Stories tagged: "coronavirus"

In this graph, you can see how Michigan's COVID-19 spikes correlate to milestone events in reopening. (Graphic by Desiree Tapia)
Michigan Faces Rising Infection Rates on 4-Month Anniversary of Pandemic

Policy and preparation: What Michigan learned in time to manage a second COVID-19 spike stemming from open bars to boat parties

This Romulus strip club is linked to at least 12 cases of coronavirus. (Photo via Facebook)
At Least a Dozen Coronavirus Cases Have Been Tracked Back to This Strip Club

Just as soon as it reopened, a Michigan spike was tied to this popular strip club near Detroit Metro Airport.

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4 Tips for Michigan Families Sending Kids Back to School This Fall

Feeling uncertain about the upcoming school year? We talked to Michigan's child psychology experts on ways to get your whole family safely prepared to return to a classroom during the pandemic.

Clockwise from top left: Michigan Science Center (photo via Wikimedia Commons); Explore the universe at the Michigan Science Center (Photo via Facebook); The Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History (Photo by Juan N Only via Flickr); “Self-Portrait with Monkey” by Frida Kahlo (1938) is on loan to the DIA from the Albright-Knox Art Gallery in Buffalo, N.Y. for "Guests of Honor: Frida Kahlo and Salvador Dalí." (Image via Facebook); Visitors will be able to walk the steps and enter the Detroit Institute of Arts this Friday. (Photo via Wikimedia Commons)
Museums, Arts and Culture Institutes Are Opening Up In Detroit. Here’s What to Know and Where to Go

The DIA, Michigan Science Center, and more open these must-see exhibits to visitors July 10. Wear your mask!

Photo courtesy Rep. Jon Hoadley
This Michigan State Rep. Is Holding Trump Accountable for Slow Coronavirus Recovery

A Michigan mom is struggling with not one but two businesses failing during the coronavirus. State Rep. Jon Hoadley is calling on President Trump and Congress to help families like hers out.

In this Friday, June 26, 2020 photo, Anita Rosenberger takes the Oath of Citizenship during a drive-thru naturalization service in a parking structure at the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services headquarters on Detroit's east side. The ceremony is a way to continue working as the federal courthouse is shut down due to Coronavirus. The U.S. has resumed swearing in new citizens but the oath ceremonies aren't the same because of COVID-19 and a budget crisis at the citizenship agency threatens to stall them again.  (AP Photo/Carlos Osorio)
Driving-In To Citizenship: These New Americans Became Official Just In Time For the Fourth of July

These new Americans took their citizenship oaths in unique ways during the pandemic, but the opportunity for others to do so is still threatened by President Trump.

A bartender mixes a drink while wearing a mask and face shield at Slater's 50/50 in Santa Clarita, CA. Bars have been tied to numerous recent outbreaks across the nation. (AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez)
Michigan’s Cocktails-to-Go and Social Drinking Districts: What to Expect

Gov. Whitmer’s plan for cocktails-to-go will make for a fun summer, but see how this fits into her ultimate goal of making schools safe for the fall.