MADISON – Today, Governor Evers released the full “Safer at Home” emergency order, which requires Wisconsinites to stay at home and cease social contact with anyone who is not a member of their household, except for essential activities, government functions, and essential business operations. The order will go into effect tomorrow morning, and will run through April 24, 2020. Rep. Greta Neubauer released the following statement:

“There’s no way around it, the weeks ahead will be a difficult time for all of us as we self-isolate with our households and wait out the COVID-19 storm. But in the face of COVID-19, we all must sacrifice together, so we can protect our vulnerable neighbors and essential workers who can’t stay home. The Safer at Home Order is a critical step in keeping our community safe and preventing the loss of life through the COVID-19 pandemic.

“Please continue reaching out to me with your questions, concerns, and comments, or even if you just want to say hello. My staff and I will still be here from 9:00am to 5:00pm, Monday through Friday, working from home. If we can’t get to your call right away, know we will get back to you soon — we do our absolute best to respond within 24 hours.”

Governor Tony Evers’ Safer at Home order is available here:

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