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WI Mask Mandate Announced by Gov. Evers Administration
|FACE COVERING REQUIRED. Every individual, age five and older, in Wisconsin shall wear a face covering if both of the following apply:
a. The individual is indoors or in an enclosed space, other than at a private residence; and;
b. Another person or persons who are not members of individual’s household or living unit are present in the same room or enclosed space.
Other key takeaways from the order:
· It is in effect for 60 days
· Noncompliance carries penalties of up to $200.
· The statewide order supersedes any local order that is “less restrictive”.
Read the full Emergency Order #1 text here.
Emergency Order #1 – Face Coverings FAQ
Dear Rushes Owners and Guests:The Rushes Response to the Coronavirus
The Rushes is open, however due to continued health concerns the Recreation Center will not be open in regards to the swimming pool, the hot tub, the sauna, the exercise and game area. The Recreational Center Building will be open from 8:30AM to 5:00PM on Sunday thru Thursday and from 8:30AM to 8:00PM on Friday and Saturday to assist owners and other guests in checking into the resort and checking out of the resort. The front desk staff will also have available for purchase food and clothing items as well as movie rentals.
If you desire to meet with Linda Roberts, General Manager; Kay Englebert, Assistant General Manager/ Accountant; or Angel Nebel, Real-estate Sales/Rentals please do so by appointment only. In order to protect your health and that of our employees please wear a mask when meeting with them.
As further health and safety measures the Recreational Center will not be hosting the Monday evening Meet and Greet and no other food items will be served as part of activities such as the ice cream social. Furthermore, The Rushes will be providing a limited number of boats and bicycles for guests use. Boats will be signed out at our Beach House between 10:00am and 4:00 pm each day, weather permitting. Bicycles are signed out at the Front Desk on Mondays. All other outside amenities are available such as tennis, volleyball, shuffleboard, basketball and the children’s playground. These new procedures are set in place to ensure we can properly sanitize these items in between use.
We do not know what the restaurant situation will be in Door County. It is suggested if you plan to visit your favorite restaurants that you call ahead to check on their operating hours, or visit the link at the top of this page.
The Rushes has deep cleaned and sanitized all of the units and has done all that is possible to provide a safe, healthy environment for your stay. The health and safety of our owners, guests and staff is paramount to The Rushes. We greatly appreciate your cooperation and understanding in these challenging times and hope you have a great stay at The Rushes.
The current situation is very fluid and may change depending on the course of the virus and directives from state and county public health authorities. This especially pertains to the Recreation Center which includes the Pool, the Hot Tub, the Sauna, the Exercise Area and Game Area. It will be open at a future date to be determined.
Please call the resort for any further information
The Board of Directors
OWNERS: We are encouraging owners that weeks may be affected by the “Safer at Home Order” to look into becoming a member of one of the exchange companies, RCI, II or DAE. By depositing your week with an exchange company, you can save it and travel somewhere else within the next two to three years. For more information or to contact these companies, please visit the owners page of the web site.