Whitmer Seeks $300 Million To Support COVID-19 Testing At Michigan SchoolsOn Tuesday, Nov. 30, Gov. Whitmer's administration said it wants lawmakers to quickly allocate $300 million in federal pandemic rescue funding to support COVID-19 testing at schools amid a fourth surge of infections in Michigan.
FDA Advisers Vote To Recommend Authorization Of Pill To Treat COVID-19If authorization is granted, the drug would be the first oral antiviral treatment to fight Covid-19. It comes in capsule form.
Michigan Reports 25,329 New COVID-19 Cases, 137 DeathsThe Michigan Department of Health and Human Services announced new coronavirus cases and additional deaths in the state. Here's everything to know.
COVID-19 Hospitalizations In Michigan Reach Record HighThe number of hospitalized adults with COVID-19 in Michigan has reached a new pandemic high on Monday, Nov. 29.
Military Sending Medical Personnel To Help Treat Michigan COVID Patients Amid SurgeThe federal government will send 44 military medical personnel to Michigan to help beleaguered hospitals treat COVID-19 patients amid a fourth surge, state health officials said Wednesday.
Mayor Duggan Explores Vaccine Mandate For Appointees In His Office As Detroit's COVID-19 Cases SpikeHospitalizations in Detroit due to COVID-19 are rising, as the city and the rest of Michigan struggle to cope with one of the country's highest infection rates.
Audit Shows Michigan Unemployment Agency Overpaid $3.9 BillionErrors in the Michigan Unemployment Insurance Agency Office led to $3.9 billion in overpayments during the processing of 5.4 million unemployment claims amid the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a state audit released Thursday.
Whitmer Encourages Michigan Residents To Get COVID-19 Booster 6 Months OutOn Wednesday, Nov. 17, Gov. Whitmer encouraged all eligible adults to schedule appointments to receive a booster shot if it has been six months from when they were fully vaccinated.
Latest CDC Data Shows Michigan Leading Nation In COVID-19 CasesThe CDC's COVID Data Tracker shows the state's case rate at 503.8 per 100,000. Minnesota's case rate follows behind with 490.2 per 100,000.
University Of Michigan Flu Outbreak Prompts CDC InvestigationThe Michigan Department of Health and Human Services is reminding Michiganders to get flu vaccines after Michigan's first flu outbreak of the season occurred at the University of Michigan.
COVID-19 Hospitalizations Reach Seven-Month High In MichiganWhat Michigan officials previously called a "fourth COVID surge," can now be seen from the hospitals handling the cases.
Henry Ford Health Reports Major Increase In COVID-19 Hospitalizations, Up 60% Since End Of OctoberHenry Ford Hospital official’s say they’ve seen almost an 60% rise in COVID-19 hospitalizations since the end of October. They say most of those hospitalized are unvaccinated.
Spectrum Health In W. Michigan Sees 'Dramatic' Virus SpikeThe number of COVID-19 patients at a major hospital network in western Michigan is up 40% since Nov. 1 as a fall surge pounds the state.
Beaumont Warns Metro Detroit Is In 'Fourth COVID-19 Surge'Beaumont Health officials warn that Metro Detroit is experiencing another surge in COVID-19 cases as the health system says they have about 400 COVID-19 patients across its hospitals.
Court Will Take New Look At Masks In Michigan Religious SchoolsA federal appeals court agreed Wednesday to reconsider a challenge to COVID-19 mask orders affecting students in a Michigan religious school.