Dr. Oz And Virus Hunter Dr. Ian Lipkin Discuss Immunity Testing, Antibodies, And T CellsDr. Oz And Virus Hunter Dr. Ian Lipkin Discuss Immunity Testing, Antibodies, And T Cells
Dr. Oz Shows How One Person With Immunity Can Stop The Spread Of The Virus Dead In Its TracksDr. Oz Shows How One Person With Immunity Can Stop The Spread Of The Virus Dead In Its Tracks
Virus Hunter Dr. Ian Lipkin Explains How Herd Immunity And Vaccines Work Together To Stop The Spread Of A VirusVirus Hunter Dr. Ian Lipkin Explains How Herd Immunity And Vaccines Work Together To Stop The Spread Of A Virus. 
Dr. Oz And Virus Hunter Dr. Ian Lipkin Discuss Reinfection And Immunity.Dr. Oz And Virus Hunter Dr. Ian Lipkin Discuss Reinfection And Immunity.
Ford To Test Workers With Covid-19 Symptoms In Michigan, Other Metro AreasFord says it will provide coronavirus testing for workers who show symptoms of Covid-19 in Michigan, Kentucky, Missouri and Illinois.
List: Detroit Health Department To Conduct Testing At These FacilitiesThe Health Department is targeting 70 locations with confirmed COVID-19 cases and plans to test 8000 residents over the next five weeks.
South Oakland Health Center Opening For Covid-19 TestingSouth Oakland Health Center in Southfield is opening for drive-thru Covid-19 testing.
Coronavirus In Michigan: Detroit To Serve As Drive-Thru Testing GroundsCOVID-19 cases in Detroit are not slowing down in fact the latest report says there are currently 851 people living with the virus and 15 deaths.
Coronavirus In Michigan: 4 Additional Positive Cases Of COVID-19 AnnouncedThis brings the state total of COVID-19 cases to 16. Testing is still underway for the day.
Whitmer: Michigan Medicaid Program Will Waive Copays, Cost-Sharing For Coronavirus Testing, Health CareA number of insurers, including Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan, Blue Care Network of Michigan, Priority Health, CVS Health, McLaren, and Meridian also announced they will fully cover the cost of medically-necessary COVID-19 tests for members.
Michigan Reading Scores Slightly Up Amid Mostly Poor ResultsMichigan third- and fourth-graders improved slightly on reading and math tests last spring, but those results were among the "few highlights" in otherwise disappointing scores, state officials said Wednesday.