Governor Gretchen Whitmer has signed executive order 2020-147, which reiterates that individuals are required to wear a face covering whenever they are in an indoor public space. The order also requires the use of face coverings in crowded outdoor spaces.
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The Shiawassee County Health Department is reporting 259 confirmed cases of COVID-19 and 27 deaths related to the virus as of Thursday, July 9.
States with spiking coronavirus cases still can contain them by pausing their reopening processes, rather than shutting down a second time, one of the nation's top infectious disease experts said Thursday.
Gov. Gretchen Whitmer on Wednesday vetoed bills that would have further delayed tax payments amid the coronavirus pandemic, citing harm to local budgets across Michigan and saying one measure related to property taxes was “blatantly" unconstitutional.
Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh said Wednesday he was closing in on a contract extension before coping with the COVID-19 pandemic became a top priority for all involved in the discussions.
The 2020 concert series, which has run for the last 9 years at the Saginaw Township Soccer Complex, has been officially canceled due to the pandemic and changing conditions.
A Mid-Michigan woman is angry at the apparent complacency of people ignoring the reality of COVID-19, which claimed the life of her father.
Michigan’s economic development board on Tuesday authorized a $115 million grant program for small businesses, nonprofits, farms and agricultural processors hurt by the coronavirus pandemic.
As COVID-19 cases continue to climb both nationally and locally, the future of education and what the new schoolyear will look like is still up in the air.
After seeing large crowds and wild parties in Michigan over the Fourth of July weekend, Gov. Gretchen Whitmer said she is prepared to bring the state’s economic reopening to a screeching halt and possible reimpose restrictions if cases of COVID-19 continue to rise at a significant rate.
The US Environmental Protection Agency has approved two Lysol products as effective against the novel coronavirus when used on hard, non-porous surfaces.