Governor Whitmer has Michigan on a 3-week pause due to the uprising Coronavirus outbreak. The health department has limited gatherings and closed dine-in restaurants ( only pick-up or delivery). The order starts on Wednesday, November 18, 2020. It ends on Tuesday, December 8, 2020.
Other establishments that are closed are for the three weeks include high school (in-person learning), theaters, movie theaters, stadiums, arenas, college and universities ( in-person learning), bowling centers, ice skating rinks, indoor water parks, workplace (when work can be done from home), group fitness classes, bingo halls, casinos, arcades, and organized sports, except professional sports.
On the bright side, the governor still has places open like hair salons, barbershops, and other personal services. With Thanksgiving and Christmas coming near, the retail stores are still open. She is allowing two-household gatherings with high cautions limited to 10 people. Other places that are still opened are gyms, pools for individual exercise, small outdoor gatherings limited to 25 people, preschool through 8th grade, childcare, public transit, manufacturing, construction, and other work impossible to do remotely.