Getting businesses up and operating.
Starting today, businesses are able to serve customers inside of their shops without appointments. But for shoppers and workers it’s the start of a new way of life. In most cases, shoppers will not be able to just walk into a store without getting the approval of a store employee. This is because a stores capacity will be limited. As a result, you may have to wait in line and could be turned away from some stores if you are not wearing a mask. Another change shoppers will notice is that many stores have closed their fitting rooms. Instead, they will be offering more liberal return policies that will allow customers to take items home, try them on there, and then return them if they are not satisfied. Stores, in turn, have promised to have all returned clothing sanitized before they are put back up for sale
Dine-in service in restaurants and bars will begin next Monday with limits on the number of patrons. Libraries and museums will also be able to return on Monday. Still closed at this time are casinos, theatres, gyms, barber shops and hair salons.
Michigan corona virus cases…. 304 new cases, 17 more deaths.