Ingham County issues emergency orders to maintain ‘COVID-19 protections’ following Michigan Supreme Court’s ruling
LANSING, Mich. – New emergency orders issued Sunday will require Ingham County residents to continue following coronavirus safety requirements, regardless of the Michigan Supreme Court’s ruling on Gov. Ingham County Health Officer Linda Vail issued four new emergency orders on Sunday to “keep several COVID-19 protections in place” just after the state Supreme Court struck down Gov. “Protecting Ingham County residents is a responsibility that I take very seriously. Ingham County’s four new emergency orders can be viewed at the following links: Ingham2020-21, Ingham2020-22, Ingham2020-23, Ingham2020-24. The Ingham County Health Department said Sunday that Vail has the authority to issue the orders under Michigan Law MCL 333.2453.
Pandemic fatigue: What it is and how to cope
According to Bea, one of the best ways to fight pandemic fatigue is to find new ways to stay on track. “Finding a new mask, something that excites you, a new social distancing activity; finding something novel and new is a way we excite our brains and it’s a way we can overcome fatigue,” Bea said. For children experiencing fatigue, it is important to ensure they are staying active and getting as much exercise as possible. While pandemic fatigue is widespread, many people are also experiencing anxiety, depression and other mental health problems. Michigan-Wayne County Crisis and Referral Line: 800-241-4949 24/7 free, confidential crisis counseling, suicide prevention, and information and referral servicesRelated Stories
Meijer will require masks to enter any store in Midwest
DETROIT Meijer will begin requiring customers to wear a mask at all stores to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. This new requirement is in addition to the retailers locations where executive orders are already in place requiring people to wear face coverings at retail locations. Customers who have medical conditions that prevent them from wearing face coverings are exempt, Meijer said. Meijer currently operates 253 supercenters and grocery stores throughout Michigan, Ohio, Wisconsin, Indiana, Illinois, and Kentucky. Meijer joins Walmart, Target and CVS, among other companies, who are requiring masks in stores.