Current restrictions in the state of MI were set to expire on Monday, but they have been extended on Friday through May 24 2021, with some newer stricter measures thrown in.
The main change to the rules is that children as young as two years old will now have to wear masks.
According to local Fox News outlet Fox 2 Detroit, current curfews of 11pm will continue to be in effect, as well as lowered capacity limits in any scenario where people get together, indoors and outdoors.
No more than three people are allowed to enter a residence, and people at outside or inside venues, from restaurants to stadiums etc., must be in groups of six or smaller. Movie theaters, casinos and other similar venues allow groups of up to 25 people.
In all cases, masking and social distancing regulations must be fully obeyed by all concerned.
In addition, remote work is still strongly encouraged, and COVID preparedness plans and safety protocols must be in place for all workplaces where people must show up in-person in order to do their jobs.
Statistics show cases of the virus rising in Michigan once more, according to Detroit News.