Michigan retailers begin reopening slowly, cautiously amid COVID-19 pandemic

Economy gets another boost on Tuesday

Michigan retailers reopen with new limits amid COVID-19 pandemic.
Michigan retailers reopen with new limits amid COVID-19 pandemic.

The Michigan economy is getting another boost on Tuesday amid the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic -- but the change is coming slowly and very cautiously.

Gov. Gretchen Whitmer extended the stay-at-home order late last week until June 12. The state of emergency lasts until June 19.

READ: Retail reopens in Metro Detroit with uncertainty of coronavirus (COVID-19) changes

Retailers are getting back into business but they have strict limitations on how they operate.

Car dealers are opening their showrooms to connect with customers but it’s by appointment only.

MORE: Here’s everything that’s reopening this week across entire state of Michigan

Many people are being asked to do a balancing act. Do business, if you need to, or stay home through June 12 to better mitigate the spread of COVID-19.

A look at what it's like for workers and customers.
A look at what it's like for workers and customers.

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