Many of the restrictions in place to slow the spread of COVID-19 will be relaxed under two new orders from the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services that take effect on Friday.
Revised orders from the state’s health department, which relax capacity limits at restaurants and many other businesses, while also allowing larger indoor and outdoor gatherings, through April 19.
State officials said on Tuesday that restaurants, bars and retail stores could operate at 50% of their domestic capacity, up from 25%, although the 100-person cap on the previous order remains in place. The current 10 p.m. curfew for restaurants will be moved to 11 p.m.
Casino limits will drop from 15% to 30%, while gyms can allow 30% capacity, up from 25%. Outside…
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