Michigan Live reports:
Michigan’s stay-at-home order will be lifted and bars and restaurants across the state will be allowed to reopen in a limited capacity in the coming days after being shuttered for months due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Gov. Gretchen Whitmer is expected to announce this afternoon.
She will also loosen restrictions on gatherings, allowing for up to 100 people instead of the current 10, and allow in-person dining — with capacity limits — at restaurants starting June 8. Starting June 4, retailers can reopen to customers without an appointment with capacity limits, as well.
Dine-in services at bars and restaurants have not been permitted since March 16, when Whitmer first announced extensive business closures in response to the coronavirus outbreak.