DETROIT – The weather in Michigan is beautiful for Memorial Day weekend and the state has started to slowly reopen as coronavirus (COVID-19) cases decrease. But the large crowds suggest residents are relaxing too much about the dangers still posed by the virus. Health officials across the country have expressed concern about the crowds popping up in many places.
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4 Fast Facts
- Police said an 8-year-old boy and a 28-year-old man were shot on Detroit’s east side on Monday. Click here to read more.
- Health officials in Grand Traverse County say that two people visiting the area from out-of-state have tested positive for coronavirus (COVID-19). Click here to read more.
- Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer extended the stay-at-home order late last week, but there are still segments of the state that will reopen this week. Click here to read more.
- Police discovered human skeletal remains over the weekend in a Monroe County drainage ditch, officials said. Click here to read more.
Retail businesses in Metro Detroit can finally reopen Tuesday, but some of the restrictions have them preparing for a completely different world.
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Emergency crews responded to a house explosion in Birmingham on Monday morning.
The house, on the 1300 block of Chapin Avenue near Woodward Avenue, had visible damage to both the side and front brick.