We recently reported on the Michigan Marijuana Regulatory Agency (MRA) issuing guidance on how cannabis businesses can operate safely in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. On May 28, the MRA updated its bulletin.
In this update, the MRA notified medical cannabis provisioning centers and adult-use retailers that beginning on May 26, they may allow customers and patients to enter those facilities by appointment, limiting the amount of customers/patients to no more than 10 at any time. Those physically present in the retail location or provisioning center must still wear masks and maintain social distancing.
The requirements described in our earlier blog entry remain in place. Those affected by the MRA’s actions must still develop plans and enforce COVID-19-related control measures. Stay tuned for more developments as they happen.
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