Whitmer said Michigan is slated to reopen “in the coming days” as COVID numbers improve

Whitmer said Michigan is slated to reopen “in the coming days” as COVID numbers improve
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LANSING, me. – More Michigan is expected to reopen in the “coming days,” according to Gov, with some COVID-19 restrictions being relaxed. Gretchen Whitmer.

“We expect to make further announcements of further reintegrations in the coming days,” said Whitmer. “Our case numbers and public health metrics are a step in the right direction and we are very excited about it.”

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The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services A three-week break was taken in mid-November, which has been extended and revised several times in the last three months.

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Most recently, the state tacitly extended the contract to March 29, but Whitmer hinted on Wednesday that there was more …

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