Michigan's outbreak of the coronavirus continues to grow worse with another 77 people confirmed to have died in the past 24 hours and 1,493 new cases confirmed.
A White House official tells Fox 2 that they are partnering with state and local leaders and the private sector to make sure Michigan has what it needs to battle COVID-19.
Her troubles began two weeks ago. She knew something was wrong when she lost her breath going up a flight of stairs. That, coupled with mild flu symptoms, led her to urgent care where she tested positive for COVID-19.
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Gov. Gretchen Whitmer signed Executive Order 2020-36 to protects workers who stay home when they or their close contacts are sick, and to declare state policy that those who have symptoms not leave the house.
The Oakland County Health Division is giving an update on the outbreak of coronavirus in the county as they see off several pilots who are flying to Muncie, Indiana, to pick up face shields.
Nearly a dozen buildings in downtown Detroit will light up the skyline beginning April 3 at nightfall to say thank you to the essential Covid-19 workers.
Carly Ewald says her aunt was working on the frontlines, since the coronavirus hit Michigan, flooding the Henry Ford ER, where she worked since mid-March.
Data will be updated daily at 5 p.m. with information available from the Wayne County Public Health Division. The dashboard is available
"A nurse is a nurse, they do this because they want to," he said. "I would probably just need a little orientation on any new pumps or anything like that. The biggest aspect of critical care is you don't lose the basic skills."
The drive-thru COVID-19 testing center at the State Fairgrounds is now testing 700 people a day. Starting on Monday the city will be providing $2 rides to the testing center at Woodward and Eight Mile.
Lisa Ewald was a 54-year-old nurse who died earlier this week from complications connected to the coronavirus.
They say out of the 112 people hospitalized, nearly half are African-American. But in the county they make up just 12 percent of the population.
Jeff Pyles is returning to the Beaumont Hospital in Taylor where his mother died of Covid-19 to say thank you to the staff.
Officials say it was a male 51-year-old deputy who was a 16-year veteran who worked at the Wayne County Jail.
We talk with Lynch and Sons and Kemp Funeral Home in metro Detroit about how they continue to serve families during the Covid-19 crisis.
The city of Detroit is cracking down on social distancing violations.
Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer said it's likely she'll extend her stay home order but stopped short of saying how long it would be extended or when she would announce it.
The mayor discussed transportation options to get Detroiters to the State Fairgrounds for COVID-19 testing.
As Oakland County Exec Dave Coulter sent off several pilots to pick up medical shields for doctors and nurses, he also encouraged people start wearing fabric masks in public.