At Least 7 COVID-19 Cases Linked To Washtenaw Woman Who Traveled To UKSeven additional cases of COVID-19 are connected to a Washtenaw County woman who contracted a more contagious variant of the virus.
New Guidance Encourages Colleges, Universities To Require COVID Testing For Students On And Off CampusThe Michigan Department of Health and Human Services released new guidance encouraging colleges and universities to require COVID-19 testing of students who live in the immediate university community, even if the students do not live on campus.
Grant Applications Now Open For Michigan Small Businesses Impacted By COVID-19Small businesses in Michigan impacted by COVID-19 and the recent Gatherings and Mask Order can now apply for funding. 
Dine-In Resumes Feb. 1, Group Exercise And Non-Contact Sports Back ThursdayBars and restaurants will soon be welcoming patrons back. Wednesday Gov. Gretchen Whitmer announced that in-door dining could resume Feb. 1.
Michigan's New Gathering Guidelines: What Is Open, What Is Not OpenMichigan updated its epidemic order Wednesday to allow re-opening of additional activities where Michiganders can remain masked and socially distanced. Here's what is and is not open under Michigan's guidelines.
Clarkston Man Hospitalized 9 Times With COVID Symptoms Since Being Diagnosed In March 202054 year old normally healthy man has been hospitalized 9 times with severe COVID symptoms since being diagnosed in March.
8 Michigan Businesses Cited For COVID-19 Safety ViolationsThe state of Michigan cited a fire department, school district and businesses in Metro Detroit.
Michigan Ranks Among Worst In Nation In Administering COVID-19 VaccinesMichigan has ranked 7th worst in the nation for administering COVID-19 vaccines, the CDC says.
3 New Coronavirus Outbreaks Reported In Michigan Schools Monday, Nearly 100 Ongoing CasesThe Michigan Department of Health and Human Services reported there are new coronavirus outbreaks in three Michigan schools.
Michigan High Schools Allowed To Resume In-Person Instruction Monday, Most Districts Remain Virtual For NowHigh schools are now allowed to be in-person but with students just coming off holiday break, most districts remain remote for now, as they watch for potential cases.
Michigan High Schools Resume In-Person InstructionMichigan high school students returned to in-person instruction on Monday after being virtual since Nov. 18 due to a spike statewide in COVID-19 cases.