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Young adults are fueling the spread of coronavirus

Stats show people under 40 now make up more than half of all COVID-19 cases in Michigan. Those under 30 are coming up fast.

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Kalamazoo schools launches summer food program

Meals are distributed on Tuesdays and Thursdays at several sites throughout the district.

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Bars and parties may be pushing Michigan’s COVID numbers up

Recent increases in coronavirus case numbers in Michigan come after holiday gatherings and restaurant reopenings.

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What do we know about kids and COVID?

The coronavirus affects children much less than adults. But there are still lots of questions about how it affects them and what that means for the pandemic.

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Why doesn’t Michigan require social distancing in schools?

Distance is one of the primary ways to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. But the governor’s school reopening plan stops short of requiring it.

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Kalamazoo businesses can move into the parking lot

The Kalamazoo City Commission has approved rules to allow restaurants and other businesses to set up shop in unused parking spaces during the pandemic.

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Independence Day 2020: Few fireworks, lots of crowds

Most fireworks displays were cancelled this year, but many people celebrated anyway.

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Sunday first day of no COVID deaths since March

State officials report no new deaths related to the coronavirus on Sunday, though that number could change.

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Michigan hospitals suffering from COVID-19 fallout

Hospitals, the front-line of the coronavirus fight, are now fighting for the money to stay afloat.

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WMU studying religious response to COVID

Researchers are collating data on how religious people and institutions are handling the coronavirus.