Wisconsin’s governor says people have to stay home and stay away from crowds in order to get the coronavirus under control.
Governor Tony Evers yesterday said people need to stop making excuses, and stop doing nothing. The governor said the state’s economy will tank if Wisconsin cannot get the virus under control. The governor’s latest plan to control the virus is to impose a strict limit of 25 percent on customers at bars, restaurants, and most stores across the state.
The governor did not explain how his order that limits bars, restaurants, and stores in the state to just 25-percent of their customers will help expand the economy. The governor, instead, said people can no longer make excuses or do nothing.