• Michigan will allow indoor dining on a limited basis starting February 1. The state will also implement restrictions on indoor dining: businesses can’t be above 25% capacity, and they have to close by 10 p.m. There must be no more than six people to a table, with tables set at least six feet apart.
  • Effective December 21, restaurants, bars, and other food establishments must continue to close indoor dining. Outdoor dining, takeout, and delivery are allowed, except between the hours of 10 p.m. and 4 a.m.
  • As of November 18, eat-in dining at restaurants and bars will be suspended for three weeks. This order was extended by the Governor on December 7 and the restrictions will last until December 20.
  • 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.