(Lansing, MI) - Some COVID-19 restrictions in Michigan have been lifted while others are still in place.
The ban on Indoor dining has been extended until at least the end of this month.
However, basketball and other non-contact sports in the schools can resume with practice beginning January 16.
Boys and girls basketball won't be able to play games until February 1 or about one week later than originally anticipated.
According to Governor Gretchen Whitmer, the restrictions were loosened because of declining
cases, hospitalizations and positivity rates.
The governor is hoping to allow indoor dining to resume on February 1st.