GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) — Some COVID-19 restrictions, including outdoor capacity restrictions, will be lifting Tuesday.
Starting June 1, there will no longer be any capacity restrictions on outdoor gatherings. The limit on how many people may sit at a single table will expire.
The COVID-19 curfew on bars will also be lifted. Bars currently have to close at 11 p.m.
The limit on indoor capacity will remain in effect, and people who have not been vaccinated are still required to wear masks indoors.
Those restrictions are set to expire on July 1 as the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services’ broad Gathering and Face Mask order runs out.
People who are fully vaccinated already don’t have to wear masks in most situations — including in the workplace under Michigan Occupational Safety and Health Administration guidance — though businesses may still implement their own mask mandates.