Michigan Reports 8,955 New COVID-19 Cases, 40 Deaths FridayThe Michigan Department of Health and Human Services announced new coronavirus cases and additional deaths in the state. Here's everything to know.
Michigan’s Extended Benefits To End This Week After Jobless Rate Falls To 5.1%Michigan's extended unemployment benefits will end this week.
Beaumont Health Puts Out Community Call For Action To Help Minimize Covid-19 As Cases Surge, And Hospitals See Major UptickBeaumont Health experiencing a surge in COVID cases especially with the younger population calling on Michiganders to do their part to help stop the spread
Michigan Health Director Elizabeth Hertel Traveled Out Of State Amid Virus SpikeElizabeth Hertel traveled with family to Alabama for spring break last week despite her department’s guidance to avoid out-of-state travel while Michigan suffers a raging coronavirus outbreak.
Beaumont Health Warns Its Hospitals Are At 'Critical' Capacity As Michigan's COVID-19 Cases IncreaseBeaumont Health issued an "urgent warning" to Metro Detroit communities on Thursday, pleading for Michiganders to personally take immediate steps to help stop the spread of the virus.
Detroit Officials Alarmed About Increasing Rate Of COVID-19 Cases, Urge Residents To Get VaccinatedRoughly 128,000 Detroit residents have been vaccinated, yet Detroit still lags behind other surrounding communities and the state of Michigan, according to officials.
COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic At WCCCD Extends Walk-In HoursThe COVID-19 vaccine clinic at Wayne County Community College District is extending its walk-in hours. Here's what to know.
Missed Gov. Whitmer's Press Conference? Here's Her Update On The State's Response To COVID-19Governor Gretchen Whitmer held a press conference providing updates on the State's response to COVID-19.
Over 700 University Of Michigan Students Denied Access To Campus BuildingsOver 700 students at the University of Michigan are being denied access to campus buildings.
Large Portion Of New COVID-19 Cases In Those Under 18The virus is spreading at an alarming rate in Michigan, with a large portion of those new cases in those under 18. 
City Of Detroit Suspends Use Of Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 VaccineThe city of Detroit has suspended the use of the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine by the city’s health department until further notice.
Whitmer Tours Eastern Michigan University Vaccination ClinicThe EMU vaccination clinic has been open since December to provide vaccines to healthcare workers and has the capacity to administer up to 1,000 vaccines per day.  
CDC Chief Urges Michigan To ‘Close Things Down’ Amid SpikeThe director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Monday that Michigan should “close things down” to help address surging coronavirus infections, days after Gov. Gretchen Whitmer instead urged people to voluntarily restrict certain activities.
City Of Detroit Kicks Off Its 'Neighborhood Vaccine Week' Taking Place Throughout The City April 12-16The city of Detroit is taking vaccinations directly to the community. On Monday the city kicked off its “Neighborhood Vaccine Week” at Western International High School on the cities SW side, and Henry Ford High on the westside.
Michigan Hospitals Postponing Elective Surgeries Following COVID-19 SurgeSeveral Michigan hospitals are postponing elective surgeries due to an increase of COVID-19 patients.
Biden To Rush Vaccinators To Michigan As Gov. Whitmer Urges LimitsThe announcement came as Gov. Gretchen Whitmer strongly recommended, but did not order, a two-week pause on face-to-face high school instruction, indoor restaurant dining and youth sports.
Chip Shortage Forces More Production Cuts By GM, FordThe global shortage of semiconductors has forced General Motors and Ford to further cut production at their North American factories as chip supplies seem to be growing tighter.
CDC Awards $90.2M To Michigan's Vaccine Efforts$90.2 million in extra federal COVID-19 funds will go toward Michigan’s vaccine efforts.
Wayne State University Cancels In-Person Classes, Activities As COVID-19 Cases SpikeWayne State University is suspending all in-person classes and activities due to Michigan’s massive spike in COVID cases.
Metro Detroit Doctor Says New Variant Likely To Blame For Rise In Michigan COVID HospitalizationsWith COVID cases climbing in Michigan, local Doctor says surge in Metro Detroit hospitalizations likely due to new B117 variant.
Michigan Extends Quarantine Requirement To 14 DaysMichigan has extended its quarantine requirement to 14 days up from the previous 10 days.
Oakland University: Students Living On Campus Must Be Vaccinated Prior To Fall Move-InStudents will be required to show proof of vaccination before moving in on August 27. Exceptions will be made for students who seek a religious or medical exemption. 
Gov. Whitmer Gets COVID Vaccine, All Residents 16 And Up Now EligibleMichigan is one step closer to reaching the goal of vaccinating 70 percent of the state. All residents 16 and up are now eligible to get the covid vaccine.
Gov. Whitmer Gets COVID-19 Vaccine Alongside Teen DaughterGov. Gretchen Whitmer got her first COVID-19 vaccine shot Tuesday, touting it as the most effective way to protect people and to return Michigan to normalcy.
Report: 246 Fully Vaccinated Michiganders Got COVID-19, 3 DiedAt least 246 fully vaccinated residents contracted COVID-19 according to state health officials. 
Student Athlete Advocacy Group Files Lawsuit Over COVID Testing RequirementsLet Them Play Inc. has been at the forefront of restoring high school sports in the wake of the pandemic and now the group hurdling through another legal battle.
Delta Cancels About 100 Flights, Opens Some Middle SeatsDelta Air Lines canceled about 100 flights Sunday due to staff shortages, and it opened up middle seats a month earlier than expected in order to carry more passengers.
All Michigan Residents Ages 16 And Up Eligible For COVID-19 VaccineAll people ages 16 and older in Michigan became eligible for COVID-19 vaccines.
Michigan’s Top Court Sides With Dad In Parental Rights CaseThe Michigan Supreme Court unanimously overturned the decisions of a Kalamazoo-area judge who terminated the parental rights of a poor couple after their two children had missed 25% of school.