Doing your part to flatten the curve, slow spread of COVID-19
ANN ARBOR, Mich. – Many people celebrated St. Patrick’s Day early this year as the confirmed cases of coronavirus in Michigan raised to 53.
Many restaurants, bars, casinos and clubs were humming with activity, but can we afford to go about business as usual?
For a small restaurant however, it’s a tough balance. Owners don’t want to lose customers and there are employees counting on a paycheck.
The bottom line is that if we don’t take COVID-19 seriously, it could break out of control.
Currently, the only way to fight back against coronavirus is social distancing. It will work, but we all have to do our part.
- Legal occupancy to be reduced by half at restaurants, bars, food service establishments in Ingham County
- Washtenaw County order bars, restaurants to limit occupancy to limit COVID-19 spread
- Religious services across Metro Detroit canceled due to coronavirus concerns
- Oakland County Health Division reduces occupancy of stores, bars to limit COVID-19 exposure
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