Many people who work for the city of La Crosse could be going back to the office, starting Tuesday.
City Hall, the La Crosse Center, and the Main Street Library are among the government buildings closed by COVID-19 which will reopen, at least for limited hours.
Art Fahey, the La Crosse Center manager, says his employees will have to prove that they’re well enough to work, partly by having their temperature tested twice a day.
Going back to a ball game or a concert after the COVID-19 shutdown could be a very different experience than before.
Dave Guepfer, the food and beverage manager for the center, tells the La Crosse Center Board that getting food and drinks at concession stands will be made more sanitary.
For example, ketchup and mustard will come in packets, instead of in large squeeze bottles.