Emergency Order #36 – Monday, May 11th
Governor Evers announced Emergency Order #36 allows all standalone or strip-mall based retail stores to offer in-person shopping for up to five customers at a time while maintaining required social distancing practices. The order also allows drive-in theaters to operate with some restrictions. This order goes into effect immediately. For more information on the order, please see the emergency order #36 document.
Emergency Order #34 – Monday, April 27th
Governor Tony Evers announced what he’s calling an interim order, adding to the ‘Safer at Home’ order which runs until May 26. He says it’s an effort to start to reopen Wisconsin’s economy, by allowing some non-essential businesses to safely open. Emergency Order #34 allows some non-essential businesses to start opening back up. For more information on the order, please see the emergency order #34 document.
Emergency Order #33 – Friday, April 24th
For more information on the order, please see the emergency order #33 document.
Emergency Order #32 – Thursday, April 23rd
Governor Tony Evers and Wisconsin Department of Health Services Secretary-designee Andrea Palm today signed Emergency Order #32, relating to the operation of an alternative care facility (ACF) at State Fair Park in West Allis. For more information on the order, please see the emergency order #32 document.
Emergency Order #31 (Badger Bounce Back) – Monday, April 20th
Governor Tony Evers announced Wisconsin’s “Badger Bounce Back” plan which outlines important criteria for Wisconsin to be able to reopen its economy in phases and includes steps to make sure workers and businesses are prepared to reopen as soon as it is safe to do so. In coordination with this announcement, at the direction of the governor, Wisconsin Department of Health Services Secretary-designee Andrea Palm issued Emergency Order #31 establishing the process and outlining the phases of the plan. For more information on the order, please see the emergency order #31 document.