So, because the legislature won't extend the emergency, Whitmer is terminating her Executive Order.
And then in her next order, Executive Order 2020-67 (COVID-19) she reinstates them.
For the same stated purpose.
Executive Order 2020-66 (COVID-19)
For the reasons set forth above, the threat and danger posed to Michigan by the COVID-19 pandemic has by no means passed, and the disaster and emergency conditions it has created still very much exist. Twenty-eight days, however, have elapsed since I declared states of emergency and disaster under the Emergency Management Act in Executive Order 2020-33. And while I have sought the legislature’s agreement that these declared states of emergency and disaster should be extended, the legislature—despite the clear and ongoing danger to the state—has refused to extend them beyond today.
Accordingly, acting under the Michigan Constitution of 1963 and Michigan law, I order the following:
The state of emergency declared under the Emergency Management Act in Executive Order 2020-33 is terminated.
The state of disaster declared under the Emergency Management Act in Executive Order 2020-33 is terminated.
The following is an illegal act by the Governess of Michigan, seizing power not given her.