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Coronavirus Update

Our federal, state, and local public health officials are working to slow the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19). It is important to have official information to keep our community informed. 

State of Wisconsin Update

Today, Governor Tony Evers declared a public health emergency in response to the coronavirus outbreak. This declaration allows our state public health officials and Wisconsin National Guard to have resources to respond to coronavirus. You can read the declaration here.

Regarding U.S. Capitol and White House Tours

Due to the coronavirus outbreak, congressional leadership and White House officials have suspended U.S. Capitol & White House tours. If you're traveling to DC and have questions, please contact my office. 

Coronavirus Updates Web Page NOW LIVE on Steil.House.Gov

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Please go to my website HERE for up-to-date information regarding coronavirus from CDC, Wisconsin Department of Health Services, and public health experts. All links are to official government websites.

Resources For You

Wisconsin Department of Health Services: Outbreaks in Wisconsin

CDC: Situation Summary

CDC: Coronavirus Disease 2019 Information for Travel

CDC: Preventing COVID-19 Spread in Communities

How to Prevent Spread of Coronavirus

For general information on coronavirus symptoms, how to stop the spread of germs, and what to do if you are sick, please visit CDC’s website or check out information below.

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Federal Response

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Federal, state, and local public health experts must work together to slow the spread of coronavirus. I voted for, and President Trump signed into law, more than $7 billion in resources to help fight the coronavirus. These resources go towards developing a vaccine, allocating testing kits to states, and other prevention measures.

ICYMI: White House Briefing in Situation Room with Vice President Mike Pence

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I joined Democrats and Republicans in Congress for a briefing on coronavirus in the Situation Room with Vice President Mike Pence. We must ensure the federal government provides necessary resources to address this disease.

As always, please reach out to my office if you want to share an opinion or need help with a federal agency. 

On Wisconsin,

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Bryan G. Steil
Member of Congress

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