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In 2020, Governor Tony Evers' Administration invested nearly $2 billion in federal funds to help Wisconsin individuals, families, businesses, and communities respond to and recover from the COVID-19 pandemic. Funds were allocated from the state's Coronavirus Relief Fund, which was made available to Wisconsin through the federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act. 

The Response and Recovery Dashboard below provides transparent, detailed information about how funds from the Coronavirus Relief Fund were invested across Wisconsin. The data visualization below includes information by program and allocation as well as by county and Tribe. 

The Evers' Administration is now administering the Wisconsin Emergency Rental Assistance (WERA) program​ to assist eligible individuals with rent and utility payments.

Dollars Invested:​​

​​​​​​Key Investments​

26,992​,511​​​ Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and Sanitizing Supplies​

2,746​,783​​​ Testing and Lab Supplies Distributed to Local ​

 52,​920 Sm​all Businesses Assisted

$201​ Million Invested in Recovery with Local and Tribal Governments

15,249​ Wisconsin Farms Supported​​​​​

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Response and Recovery Investment Details

​The displayed information is considered preliminary and has not been fully reviewed or audited. Data displayed in the visualizations above represents both allocated and disbursed federal funds. The 2021 Recovery Plan Performance Report to the U.S. Treasury Department is available here. ​​Additional disbursement information will be added as it is available. Data will be updated periodically.

Learn More About the Programs​​


​Farm Support Program
$50​ Million​

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