The state of Michigan is moving to make the state’s emergency coronavirus restrictions permanent.
Michigan’s regulatory agencies plan to make COVID-19 rules such as mask wearing, social distancing, daily health screenings, record-keeping, and keeping a “COVID-19 safety coordinator” on-site permanent for Michigan businesses. Businesses would be forced to require their customers wear masks, whether or not they have been vaccinated against the virus.
Other proposed permanent rules include requiring sports stadiums to “establish safe exit procedures for patrons,” with dismissing fans by section listed as a possible option.
The rules mirror those originally put in place by Gov. Gretchen