Stories tagged: "COVID-19"


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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Michigan Man Embraces Technology To Stay in Touch During Pandemic

For some people, technology has proven crucial to getting through the pandemic. This Michigan man is one of them. 

A Zoom video call with the Kesslers
‘For Your Neighbors:’ One Michigan Military Family’s Fight Against COVID-19

A Michigan military family shares how they view the responsibility to keep their neighbors safe during COVID-19. Here's how the Kesslers are helping.

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Hate: The Unintended Side Effects of COVID-19 and How Michigan is Coping

A local doctor was pushed into a world of hate. Here’s why he’s standing tall despite being the target of cruel messages. 

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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.

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‘We Survived It’: Michigan Business Owner Made It Through a Year of Unpredictability

A local Michigan store owner gets a second chance of opening her business as we see economic growth with more pandemic support than ever before.

Gov. Gretchen Whitmer is implementing a plan to ensure Michiganders have access to enough vaccine doses.
Gov. Whitmer Extends Pandemic Order, Says COVID-19 Surge Could Drop

By extending the pandemic order, limiting business capacity and requiring masks, Gov. Gretchen Whitmer says the current COVID-19 soar could decrease.