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- Allowing everyone who needs a test to get a test. The plan aims to complete an average of 12,000 tests per day. Earlier today, Evers announced efforts that are underway to accelerate the state’s testing capacity.
- Expanding contact tracing, with the goal of every Wisconsinite who tests positive being interviewed within 24 hours of receiving their test results and their contacts being interviewed within 48 hours of test results.
- Growing the state’s supply of PPE for health care and public safety workers.
- A downward trajectory of influenza-like illnesses and COVID-19 symptoms reported within a 14-day period, and a downward trajectory of positive tests as a percent of total tests within a 14-day period.
- Gatherings of up to 10 people
- Restaurants to reopen with social distancing requirements
- Removing certain restrictions, including retail restrictions, for essential businesses and operations
- Additional operations for nonessential businesses
- K-12 schools to resume in-person learning
- Child care settings to resume full operation
- Bars remain closed, but takeout and delivery is allowed
- Gatherings of up to 50 people
- Restaurants to resume full operation
- Bars to reopen with social distancing requirements
- Nonessential businesses to resume with social distancing requirements
- Post-secondary education institutions to resume operations
Phase three would resume all business activity and gatherings, with minimal protective and preventative measures for the general public and more protective measures for vulnerable populations.