Restrictions Lifted for Metro Detroit Restaurants, Bars


The last of the COVID restrictions were lifted today, which means restaurants and bars can return to 100-percent capacity. Although they can host more patrons, it’s still going to be tough for many businesses due to the difficulty of finding any employees.

After 15 months of having some kind of restriction, Gov. Gretchen Witmer announced this past Thursday the changes would be moved up nine days. Also, the state will no longer require residents to wear a face mask.

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