A sign up form to receive the new COVID vaccine has been circulating online, but the county says only medical workers and nursing home residents and staff should actually use it.
$465M in support for workers and businesses was passed by state lawmakers last week. The governor says she is still reviewing it.
New cases and deaths are dropping. So are hospitalizations and positive tests. But there could still be a Christmas spike on the horizon.
With more than 12K deaths for the year, COVID has surpassed the death toll for all but two causes of death this year.
Michigan will begin vaccinating these groups of people later this week.
State reported 7,341 new cases since Christmas Eve. Infection numbers and deaths are declining. New data is scarce due to the holidays.
A new meta-analysis of COVID studies shows how the virus spreads and what we can do to avoid it.
During a Wednesday update, a state health official said most COVID measurements are encouraging, but warned of possible Christmas and New Year’s spikes.
Researchers showed that when COVID cases are low, in-person classes don’t cause them to go up.
New infections and deaths decline as the holidays approach. The state and Kalamazoo County dip below 10% positivity.