How Michigan bowling alleys are addressing major touch points amid pandemic

Alleys work to reopen with safety measure, social distancing in place

There are safety measures in place at bowling alleys amid the COVID-19 pandemic. The alleys are working to reopen and get people back on the lanes.
There are safety measures in place at bowling alleys amid the COVID-19 pandemic. The alleys are working to reopen and get people back on the lanes.

STERLING HEIGHTS, Mich. – We went to Sterling Lanes in Sterling Heights to get an idea of how bowling alleys in Michigan are working to reopen and remain safe amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Bowling alleys were shuttered for months during Michigan’s stay-at-home order. Now some of them can resume operations, allowing limited patrons -- only alleys in Northern Michigan have been allowed to reopen.

Watch the report to see what we found out, and what you might expect to find if you plan on visiting a bowling alley.

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About the Author:

Nick joined the Local 4 team in February of 2015. Prior to that he spent 6 years in Sacramento covering a long list of big stories including wildfires and earthquakes. Raised in Sterling Heights, he is no stranger to the deep history and pride Detroit has to offer.