“Extreme reductions in driving” has led state officials to order insurance refunds to customers.
Summer plans may be a little different now that the governor has lifted stay-at-home orders.
Some businesses could reopen soon if COVID-19 infections continue to deline in Michigan.
Only stores with bottle returns in front or in a separate area and that have automated machinery will reopen.
The governor will also allow bars and restaurants to reopen, people to gather in groups up to 100, and sporting events to resume.
Retailers are eager to get back to work, but shopping habits may change post-COVID-19.
People who have been partially furloughed can receive $600 per week through July.
There have been nearly 5,000 coronavirus cases in nursing homes, but the state has failed to adequately keep track of them.
The governor extended the grocery rules as well as rules for visitation at medical facilities.
The 65-year-old business will shut for good after selling off its inventory over the next month or two.