, FL
CBS 12 News This Morning at 4:30am

CBS 58
CBS 58 Morning News at 4:30am
Dr. John Raymond
 
WTMJ-AM
Wisconsin's Morning News
Dr. John Raymond
 
WisBusiness.com
MCW president leaning toward people wearing masks in public
Dr. John Raymond
 
WRRD-AM
The Earl Ingram Show
Dr. Leonard Egede
 
Vox
Everything you need to know about making your own face mask

WTAQ-FM
COVID-19 Update
Dr. John Raymond
 
Wisconsin Public Radio
Pregnant Women Worry About Coronavirus For Themselves And Baby
Dr. Garrett Fitzgerald
 
Wisconsin Public Radio
Wisconsin Infectious Disease Specialist On Precautions To Combat The Coronavirus
MCW expert: Dr. Mary Beth Graham

BizTimes
Wisconsin receives second PPE shipment from federal stockpile

Spectrum News 1 
Spectrum News 1 Evening News
Dr. John Raymond
 
Milwaukee Business Journal 
Wisconsin records highest one-day COVID-19 hike, but social distancing making impact: Medical College CEO
Dr. John Raymond
 
PND Blog
Private Foundations Step Up Funding for COVID-19 Response Efforts

FOX 6
5 more deaths due to COVID-19 in Milwaukee County bring total to 16; 34 statewide
Dr. John Raymond
 
CBS 7 (Greenville, South Carolina)
7 News at 5:30pm
Dr. John Raymond

TUESDAY, MARCH 31

TMJ4 News Today          
Dr. John Raymond
 
CBS 58 Morning News at 6am
Dr. John Raymond and Dr. Ian Martin
 
FOX 6 Wake-Up News at 6
Dr. John Raymond
 
NBC 26 Today Green Bay

CBS 58 News at 7am on WMLW
Dr. John Raymond and Dr. Ian Martin
 
WTMJ-AM
Wisconsin's Morning News
Dr. John Raymond
 
WUWM-FM
Morning Edition
Dr. John Raymond
 
WTMJ-AM
Steve Scaffidi Show
Dr. John Raymond
 
WUWM 89.7
Coronavirus: Tourism-Dependent Counties in Wisconsin Hard Hit By Virus
Dr. John Raymond
 
BizTimes
Advocate Aurora to establish overflow emergency department tents at all hospitals
Dr. John Raymond
 
CBS 58
Doctors: CDC could update recommendations for facemasks
Dr. John Raymond
 
Swagher.net
Black Health Matters: Why is the African-American community in Milwaukee being hit harder with COVID-19?
Dr. John Raymond

WMLW
CBS 58 News at 9 on WMLW
Dr. John Raymond

MONDAY, MARCH 30

Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service
Opinion: Quarantine within a quarantine: The intersectionality of African Americans, historical trauma and coronavirus

Milwaukee Magazine
A Webinar Tonight Will Answer Your Coronavirus Questions
Dr. John Raymond

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Reading genetic sequence saved Wisconsin boy in 2009: now it may help scientists stop coronavirus
Syndicated in the Sheboygan Press, Green Bay Press-Gazette, Herald Times Reporter, Marshfield News Herald

WISN-TV
Useful links: Applying for jobs, unemployment & resources

Patch – Wauwatosa
Treating Infectious Disease in a Time of Crisis
Dr. Kenneth Swanson

WMLW - The M
CBS 58 News at 7 am on WMLW
Dr. David Cipriano

CBS 58 
Doctors answer dozens of coronavirus questions during first Medical College of Wisconsin virtual town hall meeting
Dr. John Raymond and Dr. Ian Martin
 
Milwaukee Business Journal
Wisconsin's New COVID-19 cases dipped over weekend but may be due to reporting: Medical College CEO
Dr. John Raymond
 

SUNDAY, MARCH 29

Spectrum News 1
Where to donate PPE to support medical workers in Wisconsin
Syndicated in Green Bay and Madison

Racine County Eye
Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers relaxes rules to boost health care workforce during coronavirus pandemic
Jamie Silkey, PA
Syndicated on Madison365.com, Wisconsin Public Radio

Sun Prairie Star
Regulations might be keeping PAs from COVID-19 fight
Jamie Silkey, PA

March 22-28

MONDAY, MARCH 23

WTMJ-AM Wisconsin’s Afternoon News
Childcare for healthcare workers
Greg Wesley

Patch
Local philanthropic coalition formed in response to COVID-19
Dr. John Raymond

Wisconsin Health News
MCW endowment announces grants to support COVID-19 response
Dr. Jesse Ehrenfeld

BizTimes
Medical College of Wisconsin endowment makes $5 million available for COVID-19 response
Local philanthropic coalition raises $1.2 million to help community during coronavirus outbreak
Dr. Jesse Ehrenfeld, Dr. John Raymond

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Boosting production of ventilators is a race against time - and it won't be easy
Dr. Jay Goldberg

TMJ 4
Medical leaders prepare for a long-fight with COVID-19
Dr. Ben Weston

FOX 6
‘We’re calling on the community:’ State Fair Park Expo Center set up as PPE donation site
Dr. Ben Weston

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
'When will this end?' and 19 other coronavirus questions answered by Wisconsin doctors
Dr. Joyce Sanchez and Dr. Mary Beth Graham
(Continuously updating)

Washington County Insider
Froedtert West Bend offers telehealth virtual visits

TUESDAY, MARCH 24

Milwaukee Business Journal
Wisconsin hospitals will suffer COVID-19 crisis as soon as three weeks: Medical College CEO
Dr. John Raymond

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
After a Wauwatosa doctor asked for more protective masks, community members donated more than 400 protective items
Dr. Paul Bergl

BizTimes
Evers' 'safer at home' order could last for one month
Dr. John Raymond

Milwaukee Business Journal
MMAC coronavirus task force called Gov. Evers urging 'safer at home' order: Sheehy
Dr. John Raymond

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Who's at greatest risk from coronavirus and what could save them
Dr. Mary Beth Graham

Wisconsin Health News
Evers issues "safer-at-home" order

WisBusiness.com
TUE AM News: Evers pledges 'buffer' for people ahead of 'safer at home' order; Tech Council urging 'broad view' of essential businesses

Becker’s Hospital Review
10 physicians' creative solutions for addressing hospital protective gear shortage
Dr. Paul Bergl

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
With better immune systems, children rarely get severe coronavirus. But they easily spread it.
Dr. Rodney Willoughby
Syndicated on Green Bay Press Gazette

WISN 12
Experts explain why Gov. Evers' Safer at Home order is for 30 days
Dr. John Raymond
(Re-aired on 3/25 at 1:30 am and 4:30 am)

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 25

Philanthropy News Digest
Private Foundations Step Up Funding for COVID-19 Response Efforts

WisBusiness.com
WED AM News: MMAC urged Evers to issue stay-at-home order; Evers' order includes lengthy list of essential businesses
Dr. Robert Gleeson, Dr. John Raymond

Waukesha Freeman
Froedtert offering $0 co-pays for virtual visits

TMJ 4
Froedtert, Medical College of Wisconsin now accepting donations of health care supplies

FOX 6
Froedtert & MCW accepting equipment donations for staff, patients and visitors

Wisconsin Examiner
'We put the value of human life at a higher level'

BizTimes
Coronavirus could put massive strain on Wisconsin's health system
Dr. John Raymond

BizTimes
Hospitalization demand in Wisconsin could exceed capacity in 3-5 weeks
Dr. John Raymond

BizTimes
Local organizations form "Maskforce" to provide nurses, doctors with personal protective equipment
Dr. John Roddy

WUWM
Essay: Waiting For Coronavirus
Dr. Bruce Campbell

Milwaukee Magazine
How Philanthropic Groups Are Banding Together in Milwaukee
Dr. John Raymond

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Live coronavirus updates - Froedtert and Medical College accepting donations
Ongoing article

Wisconsin Watch
Wisconsin physician assistants want to 'step up' to fight coronavirus. State regulations may be getting in the way.
Jamie Silkey, PA

Milwaukee Business Journal
Physician Assistants Want to 'Step Up' To Fight Coronavirus
Jamie Silkey, PA

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
You can donate surgical masks and respirators to Froedtert Hospital; here's what it needs

Fox 6
News at 9

Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service Facebook
Flattening the Curve infographic

THURSDAY, MARCH 26

MKE Lifestyle Facebook
Flattening the Curve infographic

Milwaukee Courier
Flattening The COVID-19 Curve

Milwaukee Magazine
Wisconsin Needs to Work Harder to Flatten the Curve

WTMJ 620
Medical College CEO: Wisconsin hospitals to be in 'crisis' in weeks at current pace of coronavirus pandemic
Dr. John Raymond
(Re-aired on TMJ4 News at 12:30 pm)

Milwaukee Business Journal
Medical College's philanthropy arm offering emergency grants for virus response
Dr. Jesse Ehrenfeld

WTMJ 620
Medical College CEO: Wisconsin hospitals to be in 'crisis' in weeks at current pace of coronavirus pandemic
Dr. John Raymond
(Re-aired on TMJ4 News at 12:30 pm)

The Madison Times
Flattening the COVID-19 Curve

TMJ 4 – Facebook
Flattening the Curve infographic

Health Affairs Blog
Part I: What Are Foundations Doing In The Fight Against COVID-19?

WISN 12
12 News at 5:00 pm – Flattening the Curve

TMJ 4
TMJ4 News at 12:30 pm
Dr. John Raymond

FRIDAY, MARCH 27

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Maker of the Racing Sausages and Bucky Badger mascot is now producing medical masks for Wisconsin hospitals
Dr. L. Silvia Munoz-Price

Wisconsin Public Radio
COVID-19 Deaths Concentrated in Milwaukee's African American Community
Dr. John Raymond
Republished in Urban Milwaukee

Milwaukee Business Journal
State of Wisconsin resources for small businesses
Dr. John Raymond

Radio Milwaukee
Local doctor shares 5 ways to practice positivity during pandemic
Dr. Malika Siker

Journal of Emergency Medical Services
The Medical College of Wisconsin's Philanthropic Wing Announces Up to $5 million in Grants for Coronavirus Response
Dr. Jesse Ehrenfeld

CBS 58
Local woman shares labor experience, motherhood amid coronavirus outbreak
Dr. Camille Garrison

WUWM 89.7 Morning Edition
Milwaukee Hospitals Tout Telemedicine In The Time Of COVID-19
Mike Anderes
Syndicated on KYUK

Milwaukee Business Journal
Reopening of small firms biggest concern of Milwaukee-area execs
Dr. John Raymond

WISN 12
12 News This Morning – Flattening the Curve

SATURDAY, MARCH 28

WISN-AM
The Word on Medicine
Dr. Doug Evans and Dr. Rana Higgins

March 15-21

MONDAY, MARCH 16

Wisconsin Health News
MCW CEO warns coronavirus could overwhelm state's healthcare facilities
Dr. John Raymond on hospital capacity

TUESDAY, MARCH 17

Wisconsin Public Radio
Pandemic Prompts Hospitals To Postpone Some Surgeries
Dr. John Raymond on hospital capacity

Milwaukee Business Journal
COVID-19 disrupts business as usual for major Milwaukee employers
Dr. John Raymond

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 18

BizTimes
Advocate Aurora plans drive-thru COVID-19 testing at several locations
Dr. John Raymond on testing and hospital capacity

The Daily Beast
America Botched Coronavirus Testing. We're About to Find Out Just How Badly.
Dr. Nathan Ledeboer on testing

MMAC
Coronavirus Guidance & Resources
Dr. John Raymond

THURSDAY, MARCH 19

Elemental
What to Do If You Think You Have Coronavirus
Dr. Anna Corey on symptoms, testing and treatment

WUWM
Lake Effect (Re-run)
Dr. Jon Gould on GERD/Health management during pandemic

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Chinese hospital's handbook on prevention and treatment of coronavirus details battlefield mentality
Dr. Mary Beth Graham on hospital guidelines

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Doctors begin treating coronavirus patients with drugs licensed for other diseases as push to launch clinical trials continues
Dr. Rodney Willoughby on treatment
Syndicated on Wisconsin Rapids Tribune, Herald Times

FOX 6
Healthcare provides under strain; new policies at Milwaukee-area hospitals amid COVID-19 pandemic

TMJ 4
TMJ4 News at Noon
Froedtert & MCW statement on testing

TMJ 4
Froedtert & the Medical College of Wisconsin limiting visitors at its hospitals amid coronavirus
Froedtert & MCW statement on testing

FRIDAY, MARCH 20

Milwaukee Business Journal
MCW leader vaulting to forefront of warning employers they need to act
Dr. John Raymond on minimizing spread

TMJ 4
Coronavirus in Wisconsin: Updates from March 15-19

WISN-AM
Weekly medical update with Dave Michaels
Dr. Joyce Sanchez

WUWM
Morning Edition
Dr. David Margolis on blood donation

FOX 6
How to protect yourself, others during COVID-19 pandemic
Dr. Joyce Sanchez

NBC 26 Green Bay
Medical College of Wisconsin-Green Bay holds Match Day online
Dr. Matt Hunsaker, medical student Collin Hess

NBC 12 Wausau-Rhinelander
Coronavirus brings new experience for future doctors
Dr. Lisa Dodson

WISN-AM The Friday Afternoon Show
Part 1 | Part 2
Dr. Karen Kersting

SATURDAY, MARCH 21

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Cases soar, response deepens and help develops as coronavirus carves ever deeper into daily life in Wisconsin