How wastewater testing during the COVID-19 pandemic helped Michigan prepare to fight other diseases, like polio.
Gov. Gretchen Whitmer has tested positive for COVID-19.
As part of this Q&A series, we’re talking with Michigan parents, teachers, students and others involved with public schools.
Karen Mead-Elford has noticed the number of death notices published in her small-town newspaper growing. They might not be all from COVID, she says, but that doesn’t make them any easier to fathom. “There’s a lot of coping going on.”
How many people has Michigan lost to COVID-19? Enough that if they were all in one community, it would be larger than Wyandotte, Okemos, or Mount Pleasant.
It started as just some “scary virus,” but then it became much more. Here’s how one Michigander dealt with the realization that COVID-19 was a serious issue.
Whether it’s using the time to refocus on old hobbies or learning how to adjust to what life throws at you, Michiganders learned a lot during COVID-19. Here are some of those lessons.
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