GOV Whitmer of Michigan extends stay-home order through May 15, eases rules

#BREAKING: Per the Associated Press: Gov. Whitmer lengthened her stay-at-home order through May 15, while lifting restrictions so some businesses can reopen and the public can participate in some outdoor activities.

Gov. Gretchen Whitmer on Friday lengthened her stay-at-home order through May 15, while lifting restrictions so some businesses can reopen and the public can participate in outdoor activities like golf (without golf carts) and motorized boating during the coronavirus pandemic.

The measure immediately replaces one that was scheduled to expire next week. Michigan has nearly 3,000 deaths related to COVID-19, behind only New York and New Jersey among U.S. states.

People are now required, rather than encouraged, to wear face coverings in enclosed public spaces such as grocery stores if they can medically tolerate it. Employers must provide non-medical grade masks to their in-person employees.

People wont have to wear face coverings when they’re taking a walk in the neighborhood. But no one will be subject to criminal penalty for going without a mask.

Landscapers, lawn-service companies, plant nurseries and bike repair shops can resume operating, subject to social-distancing rules. Stores selling nonessential supplies can reopen for curbside pickup and delivery. Big-box retailers no longer have to close off garden centers and areas dedicated to selling paint, flooring and carpet.

 

CLICK HERE for Executive Order No. 2020-59

GOV Whitmer of Michigan extends stay-home order through May 15, eases rules
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