WISCONSIN — Wisconsin has the second fewest coronavirus restrictions in the entire country, according to the personal finance website WalletHub.
The survey found that South Dakota had the fewest restrictions in the country. Idaho, Missouri, an Utah round out the top 5.
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WalletHub analyzed 11 key metrics to determine a states ranking. Here is how Wisconsin compared to other states (1st = fewest restrictions in the country, 25th = average).
- 1st – Requirement to Wear a Face Mask in Public
- 1st – Reopening of Child-Care Programs
- 28th – Travel Restrictions
- 2nd – Large Gatherings Restrictions
- 7th – “Shelter in Place” Order
- 7th – Reopening of Non-Essential Businesses
- 2nd – Reopening of Restaurants and Bars
According to WalletHub these are the sources they pulled information from to make their rankings: National Governors Association, Kaiser Family Foundation, Editorial Projects in Education, Child Care Aware of America, Ballotpedia, National Conference of State Legislatures, American College of Radiology, the COVID Tracking Project and news reports.