Updated: Aug 10
Gov. Tony Evers has declared a Public Health Emergency, and issued an Emergency Order, requiring individuals to wear face coverings when indoors and not in a private residence, with some exceptions.
When indoors or in an enclosed space that is not your private residence.
When other people are in the same room or space (not your private residence).
Ex: Two coworkers share an office space. Even if 6 ft distancing can occur, masks are still required.
Ex: Coworkers have separate enclosed offices. If a coworker goes into the other enclosed office, masks are required.
Ex: Coworkers share the same office building, and they all use cubicles. Masks are required.
Masks Not Required:
When at your private residence.
You are indoors and there is not another person in the room or space.
Ex: Two coworkers share the same office building, but they each have complete separate offices. Masks are not required.
Children under the age of 5. Children under the age of 2 should NOT wear a face covering.
It is highly recommended to wear a face covering when you are outdoors and physical distancing (6 ft) can't be maintained. Children between the ages of 2-5 are encouraged to wear a face covering when physical distancing can't be maintained.