(WXYZ) — Personal services including hair, massages and nails will reopen statewide on June 15, Governor Gretchen Whitmer announced Friday.
“Today marks another milestone in the safe reopening of Michigan’s economy,” Governor Whitmer said. “As we continue to slowly reopen different parts of our state, it’s critical that we listen to the experts and follow the medical science to avoid a second wave of infections. The good news is that we are headed in the right direction, and if the current trajectory continues, I anticipate we'll be able to announce more sectors reopening in the coming weeks. We owe it to our front line workers to keep doing our part.”
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Additionally, Regions 6 and 8 which include the Traverse City area and Upper Peninsula will move into Phase 5 of the plan. That means salons, movie theaters, gyms and more can open.
Earlier this week, Whitmer announced that restaurants and bars will be able to open with 50% capacity on Monday, June 8 as the state moves into phase 4.
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