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Yes. The National Guard has been deployed to help the State of Michigan with distribution of essential supplies and to help facilitate testing. They are not engaging in any law enforcement activities.
Unfortunately, there is no timeline for this crisis we find ourselves in. What is really important is that everyone does their part. Continue to stay home as much as possible, wash your hands, practice social distancing, cover your coughs and sneezes, and monitor your health. Take this seriously. Your actions today affect the future of not only you, but also your friends and family. We are a strong community and working together, we can stay safe.
Like all other municipalities locally, statewide, and federally, many emergency supplies are in high demand and difficult to get at this time. We are, however, through the Emergency Operations Center able to procure the necessary supplies for our county.
The most important thing you can do to help your friends, family, and neighbors in this crisis is to continue to stay home as much as possible. When in public or in group settings, wear a cloth face covering. Practice social distancing. Continue to wash your hands frequently. Monitor your health and if you start to experience symptoms, contact your health care provider.
The Court issued a memo regarding this issue. The Michigan Bar Association put together this helpful document to answer the most frequently asked questions regarding parenting time during COVID-19. For further clarification, please contact your legal representation.
Yes. We have developed this guide for faith-based organizations to consider as they prepare to reopen.
Garage sales and yard sales should not take place at this time.