ALPENA, Mich.— The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services issued an emergency order Sunday which went into effect Wednesday and remains in effect for three weeks.
High school and college students move to remote learning, entertainment centers such as bingo halls, bowling centers and ice skating rinks are closed.
Offices that can conduct business remotely are also closed. Indoor gatherings are limited to two households, bars and restaurants are open, but for outdoor dining, carry out and delivery only.
Healthcare offices are open, funerals are permitted with a limit of 25 people and small outdoor gatherings are allowed with a limit of 25 people. Manufacturing jobs, construction and work that can’t be performed remotely are allowed.
Public transportation and personal care services with proper protocols are allowed to stay open.