Michigan's stay-home, stay-safe order will be extended through May 15 April 24, 2020 Michigan’s stay-at-home order will be extended through May 15, with some modifications allowing certain industries to reopen, Gov. Gretchen Whitmer told the Associated Press Friday. During an extended Stay-Home, Stay-Safe order it can feel at times like you have lost your village. 💚 It is important to focus on mental health and self-care both now and through the likely prolonged process of reengaging in person as a society. This may mean turning to telehealth and virtual communities to replace those in-person interactions; but support is still here for you now during COVID-19. 💚 Subscribe to our Facebook page for daily information and inspiration. 💚 LifeWays Community Mental Health is here for you 24/7 at 1 (800) 284-8288. Remember, Hope and Help begin at LifeWays. Ahead of an 11 a.m. Friday news briefing, Whitmer unveiled to the AP her latest update to the stay-at-home order, which will replace the one that was set to expire April 30. Certain restrictions previously included under the state’s stay-at-home order, including bans on motorized boating, golf and retail operations like garden centers, would be lifted under the plan. Landscapers, lawn-service companies, nurseries and bike repair shops will be allowed to return to work subject to strict social distancing, and big-box stores will be allowed to reopen closed sections of the store. Other retailers will now be allowed to reopen for curbside pick-up or delivery. And residents will be allowed to travel between their residences again, although such travel is “strongly discouraged," according to a press release from the governor’s office. Public-facing businesses like gyms salons, bars and in-person dining at restaurants would remain off-limits under the order. For the full press release, click here.