Madison365 Week in Review for September 18


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    State data indicate unvaccinated people are four times more likely to contract, eight times more likely to be hospitalized with, and 11 times more likely to die of the disease than vaccinated people.



    The 20th annual Viva Mexico Festival is set for Sunday at Breese Stevens Field.




    CEOs of Tomorrow’s fall teen entrepreneurship program is now accepting applications.




    Madison’s two Hmong grocery stores are hosting community vaccination clinics throughout September.




    Anthony Hudson has been named regional president of BMO Bank.




    Milton Javier Bravo was named vice president of mission, values and inclusion at Edgewood College.




    Madison schools are moving toward a moratorium on out-of-school suspensions for elementary students.




    The UJAMAA Business Network is showcasing Black-owned businesses at events in the Madison area.




    The Ho-Chunk Nation and Madison College are working together to collect donations for Afghani refugees living at Fort McCoy.




    The Wisconsin Latino Chamber of Commerce launched its Hispanic Heritage Month celebration with the announcement of a new small business loan fund.

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