Gov. Tony Evers is saying it could be at least a month before he starts to relax social distancing mandates.
The governor told KSTP-TV on Tuesday that lifting the mandates won't be "like flipping a switch" and it could be weeks or a month before he starts rolling them back.
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Evers said he wants to see more testing for the coronavirus, tracking the sick and more protective gear before he starts thinking about reopening businesses.
Evers' stay-at-home and school closure orders are set to expire on April 24.
As of Tuesday the coronavirus had killed 170 people in Wisconsin and infected more than 3,500.