Executive Order Updates
As the COVID-19 pandemic progresses, the Governor’s office has been releasing new executive orders to adjust and evaluate restrictions that have been previously put in place to protect the health of Michigan Residents.
On June 5, 2020, Executive Order 2020-115 was issued. This order moves Roscommon County into Phase 5 of reopening (Arenac, Isabella, Clare, Osceola, and Gladwin Counties are still in Phase 4).
On June 10, gyms, hair salons, indoor theaters, tattoo parlors, and similar establishments will be permitted to reopen in Roscommon County, subject to strict workplace safeguards. Indoor social gatherings and organized events of up to 50 people will be allowed, as will outdoor social gatherings and organized events of up to 250 people.
The Governor also announced today that personal care services—including hair and nail salons—can reopen statewide as of June 15, 2020. Now that new segments of the economy are re-opening, the requirements for businesses to open safely have been updated as well. These measures are designed to protect employees as well as clients. These requirements are now contained in Executive Order 2020-114.
For all Michiganders, as of now, indoor social gathering of fewer than 50 people are allowed, and outdoor gatherings of fewer than 250 people are also allowed but continue to keep 6-ft between people who are not of the same household. For specific information about certain types of venues and restrictions, please reference the order (Executive Order 2020-110).
Michiganders should still wear face masks when in enclosed public spaces, stay 6-ft away from others when in public spaces, and wash hands frequently to protect themselves and loved ones. Working from home whenever possible is strongly encouraged.
This partial and gradual reopening gives the state’s public health team a chance to evaluate the effects of allowing these activities to resume and assess the capacity of the health care systems response to any increase in infections. For a full list of the executive orders that have been put in place, visit Coronavirus – Executive Orders.
Business and Workplace Reopening Resources
Businesses and workplaces reopening next week are encouraged to visit our website cmdhd.org/novel-coronavirus for reopening toolkits, information, and guidance on reopening.
Mental Health Resource
Even as Michigan moves into the next phase of reopening, it is still important to take care of our mental health and wellbeing. The State of Michigan’s Stay Well program has published this printable document with simple mindfulness and grounding techniques, as well as a stress resilience plan: click here.
Updates & Reminders
- There will be a drive through mobile food distribution for Clare County residents on Saturday, June 6, at the Clare County Fairgrounds. Registration starts at 10 a.m. with distribution taking place from 11 a.m. to Noon. View the event flyer for more details.
- If you or someone you know needs meals, clothing, shelter, or other essential items connect with 211, your local non-emergency public service number. Call, text, or chat live with agents who are standing by 24/7 to direct you and your family members to local resources.
Click here for information on confirmed Coronavirus (COVID-19) cases in our jurisdiction. This information is updated weekly and includes age, sex, hospitalization, and cases by zip code. Details on our services as they gradually reopen to the public can be found by visiting our Special Hours | CMDHD webpage.
For more information on these topics and others please visit our Facebook Page Central Michigan District Health Department – Home or our website at www.cmdhd.org.
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Your Local Health Department
Central Michigan District Health Department Main Office
2012 East Preston Avenue
Mt. Pleasant, MI 48858