The future of Michigan’s COVID restrictions will be directly tied to its vaccine rate


Michigan’s governor says easing the state’s COVID restrictions will be tied to the vaccination rate.

Governor Whitmer and state health officials gave an update on Thursday. She and her 19 year-old daughter also received their second COVID shots.

Whitmer announced a plan to establish the easing of restrictions in the state based on its vaccination rate.

It’s part of the state’s “Mi Vacc To Normal” plan that seeks to vaccinate 70% of the state’s 16 and older population. There are tiers for 55% and 60% that relate directly to capacities, face masks, and curfews around the state.

As of Thursday Michigan has 48.8% of its 16 and older population vaccinated against COVID-19.


  1. Tyrant! you will take the vaccine or we wont reopen. wow you people in Michigan really picked a winner with Witless! good for you people who voted for her hope you enjoy!

  2. What a crock of crap she is!!!!!! Go ahead Michigan reelect this far lefty again. She is doing a great job at running the used to be great state of Michigan, you should be proud. LMAO U all better learn to salute and wont you look good in your brown outfits. When will you peeps say enough is enough?? BAAA BAAA!


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