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Whitmer hopeful indoor dining will resume with capacity restrictions, curfew on Feb. 1

Video Credit: FOX 47 News Michigan - Duration: 49:12s - Published
Whitmer hopeful indoor dining will resume with capacity restrictions, curfew on Feb. 1

Whitmer hopeful indoor dining will resume with capacity restrictions, curfew on Feb. 1

Michigan Gov.

Gretchen Whitmer said she is hopeful that restaurants will be able to open for indoor dining starting Monday, Feb.

1, with safety measures.


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