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Did Michigan’s March 10 primary play a role in COVID-19’s spread?

Michigan has been hit the hardest of Upper Midwest states when it comes to the COVID-19 pandemic. There's still a lot that's unknown about...

Metro Detroit activists create COVID-19 Facebook support page

Amid the COVID-19 crisis, a group of Michigan community activists and organizers have formed a Facebook page to help people find vital resources and...

Michigan COVID-19 deaths top 500, travel screeched to a halt...

First, the good news. Michiganders have stopped traveling, following one of the key public health guidelines to halting the spread of COVID-19. A statewide coronavirus...

As COVID-19’s grip tightened, Michiganders at home and abroad fought for...

Since the first person in China became sick with the disease we now know as COVID-19, life has changed for people around the world...

Michigan has almost 13K COVID-19 cases, reports 62 new deaths

Michigan is at 12,744 confirmed cases of COVID-19, with 1,953 new cases since Thursday afternoon, according to state totals updated Friday. A statewide coronavirus hotline...

Detroit small businesses score grants to survive COVID-19 crisis

One Detroiter who expressed concern about her business’ survival during the early days of the COVID-19 crisis has secured a $5,000 grant designed to...

Duggan: Every single Detroiter should have access to COVID-19 test

Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan said on Thursday that 43% of residents who were tested for COVID-19 at a city-sponsored site last week have the...

Whitmer: ‘We are nowhere near the end’ of COVID-19 outbreak 

Gov. Gretchen Whitmer said Thursday that the worst of the COVID-19 outbreak in Michigan is probably a month away, and hospitals all across the...

Whitmer: COVID-19 hit Michigan hard due to poverty, airport hub

Gov. Gretchen Whitmer appeared on the newly renamed "Daily Social Distancing Show" Wednesday evening, where host Trevor Noah asked why Michigan was getting slammed...

Fear and exhaustion in Detroit, state’s COVID-19 ‘epicenter’ 

WASHINGTON — Tinae Moore, an emergency department technician at Detroit Medical Center, couldn’t finish her shift last Tuesday.  She was experiencing shortness of breath and...

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