Non-essential businesses now have a little wiggle room during the COVID-19 crisis, BUT what exactly does that mean? A lot of people are scratching their heads trying to make sense of WHAT changes we can expect tomorrow morning as we inch toward reopening while staying safe in our state.
Governor Tony Evers is allowing expanded operations for non-essential businesses like dog groomers and small auto repair shops. The new order allows businesses to do curbside drop-off of goods and animals. The governor says allowing deliveries and drop-offs is an important step to make sure that while people are staying home they can also support small businesses across the state.
In addition to the pooches, there are kayak renters, car washes, and lawnmower repair shops that can reopen but not other businesses. Governor Evers is allowing the businesses to reopen despite none of his Badger Bounce Back criteria being met.