No Changes to Wisconsin 4-H COVID-19 Guidance

Wisconsin 4-H is maintaining consistent program guidance. Since the summer, 4-H has been back to in-person programs while taking steps to promote health in our communities. Clubs are meeting, thousands of youth are engaged with volunteers in projects, and this week the Wisconsin 4-H delegation will head to National 4-H Congress in Atlanta.

While COVID-19 infections persist at a high level in much of Wisconsin, both adults and youth continue to get vaccinated. We continue our precautions such as monitoring for symptoms and recommending the use of masks indoors, particularly for those not yet fully vaccinated. The Wisconsin 4-H COVID page is a reference, and has been updated to reflect the availability of vaccines for all people aged 5 and up, but is otherwise unchanged since the summer. UW-Madison Extension also has updated information about vaccines and other trustworthy COVID-19 information on this page.

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