Experts warn against spring break travel as COVID numbers in Michigan increase
OAKLAND COUNTY, Mich. – More than 5,000 new COVID cases were reported Friday in Michigan. Some college students have decided to skip spring break this year due to the COVID pandemic. Some school districts, like Troy School District, are having a virtual week after spring break so families can see if any symptoms develop when they return. “As an infectious disease physician, my advice is not to travel during spring break and if we want to get back to that normal -- That we’ve all been waiting for. As COVID cases in Michigan surge, experts said this is not the time to let your guard down.