May 15, 2020
The Brillion News
Updated: The Phase A plan released by Calumet County on Thursday, May 14, has been rescinded as of late Friday afternoon on May 15. Further information is available below on the county's website.
The county is encouraging citizens to maintain social distancing.
CALUMET COUNTY - Calumet County is reopening with restrictions, announced under a newly released local health plan - Phase A. The plan for the county will remain in effect until a new local or statewide issue is released.
Under Phase A, gatherings are recommended to be less than 50 people with physical distancing taking place. All people in a space must comply with physical distancing.
Restaurants can offer outdoor seating, take-out and delivery.
Bars can continue to offer delivery or carryout sales.
Customers may enter only to order, pay or takeout orders, inside of bars and restaurants.
Hair salons, barber shops, nail salons, day spas, electrolysis providers, waxing salons, eyebrow-care establishments, tattoo parlors, body art establishments and tanning facilities can be open with physical distancing in place. All work stations need to be six feet apart with only one client is allowed per worker. No one is allowed to congregate in a waiting area. Staff members must wear masks or face cloths.
Government functions will continue to operate based on each local municipality.
All stores that sell food and medicine must abide by physical distancing and safe business practices. There will not be any seating for food consumption, self-service salad bars or beverage stations, or food samples. The same goes for restaurants with salad bars, beverage stations and buffets.
Retail shopping may open under limit restrictions of how many people are in the building at a time.
No outside visitors are allowed in healthcare facilities.
A detailed look at Plan A is available for viewing below. The plan further breaks down individual businesses and their guidelines: