Adam Edelman12h ago / 6:42 PM UTCWisconsin Gov. Tony Evers on Monday signed an executive order suspending all in-person voting for Tuesday’s primary and moved the date of the election to June 9 amid concerns about the coronavirus pandemic.The order also convenes the state legislature for a special session on Tuesday to deal with the issue.“Today, I signed an executive order suspending in-person voting for tomorrow’s election,” Evers said in a statement. “Frankly, there’s no good answer to this problem — I wish it were easy.”“As municipalities are consolidating polling locations, and absent legislative or court action, I cannot in good conscience stand by and do nothing. The bottom line is that I have an obligation to keep people safe, and that’s why I signed this executive order today,” he added.Read the full story here.Grocery stores are starting to take social distancing more seriously:Starting tomorrow, Kroger will limit the number of shoppers to half the building code’s capacity “to allow for proper physical distancing in every store.” They’re also testing “one-way aisles”#coronavirus— Jo Ling Kent (@jolingkent) April 6, 2020 David K. Li12h ago / 6:15 PM UTCMore than 16,000 dead in ItalyDoctors treat a COVID-19 patient in an intensive care

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