Michigan moving to new phase of COVID vaccinations, including teachers, first responders, residents age 65
DETROIT – Michigan is moving on to a new phase of COVID-19 vaccinations, including teachers, first responders, childcare providers and residents 65 years of age and older.
The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services and Gov. Gretchen Whitmer announced Wednesday that the new phase of vaccinations will begin Monday (Jan. 11).
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4 Fast Facts
- Michigan basketball’s game against Penn State on Saturday has been postponed due to positive COVID-19 tests within the Penn State program. Click here to read more.
- Wayne County is accepting resumes from individuals interested in applying for the appointment of county sheriff. Click here to read more.
- Crime dropped overall in Detroit in 2020, even though the number of homicides and non-fatal shootings rose dramatically, according to police statistics released Wednesday. Click here to read more.
- Three Detroit police officers and a fourth person were taken to a hospital after a crash at an intersection on Detroit’s west side, officials said. Click here to read more.
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