Michigan’s updated coronavirus order will close garden centers and more

via michiganlive.com by Lauren Gibbons

Michigan’s stay-at-home order extension announced by Gov. Gretchen Whitmer comes with some additional restrictions intended to limit the spread of the virus - including closing off certain sections of stores.

The new stay-at-home order runs through April 30, takes the place of the previous order and bars non-essential business and travel outside the home.

Grocery stores and other retailers that sell food, medicine and other essentials are allowed to remain open during the stay-at-home order, although they’ll now be subject to additional occupancy restrictions and be required to shut down non-essential areas of the store, including sections dedicated to carpeting, flooring, furniture, garden centers, plant nurseries or paint.

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