The governor said that the order will be announced on Tuesday.
The order encourages people to stay at home rather than make “unnecessary trips.” The order, according to Evers, would still allow workers providing essential care and services to continue traveling to and from work.
“You can still get out and walk the dogs—it’s good exercise and it’s good for everyone’s mental health,” Evers said on Twitter. “Limit your travel to essential needs like going to the doctor, grabbing groceries, or getting medication.”
“In the days, weeks, and months ahead we will continue listening to the public health experts, healthcare providers, first responders, and businesses and workers on the frontlines. And as I listen and learn I will continue to share updates with the people of Wisconsin,” Evers said