This report is not accurate. The MI Safe Start Map reflects health risk. It does not reflect the phases of reopening the economy. The Lansing and Grand Rapids regions remain in Phase 4 of the MI Safe Start plan. https://t.co/7EDSwSZDak— Zack Pohl (@ZackPohl) June 30, 2020
With all due respect, this is really confusing! If reopening is related to health risk, why wouldn't the health risk and economic reopening phases match? And yes, I read the "about" section you linked to. It does not help.— Ari (@gilgi19) June 30, 2020
It’s definitely confusing indeed. They should really name one the “ economic plan” and another one the “ virus safety plan” or something— American Populist (@Polish_Hussars) June 30, 2020
Every restaurant employee just unnecessarily shit themselves.— Records & Beer (@thefullcircle) June 30, 2020
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