Michigan released exclusive information on Friday night about how businesses must enforce the latest version of the state mask mandate, which went into effect at 9am on Saturday, May 15.
The new directive allows all vaccinated people, meaning they were removed from the last two weeks of transfusion to discard the mask in most outdoor and indoor areas.
Business requires It is a “good faith effort”; to ensure that people who are not vaccinated wear customized masks.
If you want to count as Businesses can make any of three options: label unvaccinated people still need to wear a mask, ask customers if they are vaccinated. (Or otherwise excluded), or simply requiring everyone to wear masks.
To read the full order, click here.
Other components of the health directive, such as capacity limits for different types of assembly, remain unchanged.
Related: Michigan follows the CDC’s recommendations.There are no masks in the house for people who receive the vaccine.The full mask order will end on July 1.
Other exempt persons from wearing masks in the home include children under 2 years of age, eager eaters or drinkers, and those medically intolerant of a mask, among other exceptions.
These mask order changes do not have an impact on employees as they must comply with Michigan’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration rules.MIOSHA rules have not yet been relaxed so that vaccinated people can expose them. But government officials said they were considering modifying those rules as well.
Some businesses have said they plan to continue to use masks for everyone, including Meijer and Kroger.
The state’s latest health mandate expires at 11:59 p.m. on May 31, but an extension may be made, the Gretchen Whitmer government announced Friday that all of Michigan’s mask mandate will be repealed on July 1.
The move comes in the wake of new recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control, which say people who get vaccinated no longer need to wear a face mask.
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