What Will Coronavirus Crisis Mean for Mackinac Island Businesses, Tourism? – 9&10 News

The coronavirus has made an impact on all different kinds of businesses, including tourism in northern Michigan.

And there is no tourist destination quite like Mackinac Island.

But what will this mean for businesses there and their season?

It is an uncertain time for all of us, and certainly for business owners everywhere.

On Mackinac Island, many are wondering when their season will start.

We know the Grand Hotel pushed its opening date back to the end of May.

The Mackinac Island Tourism Board says:

All Mackinac Island businesses are determining 2020 season scheduling at their discretion with the health and safety of the islands residents, staff and guests prioritized above all other considerations. At this time, the majority of island businesses are planning to welcome our valued guests to the summer capital of the world as soon as it is deemed safe to do so by federal, state and local officials.

We will continue to monitor for future travel directives and guidelines, and serve as a resource to provide updates on behalf of Mackinac Island Tourism members as they become available.

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