COVID-19

Manufacturers return to work

Manufacturing businesses were allowed to reopen Monday but with COVID-19 precautions in place.

Manufacturing employees went back to work Monday after nearly two months of their businesses being shuttered due to COVID-19.

But the return to work isn’t a return to normal. Businesses that have reopened do so under new rules meant to keep the virus at bay.

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Employees are checked for coronavirus symptoms every day. Protocols are in place to ensure workplaces are sanitized and everyone maintains their distance. At the same time, there is uncertainty about the future of the marketplace, according to an article on MLive.

“We all know the overall worldwide market is going to be a little soft,” said John Walsh, the president and CEO of the Michigan Manufacturers Association.

You can read the full story here.