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Information for Employers & Employees Affected by Stay Home Order

March 23rd 2020

Below you will find available resources for workers and employees affected by COVID-19.

Governor Whitmer Signs “Stay Home, Stay Safe” Executive Order 

March 23rd 2020

The order also directs Michiganders to stay in their homes unless…

…Collecting Specific Item Donations to Help Hospitals & EMTs

March 21st 2020

“…maybe you’re a dentist’s office whose affected by the Governor’s order yesterday (Friday) or maybe you’re another kind of facility that has access to this equipment…”

Governor Orders Closure of Tanning, Hair, Nail, Massage, Tattoo & Other Service Businesses

March 21st 2020

“That’s why we are making decisions based on science and facts to protect public health and keep people safe. I know these changes will be hard, but they are temporary…

Bobcat Bonnie’s Owner Shares Lessons for Short-Term Restaurant Closure

March 21st 2020

Bobcat Bonnie’s has closed to protect the public from the Coronavirus, and we’ve noted some things we’d want other business owners to know.

Coronavirus Death, Closure of Playgrounds & Malls, and More Updates

March 21st 2020

The county is currently handling 227 confirmed cases through various hospitals and self-quarantine.

Valentine Distilling & Griffin Claw Step Up to Manufacture Sanitizer

March 21st 2020

Valentine Distilling Co. has gone so far to voluntarily pause its spirits production to utilize its manufacturing facility to make the base required to produce the sanitizer.

Oakland County Reports First Coronavirus Death

March 20th 2020

“This is a tragic loss and we share our heartfelt condolences with the family,” Oakland County Executive David Coulter said.

Local Agencies Share Mental Health Support, Crisis Line & More

March 20th 2020

Services by the county providers have continued with some changes. The agencies are reaching out to people they serve through telephone or telehealth…

Restrictions Placed on Non-Essential Medical & Dental Procedures 

March 20th 2020

“My number one priority remains to flatten the curve and protect the most people we can from the spread of coronavirus,” said Governor Whitmer.