Democratic Sen.Tammy Baldwin urged President Trump to send COVID-19 supplies to Wisconsin, citing six months of shortages that have further exacerbated mounting cases and hospitalizations in recent weeks. "I urged you to act to deliver this assistance swiftly," Baldwin said, citing an earlier letter to Trump in April. "It is now six months later, and Wisconsin is still experiencing supply shortages, which couldn't come at a worse time." "It is long past time for you to show leadership and take action to support our state with the supplies that we need and deserve," Baldwin wrote in her follow-up missive Friday.
Wisconsin reported 3,861 new cases of coronavirus in the state on Friday and 135 new hospitalizations, straining an already.