COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Updates


During this serious, worldwide health crisis, we continue to REMAIN OPEN and serving our customers as FSET is classified as an essential business/program. 

We are asking our customers to primarily receive services over the telephone and email (when possible). We will meet with a customer in person, but please expect to have a screening conducted before you are seen. Please do not come to the office if any of the following are true:

  • You are ill (any type of illness), or
  • In the last 14 days you had contact with someone confirmed or under investigation for COVID-19, or
  • In the last 14 days, you traveled to a community with sustained community transmission (such as Dane County) or been above a cruise ship or a confined area with crowds of people.

For those who need to come into the office, be assured we are practicing social distancing and regularly sanitizing our offices. Our staff are also regularly washing or sanitizing their hands.

Please call our main office at 855-792-5439 if you have any questions or concerns. 

Questions regarding COVID-19

All questions regarding COVID-19 should be referred to your local County Health Department.

Wisconsin County Health Departments

Ashland 715-682-7028
Bayfield 715-373-6109
Burnett 715-349-7600
Douglas 715-395-1304
Iron 715-561-2191
Price 715-339-3054
Rusk 715-532-2299
Sawyer 715-634-4806
Taylor 715-748-1410
Washburn 715-635-4400

Barron 715-537-5691
Chippewa 715-726-7900
Clark 715-743-5105
Dunn 715-231-6440
Eau Claire 715-839-4718
Pepin 715-672-5961
Pierce 715-273-6755
Polk 715-485-8500
St. Croix 715-246-8363

COVID-19 The Facts

COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Facts (Department of Health Services)

COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Fact Sheet (Bureau of Communicable Diseases)

CDC COVID-19 Symptoms

Department of Workforce Development (DWD) FMLA Info

Department of Workforce Development (DWD) Unemployment Info

Unemployment Assistance Overview

Centers for Disease Control (CDC) Website

Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS) Website

If you might have COVID-19

***If you are concerned that you might have COVID-19, it is suggested that, before driving to the doctor’s office, you call the clinic ahead of time.  They will be able to determine if a visit is necessary. This is primarily to slow down and ultimately prevent the spread of COVID-19 (Coronavirus). 


Well Badger WI Resources website.

Local Resources

Wisconsin Updates

COVID-19: Vaccine Phases and Eligibility

COVID-19: Vaccine Frequently Asked Questions

Governor Evers Unemployment Insurance Modifications

New Restrictions on Child Care