The lack of an efficient federal strategy set Michigan’s vaccination campaign back, but progress is already being made to right the ship, officials say.
A lengthened partial shutdown will give health officials time to understand new data coming in about how Thanksgiving travel contributed to the spread of the disease.
Public health officials say masks will still be required in public, despite the ruling by the Michigan Supreme Court.
A strained health care system can't handle two different outbreaks, state officials say. Here's how to get your family back on track with immunizations.
Michigander Tara Barber was separated from her husband Tom since COVID-19 sent the state into lockdown. Here's a look into her battle between logic and emotion surrounding her husband’s death.
Thousands of Michiganders have turned to the state's new peer warmline and counseling hotline to help weather the pandemic.
Michigan reached 2,700 deaths from the coronavirus, including 95 deaths from earlier in the pandemic discovered Tuesday. How will a new spike in cases and deaths change the path to recovery?