Professional journalist groups give advice on preparing for and keeping safe during the inauguration next Wednesday.
Bronson Healthcare’s four southwest Michigan hospitals are opening up access to the COVID vaccine for people over age 64.
The county’s new infection and death numbers have declined significantly in just the past week. Meanwhile, several COVID measures that had been declining at the state level have leveled off. Vaccinations are still ramping up.
A statewide grant program aims to help those who lost jobs in the hospitality industry.
Group fitness classes and non-contact sports can resume Saturday.
The state is focusing on getting more COVID vaccine out to more people as fast as possible and pushing back on allegations it’s not moving quickly enough.
State infection rates seem to be declining, as are deaths. The same is true in Kalamazoo County. Kalamazoo’s positivity rate dipped below 10%. Vaccinations are still moving slowly, but weekly numbers are increasing.
The university aims to limit spread of the virus to avoid an ongoing outbreak like happened in the fall.
State health officials are weighing whether to postpone restaurant reopening to February 1.
In Kalamazoo, gun crimes rose significantly despite despite the state shutdown and the coronavirus pandemic.