ROSEVILLE, Mich. – When the new COVID-19 restrictions were announced over the weekend, Dooley’s in Roseville announced they were hosting one final party ahead of the shutdown.
Under the new three-week restriction, indoor dining is no longer allowed at bars and restaurants. The bar set up a large tent outside.
Local 4′s Tim Pamplin stopped by to see how the city was trying to keep everything safe.
You can watch the full report in the video above.
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The president and CEO of Henry Ford Health System said Macomb County is a “pocket” of Michigan that struggles with COVID-19 mask compliance.
Wright Lassiter spoke about the importance of following COVID-19 safety protocols during a virtual panel conversation among Michigan hospital leaders.