V100.7 Presents Stay At Home, Stay Safe

V100.7 Presents Stay At Home Safe - A Special Conversation About The Coronavirus

After the success of our first program on April 8th, V100.7 is proud to announce a second show on April 29th! Listen at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, April 29th for this special program.

An in depth, honest conversation on the coronavirus and the effect it’s having on your life. Be ready to text in your questions to 414-799-1007 and join us live on the V100.7 Facebook or Instagram Pages! Brought to you by Milwaukee County Stay Home MKE, Advocate Aurora Health, Medical College of Wisconsin Department of Surgery, Children's Wisconsin, The All of Us Research Program, and V100.7!

You can listen to the April 8 show here:

Milwaukee County Stay Home MKE

Milwaukee County's Stay Home Save Likes MKE web page encourages everyone to save lives by staying home. Offering important information and resources, Milwaukee County's Stay Home Save Lives MKE campaign is committed to keeping you safe and informed during the COVID-19 pandemic.


Advocate Aurora Health

Advocate Aurora Health is here 24/7 to help you stay safe and healthy.

COVID-19 is especially serious for those with high blood pressure, diabetes, heart disease and other conditions – and can be deadly. And within our African American communities, the impact seems to be even greater. Let’s take care of each other by practicing social distancing. This means staying home except for work, grocery shopping or picking up medications. Don’t gather in groups or plays sports outside with others.If you or your loved ones have to go out, stay at least 6 feet away from others if possible and wear a cloth mask.And be sure to wash your hands often. If you have questions about COVID-19, visit AAH.org/covid19 for important information and our symptom checker. You can also schedule a video visit with our LiveWell app. Or, call our hotline at 866-4-HEALTH. We’re in this together. We are Advocate Aurora Health.


Medical College of WI, Dept of Surgery

The Medical College of Wisconsin opened its doors in 1885 and now is one of the largest multi-specialty practices in the country with over 1,600 physicians and 650 nurse practitioners and physician assistants, who provide care to patients of all ages at hospitals and clinics throughout eastern and central Wisconsin.MCW doctors and NPs and PAs are caring for patients with COVID-19 as well as all of you who have health concerns unrelated to this nasty virus.In fact, the importance of caring for you when you do not have COVID-19 will be discussed by our experts this Saturday on The Word on Medicine, to include an inspirational visit from Mr. Baseball, Hall of Famer, Bob Uecker.


Children’s Wisconsin

Front-line staff across Children’s Wisconsin are working around the clock to support Milwaukee and provide the best possible care for patients impacted by COVID-19. At Children’s Wisconsin, kids will always be our priority —and kids can’t be healthy unless their community is also healthy. Thanks for everything you are doing—especially staying at home when you can. We are in this together.


The All of Us Research Program

The All of Us Research Program is dedicated to better health, both in the future and today. As the COVID-19 situation evolves, we’re committed to providing information and resources to help Milwaukee residents stay healthy and safe. In times like this, health research feels especially important. Together, we can help make a difference in speeding up research and improving the health of our communities.