There’s still going to be a Democratic National Convention in Milwaukee next August, but it’s going to look very different. State delegations have been told not to travel to the city and the convention has been moved from the Fiserv Forum to the Wisconsin Center. There will be satellite events around the country. Delegates will cast their votes remotely, but former Vice President Joe Biden is still going to come to the city to formally accept his party’s nomination. The Democratic Party made the changes based on consultations with public health officials about the coronavirus pandemic.