Eye on the Day for Wednesday, September 23, 2020It’s Wednesday, September 23, here are the stories we’re keeping our eye on.
Henry Ford Health, U-M Study: Ultraviolet-C Light Technology Kills Covid-19 On N95 MasksIn order to assure their safety, researchers at Henry Ford Health and U of M Ann Arbor have come up with a way to decontaminate the masks by killing the virus on its surface.
Stimulus Check Update: Will Americans See More Financial Aid Before The Election?Time is running out on a stimulus package passing before the election, even as the need for another stimulus check and additional unemployment payments remains strong.
Phase 2 Of Michigan's Bottle Recycling To Begin in OctoberGood news to those looking to take back their ten-cent deposits on bottles back.
MDARD Reminds Schools, Businesses To Only Use EPA-Approved DisinfectantsThe Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development is reminding schools, businesses and consumers to only use products found on the Environmental Protection Agency’s List.
Henry Ford Health System: More Than 28,000 Patients Tested Negative For Covid-19 In Last 30 Days, 838 Tested Positive Henry Ford Health System provides an advisory chronicling the latest developments in their response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Here's an updated list the of positive and negative cases.
EMU To Test Campus Wastewater For COVID-19Eastern Michigan University will test campus wastewater for the COVID-19 virus and other signs of infectious diseases.
Detroit Healthcare Workers In Need Of Transportation Receive Free BikesSome Detroit first responders got some much need help, free transportation to those who didn't have any.
Novi High School Resumes In-Person Classes Monday After Eight Students Contracted COVID-19High School students return to their hybrid classes on Monday after eight students at Novi High School students contracted the coronavirus.
Detroit Country Day School Moves To Virtual Learning After 'A Number Of Positive COVID-19 Cases' All athletics competitions and practices will be canceled until further notice and classes will be moved to a remote learning platform starting Monday.
Novi High School Forced To Finish Week Virtually Due To 5 Students Testing Positive For Covid-19In person classes here at Novi High School just started a little over a week ago, but now the remainder of this week will be virtual only, due to five students testing positive for Covid-19.