(WKOW) -- When Wisconsin's safer at home order was struck down, some businesses opened immediately and in some locations, you did not see social distancing.
Sen. Ron Johnson says seeing that is concerning, but he knows that's not representative of Wisconsin as a whole.
"We've all been pent up, we've all been frustrated. So I think they took that occasion, but from what I have seen in Wisconsin is primarily people being very responsible, wearing masks in grocery stores, maintaining social distancing, taking this disease as seriously as it needs to be taken," he said on CNN's State of the Union Sunday morning.
Sen. Johnson says he supports keeping as much of the economy open as possible, as long as we can do it safely and responsibly.