Heres everything Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer has reopened across the entire state
Gretchen Whitmer continues to loosen her coronavirus (COVID-19) restrictions across the state, as many businesses and procedures are now able to open in some capacity. Before she extended her first stay-at-home order on April 24, Whitmer had virtually shut down the entire state completely. On March 30, a partnership between the Michigan Restaurant & Lodging Association and the Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development allowed restaurants to sell food and pantry items. Whitmer also allowed people with multiple in-state homes to resume traveling between them, though it was strongly discouraged. Thursday marks the first major statewide reopening since the coronavirus shutdown, as Whitmer loosened restrictions on retail and medical practices.