From the South Milwaukee and St. Francis Health Department …
With rising numbers of cases and our key indicators no longer reflecting conditions where it is safe to participate in non-essential public gatherings and outings, the South Milwaukee/St. Francis Health Department, along with other suburban Milwaukee County Health Departments are now strongly recommending all residents and businesses dial back to Phase B of the Safe Opening Capacity Guidance effective October 30, 2020.
Read the Phase B plan here: http://bit.ly/phaseBplan
Read a letter from Public Health Administrator Ove here: http://bit.ly/OveLetter
View the COVID-19 phases table here: http://bit.ly/COVIDtableSM
‘Our top priority is to keep our residents, visitors, and businesses healthy and safe during this health crisis. We hope these efforts will help to keep our friends, neighbors, relatives, and co-workers in a safer environment moving forward.
- Here is the October 30, 2020 update from the South Milwaukee/St. Francis Health Department.October 30, 2020 Situational Briefing, including burden rate: http://bit.ly/SitBrief10302020
- For information on where you can get tested for COVID-19 in your community, visit: https://www.dhs.wisconsin.gov/covid-19/community-testing.htm.
- A testing site is also being offered in South Milwaukee, learn more here: http://bit.ly/SMtestingsite
- The Health Department follows up on all positive, probable, and suspected cases, including contact tracing, to help limit the spread of the virus. On average, each positive confirmed case has approximately 5 contacts. If the positive case is an essential employee in a business, the number of contacts may be much higher. For more information on contact tracing, visit: https://www.dhs.wisconsin.gov/covid-19/contact-tracing.htm