Hospitals will have to meet three new criteria before the state can begin reopening.
The Department of Health Services announced today before Wisconsin can dial back Safer at Home restrictions three new guidelines must be met. One requires 95-percent of hospitals to treat patients without crisis care, meaning when under-staffed or under-supplied.
Hospitals must also arrange testing for all clinical staff showing symptoms of COVID-19. And third, the state can’t reopen until officials see a one-week downward trend in coronavirus cases among healthcare workers.