(WXYZ) — Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer announced Thursday that retail businesses and auto dealerships will be able to open on Tuesday, May 26 by appointment.
- Retail businesses & auto dealers can open on May 26, gatherings of 10 or less allowed immediately
- Whitmer: Short-term, temporary extension of stay-at-home order will 'likely' be necessary
Whitmer also authorized nonessential medical, dental and veterinary procedures beginning Friday, May 29.
Gatherings of 10 or less people can begin immediately. Social distancing is still required during all of these events.
Read the full executive order below:
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