On March 26, it was reported that a Kalamazoo public safety officer tested positive for COVID-19.

One resident is dead and 24 have tested positive in the county.

“The deadliest day we had in the flu was during that third round and it was nine reported deaths on Christmas Eve.”

Kalamazoo police reported overall call volume was down, but calls for domestic violence went up due to the virus.

WMU faculty, students and alumni ask for community’s help to provide aid for students and staff.

County officials say the WMU student was not a resident of Kalamazoo at the time of his death.

Hospitals across West Michigan are accepting donations of personal protection equipment to help avoid the spread of COVID-19.

Gov. Whitmer called the mask delivery “great news for our health care workers.”

A lack of supplies is particularly worrisome as Michigan logged its biggest one-day jump in cases on Saturday.

Michigan’s nursing homes and senior living communities are losing ground in their uphill battle against COVID-19, Bridge Magazine reports.