The Michigan Attorney General's Office has warned a national craft retail chain to close its doors under a statewide executive order intended to limit the spread of the novel coronavirus. Joann Stores
asked that the craft store be deemed “essential,” defined as necessary to sustain life, because it is supplying fabric to crafters who are sewing masks for local hospitals, which are
running short on supplies. The attorney general's office disagreed and told the business to shut down in-person shopping.
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