密歇根州州长推动州重新开放, 引用令人鼓舞的Covid-19指标

密歇根州州长格雷琴·惠特默周五宣布取消旨在遏制冠状病毒传播的一些限制措施.

In-person classes can resume at at high schools and indoor venues such as movie theaters can reopen with capacity limits and other safety precautions, she said at a news conference. Outdoor group fitness activities and outdoor non-contact sports can also resume.
Colleges can let students return to in-person classes, but are asked to have a slightly later start date of January 19, 她说.
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This lifting of restrictions follows a decrease in Covid-19 markers over the last month, both Whitmer and state Chief Medical Executive Dr. Joneigh Khaldun said.
    The state’s seven-day positivity rate has lowered to 10.8% 和 17.3% of hospital beds are being used for Covid-19 cases, according to Khaldun.
    Whitmer said that starting Monday, indoor venues where people can remain masked and socially distant, like movie theaters, will be allowed to reopen but cannot sell concessions.
    Multiple households will not be permitted to attend indoor venues together, Department of Health and Human Services Director Robert Gordon said.
    This order expires on January 15, 惠特默说, but added that this lifting of restrictions could continue depending on how the holidays go.
    If we as a state do the same thing over Christmas that we did over Thanksgiving, and over New Year’s Eve, we will be able to move things forward more quickly than if we drop our guard and travel and gather with multiple households,” 她说. “It’s really that simple.
      While congratulating Michigan residents on their progress in fighting Covid-19, she said that there is still a long way to go, especially in regards to the impending budget deadline.
      She criticized the current Covid-19 relief bill which excludes state and local funding, 采取行动 “recklessbecause local governments across the country desperately need funding.

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