Month-long Safer At Home Order begins Wednesday

Wisconsin residents will be asked to spend a lot more time indoors after Governor Tony Evers officially issued his Safer at Home order Tuesday morning. Beginning Wednesday at 8 a.m., non-essential travel with some exceptions will be prohibited as the state tries to control the COVID-19 outbreak. Residents will be allowed to perform tasks to essential maintain health and safety for themselves and family members and to get the necessary items for staying at home. A limited number of businesses, like health care operations, food retailers, child care facilities, and hardware stores, are allowed to still operate under the order.  It will remain in effect until April 24th or otherwise notified. You can read the full order by clicking the links below.


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