Many Michigan COVID restrictions eased starting today
The state of Michigan is easing COVID-19 pandemic restrictions in several areas including restaurants and bars. Gretchen Whitmer and the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services announced the restrictions on indoor dining had been revised. Customers must still wear masks when they’re not seated at their tables. Mask mandate remainsAll persons participating in gatherings are required to wear a face mask under the Michigan “Gatherings and Face Mask Order.”Here are the face mask requirements listed under the order:Face mask requirement at gatherings:(a) All persons participating in gatherings are required to wear a face mask. An individual’s verbal representation that they are not wearing a face mask because they fall within a specified exception, however, may be accepted.
Movie theaters, bowling alleys in Michigan get green light to reopen
COMMERCE TOWNSHIP, Mich. – Entertainment centers are reopening for the first time since the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic first hit. That means bowling alleys, movie theaters and even trampoline parks have the green light to open again on Friday. READ: After six months, Michigan movie theaters, bowling alleys reopenWonder Lanes in Commerce Township opened back up. He’s been in league bowling and admits he needs to improve -- but returning to the bowling alley for him is more about returning to normal. READ: Michigan movie theaters, bowling alleys can reopen today