MICHIGAN — Gov. Whitmer has extended visitor restrictions to healthcare facilities to May 3 as COVID-19 cases continue to climb.
“We must continue to do everything we can to protect Michiganders,” said Governor Whitmer. “This is a hard time for families, and we will continue to put their health and safety first when making these decisions. I encourage everyone in Michigan to remain flexible and do their part to slow the spread of COVID-19.”
Those restrictions do have some exceptions. Those assisting in everyday care child birth and parent or guardians are allowed. Health evaluations will still be followed before being allowed to visit patients.
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