Executive Order No. 2020-21: General Public.

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Section 14. Penalty: “Consistent with MCL 10.33 and MCL 30.405(3), a willful violation of this order is a misdemeanor.”

Section 1. Interpretation. This order must be construed broadly to prohibit in-person work that is not necessary to sustain or protect life.

Section 2. Order. [A]ll individuals currently living within the State of Michigan are ordered to stay at home or at their place of residence. [A]ll public and private gatherings of any number of people occurring among persons not part of a single household are prohibited.

However, abridged from section 2 includes exemptions.

Individuals may leave their homes if necessary to: (section 7(a))
(1) undertake outdoor recreational activities;
(2) critical infrastructure activities (healthcare, public health, necessary government functions, work on behalf of needy persons, work on behalf of disabled persons, and work on behalf of persons who are suffering from COVID-19, and persons who are designated as critical infrastructure by their employers (may be oral until March 31, 2020 at 11:59 pm);
(3) maintain minimum basic operations (as designated by employer) i.e. maintain the value of inventory and equipment, care for animals, ensure security, process transactions like payroll and benefits, and facilitate other works to work remotely;
(4) those government operations (as also listed in #2 above, section 6 of EO);
(5) to perform necessary health and safety functions;
(6) obtain supplies (use delivery to the maximum extent possible);
(7) care for a family member or a family member’s pet (even in another household);
(8) care for minors, dependents, elderly persons, and persons with disabilities;
(9) to visit persons in health care facilities;
(10) to attend court proceedings of essential or emergency purposes (court ordered);
(11) to work or volunteer as described in #2 above.
(12) travel between your own homes and residences, and as required by court order or law enforcement.

Full Text of EO 2020-21: https://www.michigan.gov/whitmer/0,9309,7-387-90499_90705-522626–,00.html