‘Back to Business’ plan announced by Wisconsin Manufacturers and Commerce
Plan announced on the day that Stay at Home owners were set to expire
MADISON, Wis. (WKBT) – Wisconsin Manufacturers and Commerce is unveiling its ‘Back to Business’ plan.
The plan would open Wisconsin businesses, based on a number of risk factors.
A risk factor of minimal, moderate or substantial would be assigned.
And the higher the risk, the more precautions businesses would be required.
That’s to take to avoid further spread of COVID-19.
“The nice thing about this model and the way that it assesses risk is that if you do have sort of a flair up that happens in the future, the model accounts for that and will increase the requirements,” said Scott Manley, Wisconsin Manufacturers & Commerce executive vice president.
The plan was announced the same time Wisconsin’s ‘Stay at Home’ orders were set to expire.
The plan is available on the WMC’s website.
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