COVID - 19

Detroit Opens Vaccine Eligibility To All Amid Spiking Cases

Mar 30, 2021
Box of COVID-19 vaccine bottles
Scott Pohl / WKAR/MSU

Detroit on Monday immediately expanded COVID-19 vaccine eligibility to all residents 16 and older, a week earlier than planned, as Michigan continued to confront spiking infection rates that rank third-highest in the country.

school sign
WKAR File Photo

Starting Tuesday, the East Lansing School District will provide COVID-19 rapid testing for those returning for in-person instruction. 

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Michigan AAU Volleyball Programs Embrace Responsibility Of Hosting Regulated Competition

Feb 24, 2021
Volleyball
Linsey Momrik

Playing competitive volleyball during a pandemic isn’t easy, but local AAU teams are finding ways to stay safe and active.

Michigan: Restaurants Can Open At 25% Capacity, With Curfew

Jan 22, 2021
Governor Whitmer
Credit Courtesy / Michigan Executive Office Of The Governor

Starting Feb. 1, Michigan restaurants and bars can reopen for indoor dining at 25% capacity — with a curfew — and concessions can resume at casinos, movie theaters and stadiums.

Illustration of Virus
Alissa Eckert, MS; Dan Higgins, MAMS / CDC

Estar bien informado es responsabilidad de todos. Infórmese bien de lugares creíbles, profesionales, y de fuentes oficiales.

Mid-Michigan Moves Outdoors To Find Joy And Exercise During Pandemic

Oct 13, 2020
Chase Garland

Michigan State senior Chase Garland sees the move outside first-hand, both by working at Moosejaw and find his own solace in the fresh air.

Big Ten Football
Flickr / Creative Commons

Current Sports host Al Martin talks with WKAR's All Things Considered host Sophia Saliby about the decision from the Big Ten to reverse its initial decision and play college football starting in October.