Major changes for Michigan's retail economy begin Tuesday
A major change takes place on Tuesday in Michigan.
Auto dealerships and retailers are allowed to re-open after being closed for more than two months due to the coronavirus outbreak.
On Tuesday, retail stores and car dealerships throughout the state will be back in business, but by appointment only.
This restriction will allow stores to monitor how many people are inside at any given time. Stores in Michigan will be allowed to have up to ten customers inside, at a time.
As another precaution, all businesses with face-to-face interactions will have to use proper personal protective equipment.
These types of businesses are asked to set up some rules to make sure workers are protected.
Gov. Whitmer has also lifted restrictions on non-essential health care which includes medical, dental, and veterinary procedures. Those restrictions will be lifted on Friday. Offices will have to have strict protocols in place in hopes of not spreading the virus.