In response to new guidelines released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and the Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS), St. Croix County Public Health has updated our quarantine guidance for close contacts of someone diagnosed with COVID-19.
Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) is a respiratory illness that can spread from person to person. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), state of Wisconsin, and St. Croix County Public Health are closely monitoring the spread of COVID-19.
This page provides the latest information on COVID-19 for St. Croix County.
Find local COVID-19 data from St. Croix County Wisconsin.
Find answers to frequently asked questions about COVID-19, testing, and data.
Find recommendations to help minimize the spread of COVID-19 in St. Croix County.
Find out what to do if you test positive for COVID-19, are a close contact of someone who tested positive for COVID-19, or if an employee tests positive.
Find information on COVID-19 testing locations, testing cost, and more.
Find local information about the COVID-19 vaccine.
Public Health Interview
Recently St. Croix County Public Health Administrator, Kelli Engen and Epidemiologist, Elle Klasen were interviewed on Western Wisconsin Journal about COVID-19 in our county. Watch their interview here:
Wisconsin State Health Orders
Emergency Order 1
On November 20, Governor Tony Evers issued Executive Order 95, declaring a public health emergency, and corresponding Emergency Order 1, regarding face coverings in certain situations for people over the age of 5. Face coverings are required to be worn whenever you are indoors or in an enclosed space, other than a private residence, and other people are present in the same room or space. This order is effective until January 19, 2021.
Please read Executive Order 95, Emergency Order 1, You can learn more about St. Croix County’s response to Emergency Order 1 here.
Executive Order 94
On November 10, Governor Evers signed Executive Order 94, advising Wisconsin residents to stay home, urges precautions residents should take to stay safe if they have to leave their home, and encourages businesses to take additional steps to protect workers, customers, and the surrounding community.
Please read Executive Order 94.