COVID-19 in Whitewater

During the City Manager Report at last night’s Whitewater Common Council meeting, Cameron Clapper noted that Whitewater’s Coronavirus numbers are doing fairly well in comparison to the rest of the state. To keep these numbers low, Whitewater’s mask ordinance will stay in effect until at least March 31, with the possibility for it to extend even longer. The city is remaining cautious of the new strains of Coronavirus, and will continue to keep their meetings virtual for the time being.

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