Coronavirus In Michigan: Here's An Updated List Of Positive CasesHere's a list of the cases, including 479 deaths, in the state as of Friday afternoon.
Coronavirus In Michigan: State Total Rises To 549 Cases Friday AfternoonMichigan has reported more positive coronavirus cases have spiked to a state total of 549.
Coronavirus In Michigan: Here Are 5 Things To Protect Yourself And Your FamilyHere are five things you should do to protect yourself and your family from the coronavirus.
Coronavirus In Michigan: South Lyon Community Schools Confirms Positive Student Case The South Lyon Community Schools District confirmed a student tested positive for coronavirus.
Coronavirus In Michigan: Detroit Zoo Stays Open With Visitor, Event RestrictionsThe Detroit Zoo is keeping their doors open despite the ongoing outbreak.
Coronavirus In Michigan: Bars, Restaurants Ordered To Close By 3 p.m.The order does not include carry out services.
Whitmer: Events, Shared Space Assemblages Over 250 People Be Canceled Or PostponedIt begins Friday, March 13 at 5 p.m. and ends Sunday, April 5 at 5 p.m.
Coronavirus In Michigan: Here’s A List Of Possible COVID-19 Exposure LocationsOakland County says anyone that was present at the following locations on the dates and times listed should be alert for symptoms of COVID-19.
Coronavirus Causes Boeing Hiring FreezeBoeing imposed a hiring freeze starting Thursday due to the coronavirus epidemic.
Survey: Most People Willing To Risk Coronavirus Concerns For LoveDespite ongoing coronavirus concerns a new survey shows most people are willing to risk it for love.
Coronavirus In Michigan: College Students React To Suspended In Person ClassesMichigan State University was the first to call off in class learning once coronavirus cases were confirmed in Michigan.
Michigan Announces 10 Additional Positive Cases Of COVID-19This brings the state total of COVID-19 cases to 12.
Whitmer Administration Expands Telemedicine, Urges President Trump To Permit ACA Special Enrollment Period During COVID-19Governor Gretchen Whitmer announced Thursday that her administration will expand access to telemedicine for Michiganders by immediately allowing Medicaid beneficiaries to receive services in their home.
Michigan Senate Approves Up To $25M To Combat CoronavirusThe Michigan Senate on Thursday approved spending up to $25 million to combat the new coronavirus.
Coronavirus In Michigan: Detroit School Preps For Possible Online LearningNow that COVID-19 has reached Michigan, one local school is making preparations for the possibility of online learning.