Michigan Republican leaders want reopening plan to move more quickly before they extend State-of-Emergency
DETROIT – Republican leaders in Michigan want Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s plan to reopen the state to move more quickly.
They are threatening not to grant her request to extend the State of Emergency if that reopening isn’t sped up. Whitmer wants the State of Emergency, which is supposed to end Thursday, to be extended 28 days.
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Duggan said this is good news, but things are still going to be different for months to come, with people wearing masks and having their temperatures taken, for starters.
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While officials with the Centers for Disease Control and Protection said the risk of animals spreading COVID-19 to people is low, it it does appear to be possible in some circumstances.