This isn’t going to make people happy.
Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer signed a series of executive orders re-opening sectors of the economy across the state, including retail and auto showrooms. But they can only resume operations by appointment.
So how does this work? You make a nine-minute appointment at Best Buy to browse for a networking cable? Or perhaps you make a 45-minute appointment to look at a new car, only to leave after five minutes and now the salesman has no one to work with for most of an hour?
Maybe she did it to deflect attention away from another statement she made, when she said that she’s likely to extend the state’s stay-at-home order in the coming days.
Has she noticed that the rest of the nation is opening up?