Stay-at-home orders ended Monday, but health experts are wary of a possible resurgence of COVID-19.
Health officials worry that demonstrations against racism and police brutality could cause a resurgence in the numbers of coronavirus cases.
The Kalamazoo Valley Blues Association cancelled the August event to focus on planning next year’s.
State officials say unemployment fraud is widespread while desperate residents face more hurdles to getting help.
Racial and economic inequality allowed COVID-19 to have an outsize effect on minority communities.
The majority of coronavirus cases in Michigan qualify as recovered.
On Sunday, the number of coronavirus deaths in Michigan reached its lowest since before the stay-at-home order.
A recent survey shows 7% of educators are already planning to leave the profession over coronavirus concerns.
The state superintendent said cuts will be devastating to schools unless the federal government steps in.
The groups will start June 15 and run for six weeks.