DETROIT (WXYZ) — Detroit is bracing for the potential of people violating social distancing as the weather takes a significant turn for the better this weekend.
Mayor Mike Duggan says it is his biggest concern right now, so much so that top Detroit Police commanders are committed to “very vigorous enforcement” of group gatherings this weekend.
“All of the good news that you see on that slide will be undone in a hurry if people go out in the parks, in the neighborhoods and gather in large groups,” said Duggan in a Friday press conference, referring to downward trends of COVID-19 in the city.
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