Michigan bars and restaurants can open their doors to customers who want to be served inside starting Monday, Feb. 1.
A recent order from the state health department allows indoor dining with restrictions.
Bars and restaurants have to close by 10pm. They can only re-open at 25% of capacity or up to 100 people.
And businesses have to get contact info from diners for contact tracing.
The state health department says there are fewer COVID-19 patients in hospitals. And the statewide test positivity rate is also declining.
But officials say they're closely watching what happens with a more contagious coronavirus variant in Michigan.