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Evers’ Stay at Home Order Kicks in Tomorrow

By John Forester | March 24, 2020

From WisPolitics.com …
Gov. Tony Evers’ order shutting down nonessential businesses will kick in at 8 a.m. tomorrow and last through April 24, or until a superseding one is issued.

The order includes a host of businesses that will be allowed to remain open from grocery stores and pharmacies to auto repair shops and banks.

The order also doesn’t apply to those businesses that provide food, shelter, social services and “other necessities of life for economically disadvantaged or otherwise vulnerable individuals.”

Evers’ order lays out details of the “safer-at-home” order he previewed yesterday. It also bans nonessential travel.

See reaction throughout the day at WisPolitics.com and in the PM Update.

See the release here.

See the order here. 

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