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5:22 p.m.: State Capitol closes to the public

The Wisconsin State Capitol will no longer be open to the public under Gov. Tony Evers’ effort to slow the spread of the virus by limiting the public’s interactions. 

The state Capitol building sits in the middle of downtown Madison and is open daily to the public. Evers suspended tours of the Capitol on March 12 to limit the number of people interacting with each other within the building.