June brings lighter COVID restrictions to Indiana and Michigan

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Tuesday marked the beginning of changes in the COVID-19 rules for both Michigan and Indiana.

In Indiana, the mask mandate has been lifted in certain state facilities. It remains in place for places like vaccine clinics and COVID testing facilities. Masks will still be required in schools through June 30.

Starting July 1 local school boards in Indiana will decide what measures and restrictions to keep.

In Michigan, Masks are no longer required outdoors and capacity limits have ended for residential gatherings, outdoor sports events and concerts. Social gatherings are now subject to the regulations of the venue. Restaurants and bars can operate indoors at 50 percent capacity and can stay open past 11 p.m.

Face masks are required for non-vaccinated people indoors. Full capacity for Michigan returns on July 1.

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