"$5 FEE ADDED TO ORDERS PLACED WHILE WEARING A FACE MASK," a sign posted in the window of the café reads. In the fine print below the sign says that any customer "caught bragging" will also have to pay the penalty.
Some Capitol staffers and reporters have not yet received both rounds of their vaccine. One reporter asked Cruz to put a mask on while he gave a press conference last month. "Uh, yeah, when I'm talking in front of the TV cameras I'm not going to wear a mask," Cruz told the reporter. "And all of us have been immunized, so..."
Ford Field will become a mass vaccination site for all adults in the state starting in April.
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Detroit's homeless shelters fear what could happen when moratoriums on evictions are lifted. They are asking for help assisting people in need.
The COVID-19 changed the moviegoing experience and led to struggles for studios.
The first cases of COVID-19 in Michigan were announced a year ago, leading to a year of changes, challenges, and glimmers of hope.
Michigan has lost more than 15,700 people to COVID-19 in the past year.
The COVID-19 pandemic changed education and caused students and teachers alike to adapt.
To everyone in Michigan, he was known as "Wayne County man with history of domestic travel." But to his family, he was a double-lung transplant named Paul DeWyse.
One year ago today, Michigan identified its first cases of COVID-19. Since then, hundreds of thousands have been infected and another 16,000 died.
Last March, as the number of COVID-19 cases began to skyrocket, it was all hands on deck at Michigan hospitals. Non-emergency procedures were put on hold.
Michigan National Guard members took on a set of new missions when COVID-19 reached the state.
Food banks in Metro Detroit are helping more people as the COVID-19 pandemic increases the problem of food insecurity for residents.
The Michigan governor wants every resident to turn their home's outside light on from 8 to 9 p.m. Wednesday to remember the thousands of residents who died from COVID-19.
A Metro Detroit family turned to their faith to help them get through tragic COVID-19 losses.
Like many other aspects of life, how people worship was changed by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Restaurants and bars have been forced to shift operations and adapt repeatedly over the course of the past year.
As weed, alcohol, and comfort food consumption rose, doctor visits and exercises fell in 2020. Efforts of slowing the spread of COVID-19 had their own public health ramifications.
On March 11 of 2020, Mayor Mike Duggan canceled the St. Patrick's Day parade after a new viral disease had been detected in Michigan. It would be the beginning of a life-altering year.