Whitmer lifts Michigan's stay-at-home order

NOW: Whitmer lifts Michigan’s stay-at-home order

LANSING, Mich. — Governor Gretchen Whitmer has lifted Michigan's coronavirus stay-at-home order.

Retailers will be allowed to reopen on June 4.

Restaurants can reopen to dine-in customers on June 8, with capacity limits, Whitmer said.

Some businesses where close contact is necessary, including gyms, hair salons, indoor theaters and casinos, will remain closed for now.

Day camps for children and pools can open June 8.

As of June 1, groups of up to 100 people can gather outside as long as they practice social distancing.

In-home services like housecleaning services, may also resume operations.

Outdoor activities such as classes, practices, training sessions and games can be offered at gyms and fitness centers as long as participants, coaches and spectators stay six feet apart.

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