Flags Lowered In Michigan To Honor American Lives Lost To COVID-19
COVID-19 has killed over 15,000 and infected over 580,000 in Michigan as of Tuesday, February 23, 2021.
Doctor Says If You’ve Had COVID, Shoveling Snow Could Be Risky
Lingering pulmonary issues could make over-exertion dangerous for those who have had COVID- even if they have recovered.
Michigan To Waive Tax Penalties on Unemployment Benefits
You still pay tax on unemployment, but no penalties on outstanding tax bills
Battle Creek VA Medical Center Offering COVID-19 Vaccine Walk-in Clinic to Veterans over 6…
For Veterans enrolled in VA healthcare
Meijer Hopes To Administer 25,000 Vaccinations This Week
Meijer announced an ambitious goal today. They are hoping to administer 25,000 Covid-19 vaccinations this week. Michigan's largest grocery chain, through its pharmacies, has been working towards this goal by setting up "clinics" the past few weeks in stores,
COVID Out of Pocket Costs to be Waived for Most of Michigan
Vaccinations, testing and treatment for COVID-19 will be covered by Michigan's health insurers, meaning you shouldn't have to pay a thing.
Gov. Whitmer Visits Pfizer Facility; Still Taking Government Credit for Vaccine
Should we thank the “Good Jobs for Michigan program” or Pfizer?