Pandemic Updates

Change of Plans

Friday, June 18th, 2021

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Earlier this week, we announced our plan to continue requiring masks through July 12th (until the National Cherry Festival had concluded) before relaxing our restrictions.  However, yesterday's news that Michigan will lift all COVID-19 restrictions next week means that we've had to change our plans up a bit.

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Current Hours and Pandemic Precautions

Friday, May 14th, 2021

 

The CDC and Michigan government have issued new guidelines that no longer recommend requiring fully vaccinated people to wear a mask in public places.  However, neither has provided guidelines about how we can verify vaccination status, so until those details are resolved, all customers over the age of two are still required to wear a mask over nose and mouth while in Brilliant Books.  We will review our policies in the coming weeks see if it's appropriate for us to relax our policies given our situation, but we want to take a moment to review all the appropriate state, local, and CDC guidelines to make sure we're making science-based decisions and keeping our staff and customers as safe as possible.

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Keeping the Goal in Sight

Tuesday, March 23rd, 2021

 

 

The light at the end of this long, dark, pandemic tunnel is getting brighter, but as examples around the country and the world have shown, we can't set aside our precautions just yet.  With the weather looking glorious and spring break upon us already, we've decided to tighten up some of our restrictions for a bit to be on the safe side.

 

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A Slippery Situation

Tuesday, January 19th, 2021

Well folks, we've made it this far.  There's a light at the end of the tunnel thanks to the vaccine, though there's no telling how much tunnel we actually have left.  As a business, we're doing all right for now, but it's a cautious sort of all right—like when you're not actively slipping on an icy patch of sidewalk, but you know that at any minute the footing could get unexpectedly treacherous.

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