Stories tagged: "coronavirus"


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Michigan’s Daily Data: Where COVID Cases, Deaths, Recoveries, Vaccinations Stand Today

The ‘Gander is tracking the daily status of the coronavirus and its treatment in Michigan. Here’s what today looks like.

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Meet MI Leaders: How State Sen. Jeremy Moss Is Taking On the 2021 Meaning of Safety

Starting his tenth year in public service, the only Jewish and LGBTQ state Senator in Michigan opens up about the rise in political violence.

Dr. Joneigh Khaldun gets vaccinated to continue her work in emergency medicine alongside charting Michigan coronavirus policy.
Keep Going Michigan: The Largest Vaccination Campaign in Human History Is Here

The ambitious vaccination campaign will define 2021 as much as the pandemic defined 2020. Here's how Michiganders can do their part.

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How You Can Help and Remain Safe When a Family Member Has COVID

With COVID-19 cases surging across the country, chances are you might know someone who’s sick with the virus. Protect yourself while offering those close to you some much-needed care and comfort.

Detroit mayoral candidate Benny Napoleon speaks with the news media after casting his vote on Election Day November 5, 2013 in Detroit, Michigan. (Photo by Bill Pugliano/Getty Images)
Benny Napoleon, Wayne County Sheriff, Dies From COVID-19 Complications

After more than 45 years of public service, Napoleon lost his life just weeks after announcing he has the coronavirus.

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‘Blood, Sweat, and Tears’: Michigan Farmers Stay Committed to Healthy Food During COVID-19

COVID-19 showed possibilities for smaller operations to succeed, though experts skeptical on major industry shift.

LEVERING, MICHIGAN - NOVEMBER 28: Patrick Deverney, a member of the Grand Traverse Band of Ottawa and Chippewa Indians, cuts wood at the northern Michigan camp, in Levering, Michigan Wednesday, November 28, 2018. Opponents of an aging oil pipeline that bisects the Straits of Mackinac plan to protest through the winter. 
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Keep Going Michigan: To Protest During a Pandemic, ‘Bring Your Own Everything’

The cold isn't the only challenge to winter protests in 2021. Being prepared can make all the difference, says activist Bridget Huff.