Our news partner, Fox17, reported that Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer signed a "Stay home, stay safe" executive order on Monday morning, going into effect at 12:01 a.m. Tuesday and lasting at least three weeks.

Critical services will remain open, and people will be allowed to leave to go to grocery stores, pharmacies, to take care of family members, and you can still go outside for walks, runs, hikes and more. Just maintain social distancing. Also remaining open will be banks, gas stations and more.

Schools will also remain closed until April 13.

The full text of the Gov. Whitmer's executive order is online.