Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer said Tuesday she will not budge on relaxing the shutdown orders mandated by the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services.
Those orders were enacted two weeks ago by MDHHS Director Robert Gordon for a duration of three weeks. The governor said her administration has yet to determine if it will extend beyond next week the “pause” in reopening the state’s restaurants, bowling alleys and cinemas.
At a news conference,Whitmer emphasized the MDHHS shutdown orders carry the authority of state law as a warning to businesses agitating to reopen throughout the state, including one movement spearheaded by the Andiamo restaurants in