Coronavirus


Michiganders are growing tired of the pandemic, but experts warn that fatigue could lead to dangerous behaviors and further the spread of the coronavirus.
Feeling Pandemic Fatigue? It’s a Factor in Michigan’s Dangerous New Spike

Herd immunity not only would kill thousands of Michiganders and leave millions with lasting health problems, evidence suggests that it might not even work.

The MI COVID Alert app is seen on an iPhone Thursday, Oct. 15, 2020 in Chicago, Ill. The state health department and Michigan State University on Thursday launched a voluntary smartphone app to notify people if they have been exposed to someone with the coronavirus, a step toward potentially taking the technology statewide. (AP Photo/M. Spencer Green)
Michigan Launches New App to Alert You to Possible COVID-19 Exposure

The MI COVID Alert app is already available for download for Lansing-area residents. Half a dozen states have launched similar programs.

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100K Michiganders Have Survived COVID-19. It Has Changed Their Lives Forever.

Just because the state calls them recovered doesn't mean they're better. Here's how one Michigander still endures what she calls "the most expensive disease."

President Donald Trump removes his mask upon return to the White House from Walter Reed National Military Medical Center on October 05, 2020 in Washington, DC. Trump spent three days hospitalized for coronavirus. (Photo by Win McNamee/Getty Images)
Trump Likely Exposed White House Staff and Campaign Event Workers to COVID-19

People who contract the coronavirus from the president won't get the top-notch health care he received.

MDHHS Director Robert Gordon. Photo courtesy the Michigan House of Representatives.
Michigan Just Restored Its Coronavirus Protections. Here’s What You Need to Know.

Public health officials say masks will still be required in public, despite the ruling by the Michigan Supreme Court.

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A New Wave of Diagnoses: How COVID-19 Has Changed Rural Life in Michigan

Medicine in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula looks different and trends show it’s about to change even more.

While Gov. Gretchen Whitmer can no longer require masks in Michigan's public spaces, many local businesses are choosing to keep the practice in place.
Michigan Business Owners Still Want Protections After Court Strikes Down Gov. Whitmer’s Orders

Michigan’s business community is vowing to keep safety “a top priority” for customers after the state of emergency ends. Here’s how.