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COVID-19/Coronavirus

Milwaukee is currently in Phase 4.2 of the Moving Milwaukee Forward Safely plan. Restrictions in this order include:
  • Restaurants and bars without a COVID-19 Safety Plan on file are limited to 25% capacity (as determined by the DNS). Restaurants and bars with approved COVID-19 Safety Plans may operate according to their plan.
  • Seating is required at all times except for entering, exiting, or using the restroom.
  • Milwaukee’s Active Streets outdoor dining can continue.
  • For gyms, retail stores, grocery stores, bakeries, and convenience stores, capacity is limited to 1 person per 30 square feet of floor space.
  • Hotels remain at 50% occupancy limits.
  • Indoor gatherings are limited to the lesser of 10 people, or 25% of the total occupancy of the location, or 1 person per 30 square feet of floor space. Seating is required.
  • Outdoor gatherings are limited to 25 people and seating is required. First Amendment-protected gatherings are limited to the lesser of 100 people, or 25% of the total occupancy of the location, or 1 person per 30 square feet of floor space. Seating is required.
Learn more about the Moving Milwaukee Forward Safelty phased re-opening plan and gating criteria.

For resources on the vaccine phases in place in Wisconsin, where and when you will be able receive a vaccine in Milwaukee, and other resources, visit HealthyMKE.

Milwaukee Vaccine Connector

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VISIT Milwaukee is proud to be part of the “Stop the Covid Spread!” coalition, a group of Wisconsin’s leading health care, business, education, and advocacy organizations who have all joined in a team effort to urge the public to step up and take preventive measures seriously so that we can all continue to safely participate in Wisconsin’s economy. The coalition has grown dramatically since its launch and now includes nearly 100 Wisconsin organizations. If we all work together, we can help stop the COVID spread. You can learn more about the coalition and how we all need to step up to help stop the spread here.

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