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Published 3/21/2020

Governor Whitmer Issues Executive Order Closing Non-Essential Personal Care Establishments

Hair, Nail and Tanning Salons, Massage and Tattoo Parlors, Spas, Body Art and Piercing Services Included In Executive Order 2020-20


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All non-essential personal care establishments and services must temporarily close by Sunday morning, March 22nd, at 9am, Governor Gretchen Whitmer ordered on Saturday.

Executive Order 2020-20 is the latest in a series meant to stem the spread of COVID-19 that, to date, is known to have claimed five lives in Michigan.

787 individuals are confirmed to have acquired Coronavirus in Michigan.



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Update 3/22/2020

Art Van Furniture is suspending its liquidation sales due to the COVID-19. The Warren-based retailer said Thursday that it is following guidance by public health authorities. 

Great Lakes Crossing in Auburn Hills and Twelve Oaks in Novi will close their doors through at least March 29th. The owner of both malls, Taubman Centers, is closing down nearly all of its malls nationwide. 

The Grand Rapids Children's Museum is helping kids stay busy at home during school closures. The museum is closed, but its online portal to fun and activities is open.

An aging bridge in Detroit over I-94 is closed for repairs until Sunday. The Cass Avenue bridge between West Palmer and Antoinette has been shut down by the Michigan Department of Transportation.  

Operations at Flint Assembly have stopped due to concerns over the coronavirus. Employees were told Flint Assembly operations wrapped up after second shift. Flint Assembly will be back to operation March 30th. 

Ferris State University is closing all residence halls on campus as it offers online classes to students during the coronavirus outbreak. Ferris will offer remote instruction through June 1. 

Michigan Congressman John Moolenaar is keeping busy during the coronavirus pandemic. He held a telephone town hall Thursday afternoon and says he’s worked on legislation to help the country and Michigan.