Gov. Tony Evers has declared an Emergency Order, requiring individuals to wear face coverings.

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.


Masks Required:

  • 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.

  • When outdoors.

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.



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