All indoor and outdoor settings will increase to 100% capacity and face masks no longer required.
Governor Gretchen Whitmer today accelerated the end of all COVID-19 epidemic orders on gatherings and masking as COVID-19 cases continue to plummet following increased vaccinations. Beginning June 22, capacity in both indoor and outdoor settings will increase to 100% and the state will no longer require residents to wear a face mask.
Following that update, the MDHHS Updated the most recent order to reflect this.
View the updated order here.
In addition to the Gatherings and Mask Order, additional orders are being rescinded as of June 22 and can be found here.
Additionally, some orders will remain in effect to protect vulnerable populations in corrections, long-term care, and agriculture. Public health measures will continue for reporting requirements and COVID testing to make sure areas where community spread is high are identified, kids are safe in school and free COVID-19 tests are available.
MIOSHA Emergency Rules Updated – 6/23/21
Dialing back workplace rules for non-healthcare settings allows employers to use their best judgment in determining whether to maintain:
- Daily health screenings
- Face covering requirements; and
- Social distancing requirements
Health Department of NW MI - Vaccine Information for COVID-19