Milwaukee is currently in Phase 4.4 of the Moving Milwaukee Forward Safely Plan. Due to positive momentum with gating criteria some restrictions have been lightened. Updates in this order include:
Visit the City of Milwaukee Health Department for more information.
- Event venues and gathering places like museums and performance spaces can now have up to 25% capacity WITHOUT submitting a safety plan to the health department, up to 250 people maximum in the space
- For more than 250 people, you will need to submit a plan to the health department for the type of event (wedding, tradeshow, convention, meeting, etc)
- Patrons can order from the bar if they maintain distancing and the line does not extend into the seating area
- Sports events and tournaments can have fans up to 250 people or 25% capacity
- These capacities are PER room, not per location. .
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
Wisconsin is currently in a State of Emergency and Public Health Emergency under Executive Order 104.
Mask Up MKE
Masks are now required in the city of Milwaukee. Masks must be worn inside a public business and while outside if you are within 6 feet of someone who is not a member of your household.
Find out which businesses are open and get answers to frequently asked questions.
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Stop the Covid Spread!
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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Milwaukee County has created a dashboard with real-time data on COVID-19 cases in the area.