Stories tagged: "mask"


Photo courtesy Allison Alexander
‘We Owe It to Them’: She’s Fully Vaccinated, But Masks to Protect Kids

Allison Alexander sees a lot of kids at work, and despite being vaccinated against COVID, she masks to keep them safe. And she thinks other Michiganders should too.

Photo courtesy the office of Rep. Lori Stone
Former Michigan Teacher on School Masking: ‘We Need to Be Mindful’ of Public Health

The need for school masking isn't just a health concern, says State Rep. Lori Stone (D-Warren), but also about avoiding last year's unpredictability.

Michigan voters who choose to wears masks can cast their ballots in Michigan-made protective gear this election.
Stay Safe at the Polls With These Locally Produced Masks

This pure Michigan swag is this year’s perfect accessory to your “I Voted” sticker. Here’s where you can get yours.

MDHHS Director Robert Gordon. Photo courtesy the Michigan House of Representatives.
Michigan Just Restored Its Coronavirus Protections. Here’s What You Need to Know.

Public health officials say masks will still be required in public, despite the ruling by the Michigan Supreme Court.

Screenshot via Twitter
Follow the Lead of #MaskUpMichigan — Not Trump’s Coronavirus Disinfo Twitter Campaign

Gov. Gretchen Whitmer nominated President Trump to tweet a pic of himself in a mask. Instead, he retweeted a dangerous video touting false coronavirus claims.

Biden has worn facial coverings during the coronavirus pandemic while Trump has resisted doing so. Photos courtesy the Associated Press.
Gov. Whitmer Calls on President Trump to Implement National Mask Mandate

Presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden and Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer agree that a national mask mandate would save jobs and lives.

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