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In an effort to enhance Governor Whitmer’s “Stay Home, Stay Safe” executive order, Oakland County Executive David Coulter has put an executive health order in place requiring COVID-19 screening procedures for employees of essential businesses and implementing social distancing protocols for employees and customers. The order will last until April 13, 2020, unless otherwise extended.
All essential businesses and operations, except health care organizations with an infection control program in place, remaining open in Oakland County under the “Stay Home, Stay Safe” order must comply with the following:
Doeren Mayhew recommends businesses in Oakland County discuss the requirements of this health order with their legal counsel.
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