Badger Bounce Back plan allows a few additional business types to open
Turning the Dial on Reopening Wisconsin Business
As we shared in our earlier Badger Bounce Back message, Governor Tony Evers' office - in collaboration with the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation and the Department of Health Services - is seeking to balance the concerns of both groups as we seek to "turn the dial" on reopening businesses in Wisconsin.
Today (April 27, 2020) a Emergency Order #34 - titled Interim Order to Turn the Dial - that shared a few more businesses that could reopen. This order takes effect at 8:00 a.m. on Wednesday, April 29, 2020.
Minimum Basic Operations
The Safer at Home Order outlined a number of Minimum Basic Operations in section 14. Today's order adds a few additional items to that list, including:
Curb-side drop-off of goods or animals for the purpose of having those goods or animals serviced, repaired, or cared for by the business.
Outdoor recreational rentals such as boats, kayaks, canoes, paddle boats, golf carts, snowmobiles, and ATVs. Rented equipment must be cleaned after each use.
Car washes. Entirely automatic car washes and self-service car washes may open for service. High-touch surfaces must be cleaned between each use if possible, or as frequently as practicable.
For curb-side drop-off and outdoor recreational rentals, the order specifies that:
Staff must be limited to one person per room/confined space
Services must be paid for online or by phone
Pick-ups must be scheduled ahead to ensure compliance with Social Distancing Requirements.
Customers are not allowed inside of these businesses.