Gov. Tony Evers has extended Wisconsin's Safer at Home Order to May 26.
Under Emergency Order #28, starting April 24, some non-essential businesses may begin running minimum basic operations, including deliveries, mailings, and curb-side pick-up. Other changes under the new Emergency Order include:
Golf courses reopening
Public libraries reopening for curbside pickup
Arts and crafts stores reopening for curbside pickup of supplies to make face masks and other PPE
Aesthetic or optional exterior construction work done by one person may continue
Schools closed for the remainder of the 2019-20 school year
Gov. Evers Signs COVID-19 Legislation
Yesterday, the Wisconsin state Senate unanimously passed and Gov. Tony Evers signed AB 1038, the comprehensive legislative package to address COVID-19. With the governor's signature, the bill is now enacted as 2019 Act 185.
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