The state's Supreme Court ruled against stay-at-home restrictions which had closed non-essential businesses.
Governor Tony Evers stated in his press conference that things will get "very confusing very fast," as local officials can implement their own orders.
The court issued its ruling Wednesday that extending the state's lockdown to May 26 was, in part, "unlawful, invalid and unenforceable."
Justices in the state ruled 4-3 to end the stay-at-home measures, saying state administration overstepped its authority.
While the Supreme Court has lifted the statewide stay-at-home order, local authorities can keep theirs in place.
The emergency order has been branded "unlawful, invalid, and unenforceable" after a challenge was taken to Wisconsin's Supreme Court.
Tony Evers said Wisconsin had been thrown into "chaos" by four judges as coronavirus lockdown restrictions no longer applied in the state.
In its Wednesday ruling, the Wisconsin Supreme Court called the extension of the orders "unlawful, invalid and unenforceable."
The presumptive Democratic nominee currently appears to be ahead in Wisconsin, Florida, Michigan, Pennsylvania and the traditionally Republican state of Arizona.
This is the second major Wisconsin election that has been thrust into the national spotlight in recent weeks.
On Tuesday, the Department of Transportation in Wisconsin announced that it would allow teens to skip their in-person road tests before getting a driver's license.
Four strip clubs in Wisconsin were denied emergency small business loans for reasons that a judge said violate the First Amendment.
A new national poll shows that 60 percent of Americans support mail-in voting, while dozens of Wisconsin primary voters and poll workers have reportedly contracted the coronavirus after participating in the state's in-person election on April 7.
A Wisconsin teenager who shared her suspected COVID-19 symptoms on Instagram was told she might be arrested if she didn't take down the post, according to a lawsuit filed Thursday.
Tee times and payment for games need to transacted either online or over the phone, according to the extended order.
Governor Tony Evans closed dozens of parks in the state following "unprecedented crowds, litter, vandalism" which were seen.
"They seem to think that voting is a privilege, not a right," said Carson Putnam, spokesperson for Republicans for the Rule of Law.
On Tuesday, a Twitter user pointed out that following U.S. President Donald Trump's victory in Wisconsin during the 2016 presidential elections, Republican candidates have lost 7 out of 8 races in the state.
"[The] results don't tell us how many people were exposed to coronavirus at polling places, how many were infected, or how many will die," said Democratic Party of Wisconsin Chair Ben Wikler.
Perez tweeted Monday that Karofsky's victory was "a result that speaks to Democrats' incredible enthusiasm and should terrify Donald Trump, and every other Wisconsin Republican."
Voters were forced to choose between participating in our democracy and protecting their own health and the health of their community. This can never happen again.
"No one should be forced to choose between their right to vote and their right to stay healthy like the debacle in Wisconsin this week," Obama tweeted Friday.
Trump narrowly beat Hillary Clinton in several battleground states that Obama had won in 2008 and 2012. Democrats aim to win back these states in 2020.
"I'm surprised Wisconsin took this risk, knowing they don't have to," said former GOP Rep. Charlie Dent.
"We are listening to our people and, you know, we've got to make the best decision that we can," the progressive senator from Vermont said.
Milwaukee is operating five in-person voting locations despite having nearly 290,000 registered voters.
The Supreme Court is "undermining our democracy," House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said.
The U.S. Supreme Court also blocked an effort to extend absentee voting until April 13. Both decisions were reached by each court's conservative majority.
"The bottom line is that I have an obligation to keep people safe, and that's why I signed this executive order today," Governor Evers said Monday.
All ballots already cast will remain valid and tallied, the Wisconsin governor said. A federal judge has determined that absentee ballots will be accepted until April 13 at 4 p.m.