• Currently, restaurants may operate at 50 percent occupancy; tables must be six feet apart.
  • On July 1, bars, previously allowed to reopen for indoor dining, reverted to takeout and outdoor drinking, after a spike in COVID-19 cases. Bars in northern Michigan and the Upper Peninsula were excluded from this order and may remain open.
  • On July 10, the governor signed an executive order that toughened the state’s existing mask-wearing requirements, most notably with a change that orders businesses to deny service or entry to those who refuse to cover their face.