Two more student-athletes tested positive with COVID-19 during the second round of testing before they would be cleared to begin voluntary workouts.
East Lansing City Council opened up discussions for enforcing social distancing and mask requirements at their June 23 meeting, following news of an outbreak linked to Harper’s Restaurant and Brewpub that morning.
Following at least 34 COVID-19 cases linked to the establishment, Harper's owners outline safety precautions that have been implemented.
Dr. Jack Lipton from the College of Human Medicine will be giving a presentation on the “innovation, adaptation, and scaling up” of COVID-19 testing.
Harper’s Restaurant and Brewpub announced in a post Monday night they would be temporarily closing to ensure the safety of staff and customers. At least 14 cases of COVID-19 have been reported in relation to the restaurant.
MSU Athletic Director Bill Beekman said the plan is to give students the priority for tickets if fans are allowed into Spartan Stadium for football, but would students feel safe doing so?
As different sectors of state continue to reengage, Whitmer said she is hopeful the entire state will be able to move to Phase 5 of the MI Safe Start Plan before July 4.
While it's said to specifically target the above at-risk communities, there is also availability for those in the surrounding areas to get tested whether they are presenting symptoms or not.
Disrupted sleep cycles or sleep deprivation can cause frequent problems with daily levels of physical, mental and behavioral functioning, especially when the state of the world isn't so cookie-cutter anymore.
Gov. Gretchen Whitmer issued multiple executive orders this week, including one that extends a former order preventing landlords from evicting tenants, and one that resumes overnight camps and K-12 extracurricular activities.
“In the midst of a pandemic, you need to find beautiful things to celebrate,” Lynsey Clayton said. “So, I really want that to be the focus … these kids deserved it — to still be celebrated and have some fun.”