It seems that all the news about coronavirus lately is discouraging. Daily new cases and the 7-day average positivity rate are still elevated in Michigan. In fact, On October 18 the daily positivity rate rose to 6.14%. Thankfully the next day it was back down to 4.8%, but that’s still higher than officials would like

In an unexpected turn of events, the Michigan Supreme Court ruled on Friday that Governor Whitmer did not have the authority to extend emergency orders past April 30. In the wake of the court’s decision some counties began issuing their own local emergency orders to help control the spread of coronavirus, including Ingham, Oakland, St.

Well, local media sources were mostly right. As of today, Michigan gyms, bowling alleys, and ice rinks are allowed to be open … with restrictions, of course. Unfortunately for movie theaters and performance venues, Governor Whitmer’s latest executive order didn’t mention when they will be allowed to open. But, in an unexpected move, Governor Whitmer

This week our update on COVID-19 is taking a back seat. Not because we believe COVID-19 is miraculously gone or that it’s not as important as before. It’s that we know something else is infinitely MORE important — social justice and taking a stand against racism. Before we made a public statement, we felt it

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