Do Your Part.
Be Safe Wisconsin is a broad and ongoing group of like-minded organizations and individuals dedicated to amplifying the importance of a sustained commitment to safe behaviors in the evolving fight against COVID-19.
We can drive our COVID-19 reality. Together.
Today, if each of us makes an individual, concerted and ongoing commitment to safe behaviors, we can:
- Protect you, your family and your fellow neighbors.
- Reduce the spread of COVID-19 infections, hospitalizations and loss of life.
- Support our health care workers, first responders and law enforcement officers during this critical time.
We need every Wisconsin resident to commit to doing their part.
Right now, the single biggest factor that will help the people of Wisconsin – our mothers, fathers, sons, daughters and friends who become infected, who need hospitalization – is how well we individually commit to practicing safe behaviors.
What it means to be safe has evolved and will continue to evolve as the pandemic develops. As testing becomes more available and processes for contact-tracing and subsequent isolation of those infected are built out, we expect to see a series of shifts in the behaviors we will need to undertake.
Amidst the changing environment, it is up to each of us to be safe. If every Wisconsinite does their part, collectively, we can combat the spread of COVID-19.
Save lives together. Be Safe.
Be Safe. Save lives together.
Stay home as much as you can.
Frequently wash your hands, use hand sanitizer and avoid touching your face.
Disinfect high-touch items and surfaces frequently, including mobile devices.
Be vigilant about remaining 6 feet apart from others, and wear a mask or face covering when you go to work, shop or leave the house.
Be a Leader in Saving Lives. Pledge to Be Safe.
Take the Be Safe Wisconsin pledge to show your family, friends and neighbors that you are committed to helping them Be Safe in the fight against COVID-19.
Donna Center pledges to #BeSafeWisconsin.
Alaina Blackbourn pledges to #BeSafeWisconsin.
Alisha Mylener pledges to #BeSafeWisconsin.
Hailey Ryfinski pledges to #BeSafeWisconsin.
Craig Roloff pledges to #BeSafeWisconsin.