Coronavirus Coverage

Local Businesses are Hurting, Here’s How to Help Safely

March 15th 2020

However, the increase in people staying home is also impacting local businesses – particularly independent retailers, service providers, and restaurants.

Restaurants, Gyms, Other Venues Ordered to 50% Occupancy to Prevent Coronavirus Spread

March 14th 2020

“We know this virus is in our community and social distancing is vital to keep our residents healthy and stop the spread of illness,”

Ongoing Coronavirus Updates ~ Stay Informed, Not Overwhelmed

March 13th 2020

Our goal is to share resources in a way that helps readers to be educated without being overwhelmed. This page will be updated regularly as the Coronavirus pandemic unfolds.

“Exhausting Day” As Teachers Arm Kids with Resources for School Closure

March 13th 2020

I know that across the state, many teachers and districts will have similar stories to share about how they rallied around their kids in the face of an unsettling global pandemic.

Beaumont Health Launches Coronavirus Hotline 248-551-7000

March 13th 2020

Staffed by Beaumont nurses, the hotline is a community resource for timely, accurate information about COVID-19 symptoms and virtual screening for people who are experiencing symptoms.

Mackinac Bridge Authority Suspends Driver Assistance Program Due to Coronavirus

March 13th 2020

“We feel this is a necessary step to help protect our employees and help slow the spread of this illness.”

Oakland County Executive Declares State of Emergency

March 13th 2020

“A state of emergency is meant to reassure Oakland County residents that we are leveraging every resource to contain the virus,” Coulter said.

County Approves Funding to Fight COVID-19 Virus, Coulter Appoints Taskforce

March 8th 2020

The simple everyday actions you can take to help prevent the spread of flu and the common cold will also help prevent the spread of coronaviruses.