​​​​​​​​​​​​​COVID-19 Updates​​

​For the most up-to-date information on COVID-19​​, please visit the Department of Health Services website and the state's COVID-19 Page.

As of March 1, 2021, all educators, education support staff, and child care workers are now eligible for the COVID-19 vaccination. ​For more information about vaccine eligibility, please visit the Department of Health Services website.

On February 4, 2021, Governor Tony Evers issued Executive Order 105, declaring a public health emergency, and corresponding Emergency Order 1, regarding face coverings in certain situations for people over the age of 5. ​Face coverings are required to be worn 
whenever you are indoors or in an enclosed space, other than a private residence, and other people are present in the same room or space.​ 

Please read Executive Order 105 and Emergency Order 1​​​.

On November 10, 2020, Governor Tony Evers signed Executive Order #94, advising Wisconsinites to stay home, urges precautions Wisconsinites should take to stay safe if they have to leave their home, and encourages businesses to take additional steps to protect workers, customers, and the surrounding community.

Please read Executive Order 94​

You can do your part to slow the spread of COVID-19 by staying safer at home whenever possible, wearing a face covering, and washing your hands frequently.
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A Letter from Governor Tony Evers

I've been an educator my entire adult life.

Some of the most meaningful moments in my life happened in the classroom. I met my wife, Kathy, in Mrs. Potter's kindergarten class in my hometown of Plymouth, Wisconsin. My first job was teaching science in Baraboo. Before becoming state superintendent, I was a high school principal in Tomah, and I ran school districts in Oakfield and Verona. As state superintendent, I worked to ensure every child in Wisconsin can get a world class education by creating a public school system that is fair for all.

I'm not only an educator – I'm also a parent. My three kids attended public schools in communities around the state. No matter where the Evers family ended up, we were welcomed by the community. That culture of acceptance is part of what makes Wisconsin special. 

I believe that we are stronger when we look out for each other. I was elected governor and as state superintendent three times by a coalition of Democrats, Independents, and Republicans because I'm honest, I work hard, and I know how to treat folks on the other side of the aisle with respect without sacrificing our Wisconsin values. 

I've worked across party lines to get things done for our kids, and now as governor, I am working to build an economy that works for everyone, healthier communities, support for our kids and our schools, and better roads and infrastructure. I believe​ that every single person in our state deserves an equal opportunity to get ahead and that we must work together to change the direction of our state for the better.

My focus is on solving problems, period. I am proud to serve the people of Wisconsin with the humble appreciation that the will of the people is the law of the land.


Governor Tony Evers​

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