On-Campus Students At Wayne State University Prepare For, 'New Norm'As Freshmen move into dorms on Friday, they're preparing themselves for the coming school year and new norms. Including mask wear indoors, and adhering to COVID safety protocols on campus.
Michigan Vaccinations Rise Again; Masks In School UrgedMichigan's weekly number of people getting an initial COVID-19 shot rose for the third straight week after having consistently dropped for two months.
Visitor Restrictions Eased At Henry Ford Health System HospitalsHenry Ford Health System says masks are still required for patients, visitors and healthcare workers at all facilities.
'Finally, Finally' Director Of The Inn At St.John In Plymouth Responds To June 1 Outdoor Capacity LiftThe managing director at the Inn at St. John in Plymouth excited now that outdoor restrictions will be lifted June 1. Says they can have more weddings and events after struggling during the pandemic.
Michigan Relaxing Outdoor Mask Requirement For Crowds Under 100 Starting ThursdayStarting Thursday, May 6, Michigan will relax protocols for outdoor activities. Here's what to know.
Here's Everything To Know About Michigan's Expanded Mask Rule For Kids Age 2-4Michigan has extended its gatherings and mask epidemic order which includes the expansion of mask requirements to children ages 2 to 4 to further protect the state’s residents. The order extension is through May 24.
School Where Masks Aren't Mandatory Loses Legal ChallengeA judge on Tuesday ruled in favor of local health officials in western Michigan in a dispute with a school over masks and a coronavirus infection.
Michigan Matters: As Pandemic Kicks Up, Talk of Safety And RightsAs the number of Covid-19 cases and deaths rises, Dr. Joneigh S. Khaldun, Chief Medical Executive and Chief Deputy Director for Health for the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services, appeared on CBS 62’s “Michigan Matters” to update the situation.
Hormel Foods Is Making Bacon-Scented Masks, Donating MealsIf you're a bacon lover, why settle for just eating the bacon. How about inhaling it?
Michigan Matters: Bill Ford On Pandemic, Trump's Visit, Social InjusticeAs Bill Ford, Executive Chairman of the auto giant, continues to deal with the pandemic, he took time out to talk with Carol Cain, Trump visited Ford two weeks ago and CBS 62 was invited to join the presidential motorcade.
No Mask, No Ride. Uber Gives Drivers Right To Deny PassengersStarting Monday, Uber will require drivers and passengers to verify they are wearing face coverings before the ride can begin.
Dr. Oz Asks What's The Warning To Other Parts Of The Country That Haven’t Been Hit By Covid-19 As Aggressively As NY. Dr. Oz Asks What's The Warning To Other Parts Of The Country That Haven’t Been Hit By Covid-19 As Aggressively As NY.
The Coronavirus Pandemic: Inside The Medical War Zone In NYCThe Coronavirus Pandemic: Inside The Medical War Zone In NYC
The Debate Over Masks - Should You Be Wearing Face Coverings In Public?The Debate Over Masks - Should You Be Wearing Face Coverings In Public?
UM: Masks, Handwashing Could Drastically Slow Pandemic FluMasks and hand hygiene could cut the spread of flu-like symptoms up to 75 percent, a University of Michigan study found.