As fears of new COVID-19 variants mount, approximately 33 million vaccines have been administered across the United States, about 62 percent of all available doses. As the new Biden administration struggles to allocate vaccines, the President himself urged states to reallocate vaccines that have not been used
Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer provided an update on the state's COVID-19 response yesterday, addressing the emergence of a new COVID-19 strain in Michigan and the state's vaccine rollout while brushing off questions about the departure of MDHHS Director Robert Gordon. Gordons Departure came as the
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The months-long process of opening and closing various business sectors continues, as the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) announced the resumption of face-to-face indoor dining in restaurants across the state.
Starting February 1, Michigan restaurants will
With the seemingly endless COVID-19 pandemic entering what is without a doubt the second wave of uncontrolled spread, new lockdown measures have arrived from Governor Gretchen Whitmer and the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services [MDHHS]. The lockdown orders aim to pause certain actions
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As Michigan moves into the late fall and winter season, COVID-19 cases are rising. In the face of this, the City of Detroit is offering options for free testing at select locations.
When COVID-19 began spreading rapidly in March, Michigan Governor Whitmer was quick to respond with a series of executive orders, as well as the declaration of a state of emergency. While this response saw Michigan handle the virus better than a good amount of states,
In late February, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention [CDC] held a press conference about the ongoing spread of Covid-19, otherwise known as the Coronavirus. Mentioning that as the disease spreads, it will more than likely disrupt daily life for Americans, the CDC stressed