In just over a week, Michigan’s risk for a coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak has been moved from a “high” risk level to a “medium” risk level by Covid Act Now.
Ingham County health officials are asking people who have recently traveled to states with a “high-risk” for coronavirus (COVID-19) spread to self-quarantine for 14 days.
A website that tracks the risk of COVID-19 spreading in each state has changed Michigan’s status from being in control of the spread to “at risk” of an active outbreak.
Michigan has now been labeled at “high risk” for a coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak as cases increase across the state, according to data from Covid Act Now.
A “coronavirus risk chart” that ranks the risk levels of different activities in terms of being exposed to COVID-19 has been circulating on social media.
A new tool is making it easier to identify the risk of coronavirus (COVID-19) spread at the county level for each individual state.
The hard work Michigan officials and residents have done to prevent the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19) has been paying off -- especially according to data from Covi...