Michigan extends COVID-19 order until Jan. 31st, some restrictions lifted
Mich. (WNDU) - Governor Gretchen Whitmer has extended Michigan’s COVID-19 order through January 31st but some restrictions are lifting.
Indoor group exercise and non-contact sports are allowed to resume, however restaurants are not allowed to open for indoor dining.
Michigan has seen a decline across all three major COVID-19 metrics -- case rate, percent positivity and hospitalizations. This led to the governor and health officials making the revision.
Health officials are working quickly to get more Michiganders vaccinated and put a stop to the spread of the virus.
Governor Whitmer says the state is hoping to resume indoor dining in February.
Depending on how COVID-19 cases trend in the next two weeks, restaurants might be able to resume indoor dining with certain restrictions.
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