Michigan Reports 25,329 New COVID-19 Cases, 137 DeathsThe Michigan Department of Health and Human Services announced new coronavirus cases and additional deaths in the state. Here's everything to know.
COVID-19 Hospitalizations In Michigan Reach Record HighThe number of hospitalized adults with COVID-19 in Michigan has reached a new pandemic high on Monday, Nov. 29.
Military Sending Medical Personnel To Help Treat Michigan COVID Patients Amid SurgeThe federal government will send 44 military medical personnel to Michigan to help beleaguered hospitals treat COVID-19 patients amid a fourth surge, state health officials said Wednesday.
Families Struggle With How To Hold 2nd Pandemic Thanksgiving As Michigan's COVID-19 Cases SurgeBack in the spring, Pauline Criel and her cousins talked about reuniting for Thanksgiving at her home near Detroit after many painful months of seclusion because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
MDHHS: More Than 10% Of Michigan Children Ages 5-11 Receive First COVID-19 Vaccine DoseThe Michigan Department of Health and Human Services said on Monday that more than 10% of children ages 5 to 11 have received their first dose of the COVID vaccine.
Mayor Duggan Explores Vaccine Mandate For Appointees In His Office As Detroit's COVID-19 Cases SpikeHospitalizations in Detroit due to COVID-19 are rising, as the city and the rest of Michigan struggle to cope with one of the country's highest infection rates.
Michigan Schools Taking Thanksgiving Week Off As COVID Cases RiseSeveral school districts in Michigan have pulled the plug on classes the entire week due to the massive COVID surge seen across the state.
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CDC Vaccine Advisers Vote To Recommend COVID-19 Boosters For All AdultsVaccine advisers to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention voted unanimously, 11-0, to recommend booster doses of Pfizer/BioNTech's and Moderna's COVID-19 vaccine for all adults.
Michigan Health Officials Issuing Face Mask Advisory Due To Rise In Flu, COVID-19 CasesThe Michigan Department of Health and Human Services will be issuing a face mask advisory ahead of the holidays due to the rise in COVID-19 and flu cases.
Whitmer Encourages Michigan Residents To Get COVID-19 Booster 6 Months OutOn Wednesday, Nov. 17, Gov. Whitmer encouraged all eligible adults to schedule appointments to receive a booster shot if it has been six months from when they were fully vaccinated.
Michigan Hosting Virtual COVID-19 Vaccine Town Hall Nov. 18 For Parents, FamiliesThe town hall will include a panel of pediatricians and family physicians answering questions and talking about the safety and effectiveness of the vaccine.
Latest CDC Data Shows Michigan Leading Nation In COVID-19 CasesThe CDC's COVID Data Tracker shows the state's case rate at 503.8 per 100,000. Minnesota's case rate follows behind with 490.2 per 100,000.
COVID-19 Hospitalizations Reach Seven-Month High In MichiganWhat Michigan officials previously called a "fourth COVID surge," can now be seen from the hospitals handling the cases.
Spectrum Health In W. Michigan Sees 'Dramatic' Virus SpikeThe number of COVID-19 patients at a major hospital network in western Michigan is up 40% since Nov. 1 as a fall surge pounds the state.
Michigan Surpasses 70% COVID Vaccination Milestone For Ages 16 And Older, Officials SayAccording to the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services, nearly 5.7 million people have received at least one dose.
MSU And U Of M Sanctioning Staff, Students Who Do Not Comply With Vaccine MandatesMSU and U of M were among the first universities to issue vaccine mandates back in July.
Grosse Pointe Public Schools Debating Whether To Defy County Mask MandateThe debate over masks in Metro Detroit schools is back in the spotlight.
Traverse City-Based Munson Healthcare Goes 'Red' To Care For COVID PatientsA major health care provider in northern Michigan said it is putting an emphasis on COVID-19 care and reducing other services after a spike in the region.
Biden Vax-Test Mandate Covers Government Workers In MichiganMichigan is one of 26 states to operate and enforce workplace safety rules instead of the U.S. government.
Metro Detroit Kicks Off First Full Week Of COVID Vaccine Clinics For Children Ages 5-11More clinics are set to open next week across the region.
Detroit Opening COVID Vaccine Appointments For Children Ages 5 To 11 Starting Nov. 8With doctors' offices receiving an overwhelming amount of calls from parents for vaccines, local counties and health clinics are opening, and the City of Detroit is one of them.
Ford Is First Major US Automaker To Mandate VaccinesFord will mandate vaccines for its 32,000 US salaried employees, a spokesperson for the company said on Nov. 3.
Vaccine Rule For Larger Employers, Federal Contractors, Certain Health Care Workers To Take Effect Jan. 4The Biden administration announced that its vaccine rules applying to private businesses with 100 or more employees, certain health care workers and federal contractors will take effect Jan. 4.
University of Michigan Health App Now Allows Patients To Show Proof Of VaccinationInstead of carrying vaccination cards, University of Michigan Health is launching a mobile app to help show proof of vaccine.
State Giving Up After Port Huron Fights COVID-19 CaseA state agency said it will dismiss a COVID-19 workplace violation against Port Huron after the city aggressively fought the case and revealed questionable acts by an inspector.
Michigan Health Department Recommends Best COVID Safety Practices Ahead Of HalloweenThe Michigan Department of Health and Human Services is recommending all Halloween activities stay outdoors and to avoid congregating in groups.
FDA Paves Way For Pfizer COVID-19 Vaccinations In Young KidsThe FDA cleared kid-size doses — just a third of the amount given to teens and adults — for emergency use, and up to 28 million more American children could be eligible as early as next week.
Merck Envisions Billions From COVID-19 Treatment SalesMerck fell out of the race to develop COVID-19 vaccines earlier this year but could vault to head of the pack for treatments in 2022.