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Kelly Stafford said in an Instagram story, “I ended up living under a dictatorship we call Michigan.. “I understand there is a pandemic, and I understand it is very frightening. I’m afraid of him, too. If you are at risk, do not leave your home until a vaccine is available. But closing all these small businesses – the things people have made their lives for – shutting them down again is not the answer, because they won’t..
Her comments come on the second day of a three-week « pause » of COVID-19 in Michigan, which banned indoor dining in restaurants, closed personal classrooms for college and high school students, and is perhaps most relevant to the Stafford family. All attending sporting events.
The Lions allowed 500 friends and family to attend the games at Ford Field, but when asked about it during Sunday’s announcement of the new restrictions, Robert Gordon, director of the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services, shut it down..
Kelly Stafford said she feels bad about small business owners, as well as people with COVID-19 and hospitals.
She said, « I don’t like living in a place where they tell me what I can and cannot do. ».
« So I’ll be very honest: I got over it too much. I ended up living under the dictatorship we call Michigan. I understand there is a pandemic, and I know it is very frightening. I’m afraid of him, too. If you are at risk, do not leave your home until a vaccine is available.
“But closing all these small businesses – the things people have worked for – and closing them again is not the answer, because they will not.. So once we can leave our home, once this dictatorship decides to allow us some freedom, there will be nothing left.
« You’re just done. I see all these people and it makes me feel tears. Me – and believe me, I know there are people who say, ‘This is really ignorant of you. How can you say that? “Listen, I know not everyone will agree with me. Not everyone will agree with my every step. This is life, okay? We express our opinions, we move on.
« That’s my opinion. I feel this small business. It doesn’t mean I don’t feel about people with COVID or hospitals. I am doing. But this is my opinion. I don’t feel – I don’t like living in a place where they tell me what I can and cannot do. I live once. Again, this is my opinion. You have yours, everyone has theirs, and we keep it in mind.
Michigan, along with many other states and cities, has implemented new restrictions in an effort to curb the spread of COVID-19, which specifically target gatherings in public places, such as restaurants and movie theaters..
Countries themselves cannot bail out companies. Rulers across the country called on Congress to pass another relief bill to help businesses survive.
At a conference call Tuesday between Democratic governors of the Midwest, the governor of Wisconsin. Tony Evers has called for a supplement to the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act that Congress adopted in March.
“There are workers, families, farmers and small businesses that will need our help, and frankly, we cannot do it alone,” Evers said.. « We will need a robust federal support system to help our states and economies recover beyond the federal CARES funds that expire at the end of the year..
Hogan said: « Everyone on both sides of the corridor in Washington should get together and finally get it done for the American people. ».
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