There were more than 1,100 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 reported in Michigan on Saturday, Feb. 27.
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As more schools offer up more options for in-person learning, schools have been working hard for months to implement coronavirus measures to keep their students and staff safe. A local superintendent has details about their new safety measures as students prepare to head back to class.
States will receive about 14.5 million doses of the coronavirus vaccine this week, marking a nearly 70% increase in distribution of doses over the last month, White House press secretary Jen Psaki said Tuesday.
Flint Community Schools students were expecting to return back to in person learning Monday but three days ago the return was postponed indefinitely. Board member Danielle Green said she doesn't think they're ready.
Extreme winter weather is dealing the first major setback to the Biden administration's planned swift rollout of coronavirus vaccines just as the national vaccination campaign was hitting its stride.
Pregnant women are being included in research to prevent COVID-19. The trials are critical for both the women and their babies.
The Michigan House Oversight Committee met with restaurant owners to discuss capacity limits for indoor service at bars and restaurants and the impacts it's having on the industry overall.
A mid-Michigan doctor wrote an opinion piece on Michigan's vaccine distribution, highlighting the controversy surrounding who can administer COVID-19 vaccines.
The frigid temperatures, snow and ice that have devastated parts of the country are having an impact on Covid-19 vaccinations, delaying deliveries and appointments for shots.