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Beaumont Health

El estado de Michigan está reportando un promedio de 431 nuevos casos diarios de infecciones de COVID-19 durante tres dias, un 47% más que en mismo periodo la semana anterior.

En las últimas dos semanas los casos han subido en todos los estados menos en uno. Los oficiales de salud están atribuyendo este incremento nacional a la cepa de propagacion rapida conocida como la Delta.

El promedio de Michigan es 332, el doble de lo que era hace dos semanas.

Mujer usando equipo de laboratorio y protector facial se para en frente a equipos médicos
Beaumont Health

Michigan is reporting an average of 431 new daily COVID-19 infections over three days, up 47% from the same period a week earlier.

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Courtesy / Governor Gretchen Whitmer

Updated July 22, 9:07 p.m.

The Justice Department will not open a civil rights investigation related to COVID-19 deaths in Michigan’s nursing homes.

Michigan legislature
MittenStatePhotog / Flickr

The state House of Representatives voted Wednesday to repeal a law Governor Gretchen Whitmer used to issue emergency orders during the early months of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Michigan’s Supreme Court already declared the 1945 measure Whitmer cited as unconstitutional.

The United States government is extending the closure of land borders with Canada and Mexico until at least Aug. 21.

LaTonda Anderson holding a big check for $1 million
Michigan Department of Health and Human Services

The winner of $1 million in Michigan’s COVID-19 vaccine sweepstakes says she plans to spend some of her winnings on her daughter’s college tuition.

The leader of the world’s fourth-largest automaker expects a global computer chip shortage that has cut vehicle production to last into next year.

James Craig speaking into a microphone
City of Detroit/ Flickr

Detroit's former police chief, Republican James Craig has all but launched his campaign for governor.

He is seeking to become Michigan’s first Black governor with a “law-and-order” message and emphasis on his leadership abilities.

mugshot of Richard Wershe Jr.
Michigan Department of Corrections

A Detroit teenager who helped the F-B-I as a drug informant in the 1980s is now suing federal agents and others for allegedly violating his civil rights.

Richard Wershe, Jr. is better-known as "White Boy Rick."

Governor Gretchen Whitmer sitting at a desk
Courtesy Governor Gretchen Whitmer

Democratic Gov. Gretchen Whitmer has vetoed a Republican-sponsored bill that would have stopped a $300 weekly federal unemployment supplement.

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