Stories tagged: "coronavirus vaccine"

Photo Credit Michelle Winters
‘Santa’s Still Coming’: Michigan Grandmother Shares How Christmas Continues, Despite COVID

The Winters family will be missing a key member of their Christmas traditions. But they're determined that her memory will guide them.

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Michigander Took Second Job to Make Ends Meet During Pandemic

Christopher Schultz had to get a second job to make ends meet during COVID until federal stimulus money kicked in.

Michigan Hospital Worker on Getting Through Pandemic: Embrace Change, Lean on Family

How has this Michigan hospital worker gotten through the pandemic? She explains here.

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Michigan Woman on Unemployed Life During COVID: ‘I Was Incredibly Thankful for the Extra Help’

From life on the unemployment block to worrying if she was infected with COVID-19, Elizabeth Richardson has experienced all aspects of the pandemic. 

Michigan Mom on COVID: ‘I’m Ready to Take This Virus Out’

Amiee Chosay, a Michigan mother of two and grandmother of two, has had enough of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Michigan Man Reflects on Working During COVID: ‘It Was Absolutely Insane’

For Michael Garontakos, home life slowed dramatically during the pandemic. The opposite was true for life at work.

In this image made from video, a health care professional and representatives of JARC, a nonprofit dedicated to assisting those with developmental disabilities, try to persuade Noah Lebon to take a COVID-19 vaccine shot on Thursday, May 20, 2021, in Bloomfield Hills, Mich. Noah's mother, LaQuae Lebon, is standing beside her son in the vaccine clinic.
A Nonprofit in Oakland County is Getting Vaccines to Disabled Michiganders

Getting disabled Michiganders vaccinations can be especially challenging, but JARC in Oakland County is here to help.