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No plans for shelter-in-place order in Wisconsin


Much of southeast Wisconsin picked up less than an inch of snow last night, with slightly higher amounts near the Illinois border. The snow is gone but the pavement probably remains wet for your morning commute. Under mostly cloudy skies, temperatures stay seasonal today with highs in the 40s. Skies become partly cloudy tonight, with lows in the 30s.

It's looking like we keep quite a bit of cloud cover through the week and a few chances for rain. The next chance arrives Wednesday night and another round late Thursday and into Friday. We briefly warm into the 50s on Wednesday, but highs the rest of the week will be in the 40s.
Local election officials announced the closure of three early Milwaukee News voting sites on Sunday, amid growing coronavirus concerns.


Effective immediately, the city will no longer be operating in-person absentee or “early” voting at the Zablocki Library, Zeidler Municipal Building or the Midtown Center.

Effective immediately, the city will no longer be operating in-person absentee or “early” voting at the Zablocki Library, Zeidler Municipal Building or the Midtown Center.

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The governor did, however, release an update to his current order Friday which will require all hair salons, day spas, nail salons, barbershops, tattoo parlours, body art establishments, and tanning facilities to close as of 5 p.m.

The governor also reiterated that Wisconsinites should wash their hands Press Release Distribution Services In Milwaukee frequently, practice social distancing, and stay at home if they are sick.

Six southern California counties with a population of several million people were given such a shelter-in-place order last week. On Thursday night, California Gov. Gavin Newsom put in place a "stay at home" order for the entire state.


New York Governor Andrew Cuomo on Friday said he is ordering all workers in non-essential businesses in the state to stay home to help combat the spread of COVID-19.

The mandate will exclude pharmacies, grocery stores and other essential industries, according to Cuomo. The governor also announced that he's banning gatherings statewide. Non-essential gatherings of individuals of any size or for any reason are canceled or postponed.

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