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Track key metrics around how Covid-19 is impacting Dane County residents, including number of tests, number of confirmed cases, and deaths.
The United Way 211 program connects people with the social services they need, including financial assistance, food resources, housing search, addiction treatment, health care, mental health, or heating and utilities assistance.
M.O.M. continues to serve clients, but has modified operations. They are still distributing food boxes, but ask that food pick-ups are limited to once a week. People who have not yet registered for food pantry services can now do so onsite. They also have case managers available for people needing financial assistance. Volunteers are needed at Second Harvest Food Bank.
The City of Middleton has created a dedicated page for COVID-19 updates that includes updates on city services. The April 7th election has been moved to Kromrey to reduce crowding and to reduce the number of election officials needed. All voters are encouraged to request an absentee ballot if possible.
The Middleton Chamber of Commerce has created a dedicated COVID-19 Business resources page. Not only does this page have information about how to get support for your own business, it also contains a directory of local small businesses and restaurants you can support.