City of Beloit Updates COVID-19 Restrictions

According to a post from the City of Beloit WI Government, at the City Council meeting they updated their resolution for prevention and control of COVID-19. The update is based on vaccination rates, vaccine availability, lower active case rates, and updated guidance from the CDC. While face coverings are still required in public places and physical distancing should be six feet away from others who do not live in your household, the requirement of 25 people or less in city owned spaces has been updated to accommodate 50 people. You can learn more about these updates within the City of Beloit at www.beloitwi.gov/covid19.

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