Guv announces changes
At her news conference today Governor Whitmer rescinded the stay at home order and moved the entire state into phase 4 of the plan to re-engage the economy.
What does this mean?
Office work that is not capable of being performed remotely can resume.
In-home services, including house cleaning services, can begin operations.
Fitness classes can be held outside.
Drive -in movies can reopen.
Groups of 100 or less can now congregate outdoors so long as safety measures are in place.
On Thursday, June 4th, retail establishments can move beyond appointments and welcome in customers with reduced capacity numbers.
On Monday, June 8th, restaurants can open with both indoor and outdoor dining if tables are 6 feet apart and capacity remains at 50% or less. Day camps and swimming pools can resume operations the same day.
Not yet open?
Hair salons, gyms, indoor theaters, casinos, and tattoo parlors.
The governor indicated these restrictions could be lifted within 2 weeks if the downward trend of cases continues.
“This is a big step forward,” said Governor Whitmer. “We’ve come a long way, made sacrifices and it’s been tough.”
“I want to thank those who have done their part and especially the brave men and women on the front lines.”