Some Michigan residents face concern, anxiety about return to in-person work
DETROIT – Many people have been working from home for over a year but as COVID restrictions are lifted, many Michigan residents are returning to work.
For some workers this shift back to the office is causing a lot of anxiety. Irma Guzman works full time as a senior college admissions counselor. She has a toddler at home and another baby on the way.
“I’m not going to be vaccinated,” Guzman said. “I’m being transparent in the fact that I’m not being vaccinated because I want you to be safe when you’re in my area -- especially just with complications. It’s something that I significantly worry about.”
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Michigan eases COVID restrictions on restaurants, entertainment venues and more
Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer has laid out a two-step process to reopen the state.
The process starts by relaxing restrictions on Tuesday (June 1) and ending almost all COVID orders on July 1.
Starting Tuesday there will be no capacity limits for outdoor gatherings and there will be a 50% capacity for indoor gatherings. The curfew on Michigan restaurants is also now lifted.