As it became clear the assistance states counted on from the federal government weren’t coming, Michigan diagnosed its first case of the more infectious B.1.1.7 strain of COVID.
"Vaccines for everybody, especially for the most vulnerable and needy," Pope Francis said.
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.
Michigan will soon have access to more doses of the vaccine, but not nearly enough to keep up with demand. So Gov. Whitmer has a plan.
Michigan entered Phase 1B of its vaccination rollout plan in January. Here are the answers to questions on everyone’s minds.
Phase 1B of the state’s vaccination rollout began on Monday. Here’s what local educators and their families are saying about their eligibility.
Parents are eager to get kids back in the classroom, and vaccinations could make the transition safer for everyone.
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