Washington County lifts all COVID-19 restrictions – FOX 6 Milwaukee

Washington County raises all COVID-19 limitations Washington County Executive Josh Schoemann announced the county is all set for a full return to regular. Washington County Executive Josh Schoemann announced the county is prepared for a complete return to normal. The decision suggests each business in Washington County can decide for itself if masks require to be worn.

Washington County lifts all COVID-19 restrictions Washington County Executive Josh Schoemann announced the county is all set for a complete return to normal. GERMANTOWN, Wis. – While some cities continue to have mask mandates in location, one Wisconsin county is doing away with all COVID-19 constraints. Washington County Executive Josh Schoemann revealed the county is prepared for a complete return to normal. Any statewide guidelines will not be implemented. The decision indicates each business in Washington County can decide for itself if masks require to be worn. In the heart of Germantown, Main Street is now devoid of COVID-19 restrictions.”Weve got 70% of our 65 and older population immunized. Everybody understands the CDC guidance at this moment. Hospitals are in really good shape. At this moment I believe people just need to follow their conscience and do what they think they require to do,” Schoemann stated. Washington County Executive Josh Schoemann Friday, March 19 was declared “Eat Local Day” to motivate people to come back out. Chaz Hastings invites clients to Jerrys Old Town Inn– a mask no longer part of his uniform. “I would state 9 out of 10 individuals that are entering into our restaurant are more comfortable without the mask,” Hastings said.Once consumer snapped his mask to the ground when learning the news of lifted limitations. While masks are still suggested by the CDC, Hastings stated individuals in Germantown require the sense of normalcy.”Weve had a great deal of psychological conversations with individuals that have been on the edge at times with this whole thing,” Hastings stated. “I believe that a pub or restaurant that has a good vibe to it really can be a safe space for individuals.”FOX6 News connected to the Washington Ozaukee Public Health Department for its reaction to the county executives statement but has actually not heard back.FREE DOWNLOAD: Get breaking news alerts in the FOX6 News app for iOS or Android.