Yesterday, the FDA’s Vaccine Advisory Panel heard testimony regarding Pfizer’s cornonavirus vaccine. After debate, the panel recommend the FDA approve emergency authorization use for the first vaccine. Regulators in Great Britain, Canada, and Bahrain have already approved the vaccine for use in their countries. Pfizer plans to start shipping doses immediately. According to Governor Whitmer,

We waited a little longer to send this email due to Governor Whitmer’s scheduled press conference yesterday at 1:30 pm. Although the governor did not address lifting or extending the current 3-week “Pause to Save Lives,” she did discuss the work of Michigan’s COVID-19 Task Force on Racial Disparities led by Lieutenant Governor Garlin Chilchrist

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

On June 10 the UP and most of Northern Michigan (Regions 6 & 8) moved to Phase 5 (Containing) of the MI Safe Start Plan, allowing even more businesses to open and larger social gatherings – up to 250 people in outside areas. If the percentage of new cases continues to decline, the rest of

In an encouraging move on Monday, Governor Whitmer moved the entire state to Phase 4 (Improving) of the MI Safe Start Plan and rescinded the Safer At Home order. In the next few days, retailers and restaurants can open (with capacity guidelines) and we can gather in groups of 100 or less – provided it’s

It’s week 9 and we’re slowing moving toward the light at the end of the tunnel. Governor Whitmer’s news conference on Monday brought more easing of restrictions, and we’re hopeful this encouraging trend continues. As businesses begin to reopen, here at EYR we will continue to be cautious – doing what we must to keep

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