(WXYZ) — Michigan House Republicans on Monday unveiled their plan for the state's future response to coronavirus in what they're calling the "roadmap to Michigan's recovery."
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House Speaker Lee Chatfield released the suggestions which include transitioning to a risk-based, regional approach with three different tiers.
Whitmer said where we are today is much further along than where we were 10 days ago. However, she said Michigan still has a disproportionately large number of COVID-19 cases compared to larger states.
"We can't let up too early...or we could have to be back at stay-home again with a second wave, nobody wants that."
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