Gov. Tony Evers has ordered Wisconsin’s “Safer at Home” order to be extended until May 26.

“A few weeks ago, we had a pretty grim outlook for what COVID-19 could mean for our state, but because of the efforts of all of you, Safer at Home is working. That said, we aren’t out of the woods just yet,” Evers said. “As I’ve said all along, we are going to rely on the science and public health experts to guide us through this challenge. So, as we extend Safer at Home, I need all of you to continue doing the good work you’ve been doing so we can keep our families, our neighbors, and our communities safe, and get through this storm together.”

For the full details on what services continue to be available visit our link. The Gerald L. Ignace Indian Health Center is one of those services that continues to be open, living our mission to improve the health, peace and well-being of the Urban Indians in the Greater Milwaukee area. We have added the capacity to offer diagnostic testing for COVID-19