This photo was taken during a tour of an apartment complex that is still in the process of being built. In addition to standard PPE like a hi-vis vest and hard hat, tour members were also required to wear masks.
This sign was placed near the checkout lines at Marketplace grocery store in Rice Lake. It states that staying 6 feet apart "doesn't make you unfriendly...it makes you considerate." Also visible is an X on the floor used to show customers where to stand to maintain social distance.
This document provides "unified UW-Eau Claire guidance for health, safety, infrastructure, academics and student life/housing," while outlining the University's plan to return to work during the summer of 2020 and provide on-campus instruction for the Fall 2020 semester.
A sign at a local grocery store plays on Wisconsin's history and association with dairy farming in this sign advising social distancing. An adjacent sign also advises customers that of the limits on fresh turkey purchases, a result of food shortages linked to the Covid-19 pandemic.
The COVID-19 pandemic resulted in breaks in the supply chain for certain goods, and shortages of products like beef, pork, turkey and other meats. In response, grocery stores across the country implemented limits on the amount of meat customers could buy. This sign at Woodman's Food Market in Altoona displayed these advisories in both English and Spanish.
At Riverside Bike and Skate shop in Eau Claire, shoppers are notified that they must practice social distancing of 6 feet inside the store. All customers had to wait outside for employees to first make sure there are not a maximum number of customers in the store.