Stories tagged: "COVID-19 vaccine"


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‘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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10 Feel-Good Michigan Stories We Loved in 2021

From Michigan team victories to inspirational acts of service, these cheery moments are sure to spread holiday cheer.

Nolan Senecal shows off his vaccination card after receiving his first shot Monday, November 8.
‘No Big Deal’: This 8-Year-Old Just Got Vaccinated. His Mom Explains Why.

Nolan is ready to get back to business—like speech therapy, in-person school, and trampoline parks. But first, he got his vaccine.

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Why MSU’s Empty Cafeterias Show Gen Z, Others Are Looking for Different Workstyles

Just step inside the dining halls at Michigan State, and you’ll see a trend across the state: People aren’t returning to work. That’s despite a good economy.

In this Jan. 27, 2021, Associated Press file photo, Yvonne Gibbs, 72, receives Moderna's COVID-19 vaccine, at the TCF Center in Detroit. (AP Photo/Carlos Osorio File)
What Has Michigan Vaccine Rates Improving? A Look Inside the State’s Latest Outreach Program

More than 30 people won large sums of money. Over 2.4 million signed up for a life-saving vaccination. To the state of Michigan, that means the MI Shot To Win Sweepstakes was a success. 

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An Anonymous Donor Sent Vaxxed Southfield Students to Prom for Free

To help graduating students after a tough year, this June, vaccinated Southfield students will get into Prom totally free.

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How Are Michigan Tribes Ensuring Mass Vaccines? Mobile Clinics.

Michigan’s Indigenous tribes are tackling mass COVID-19 vaccination in new ways to help one of the hardest-hit communities across the country.