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Wisconsin list of closures expands to salons

Wisconsin list of closures expands to salons Photo: WDIO-TV file

Created: March 20, 2020 04:08 PM

Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers has expanded his closure order to include hair salons, barber shops, day spas, nail salons, tattoo parlors, body art establishments, and tanning facilities.  The closure of such establishments takes effect at 5 p.m. Friday, March 20.

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Hair salons and barbershops in Minnesota were already closed.

The governor also clarified Friday that several types of establishments can remain open, including laundromats, banks, credit unions, allied health professions such as acupuncturists, tranpportation facilities, and facilities used for in-person absentee voting or as a polling location, excluding polling sites at long-term care and assisted care facilities.

Evers also adjusted his earlier order to treat bars and restaurants the same.  Bars are able to have carryout sales of alcohol and food if allowed by local ordinances and state law.


Summary of what's closed and what's open in Wisconsin as of Friday evening: 

CLOSED: Schools, bars and restaurants (except for take-out and drive-through orders), auditoriums, theaters, movie theaters, museums, stadiums, arenas, conference rooms, meeting halls, exhibition centers, taverns, health and fitness centers, recreation centers, licensed pools, places of worship, religious gatherings, hair salons, barber shops, day spas, nail salons, tattoo parlors, body art establishments, tanning facilities

OPEN: Grocery stores (but not dining areas, salad bars, beverage stations, and buffets), transportation facilities, childcare (with fewer than 50 children and 10 staff members), hotels and motels, government facilities (some have chosen to close), food pantries, shelter facilities, residential buildings, retail establishments, health care facilities, facilities for voting (excluding polling sites at long-term care and assisted care facilities), offices, manufacturing facilities, job centers, laundromats, banks, credit unions, allied health professions such as acupuncturists, state parks (buildings closed, no camping)
 

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