Michigan Reports 8,297 New COVID-19 Cases, 104 DeathsThe Michigan Department of Health and Human Services announced new coronavirus cases and additional deaths in the state. Here's everything to know.
MSU: Nearly 90% Of Students, Staff Vaccinated For COVID-19Nearly 90% of students, faculty, and staff at Michigan State University have been vaccinated for COVID-19, according to university officials.
More People Are Getting Covid-19 Vaccine Boosters Than Getting Their First Shots, CDC Data ShowsAccording to the most recent data from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, more people are receiving a booster dose of a Covid-19 vaccine each day than are getting their first shot or are becoming fully vaccinated each day.
WMU Loses Appeal Over Athletes, Virus Vaccine RequirementA federal appeals court ruled in favor of athletes on Oct. 7 at Western Michigan University who sued to be able to play sports without getting a COVID-19 vaccination.
MDHHS: COVID-19 Outbreaks In Schools Continue To IncreaseWe're now about one month into the school year for most Michigan students, and COVID-19 outbreaks continue to increase.
CDC Issues New Holiday Travel Guidelines, Recommends Travelers To Be Fully VaccinatedThe CDC is urging those who travel for the holidays to be fully vaccinated.
99% Of Henry Ford Health System Employees VaccinatedHenry Ford Health System says 99% of its workers have gotten their shot or received an exemption.
27 People Test Positive For COVID-19 After Attending Luke Bryan Concert In Livingston CountyA new warning from Livingston County after multiple people test positive for coronavirus after attending the Luke Bryan concert.
Health Agencies Rescind Mask Orders Despite Governor's VowMore Michigan health departments rescinded their school mask requirements despite Whitmer saying she will not enforce budget provisions that threaten funding for counties with COVID-19 orders.
Booster Shots Become Available, Pfizer Starts Testing Pill For COVID-19 PreventionHelp is on the way to fight COVID-19, in the form of a new pill Pfizer is testing.
Oakland County Nurses To Administer First Doses Of Pfizer Booster Shot This WeekThe Oakland County Health Division is launching its first clinics to administer the booster dose of Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine on Wednesday, Sept. 29 in Southfield, with more clinics and locations to follow throughout the week.
Michigan Passes 1 Million Confirmed COVID-19 CasesMichigan has recorded more than 1 million confirmed cases of COVID-19 since the start of the pandemic, the health department said Sept. 22.
Over 150 Chaldean Doctors In Michigan, Plead With Community To Get Vaccinated Against COVID-19Doctors say many in the Chaldean community have doubts about the COVID-19 vaccines. In an effort to combat those doubts and myths about the vaccines, over 150 Chaldean doctors in Michigan have signed a letter pleaded with the community to get vaccinated.
President Biden To Ease Travel Restrictions, But Will Have To Wait Until November, Including Canada and MexicoPresident Biden is easing travel restrictions and will allow foreigners to visit the US starting in November, all they need is proof of vaccination and a negative COVID-19 test.
Virus Concerns Prompt Cancellation Of Annual Fort FrightA popular Halloween-themed event held annually in northern Michigan has been canceled this fall due to concerns over the coronavirus that include the rising number of cases of the Delta variant in the area.