Health

Liberty Church hand sanitizer photo
Courtesy photo / Liberty Church

A church in Grand Ledge has been closed for more than two weeks due to an outbreak of COVID-19. The Barry-Eaton County Health Department reports at least 58 confirmed cases of COVID-19 among members of Liberty Church in Grand Ledge. Five people have been hospitalized, and four others are getting inpatient care. None are in intensive care.


Ingham County’s top health official says she is not advising safety guidelines for trick or treating that would go beyond those laid out by the state.


Ingham County Health Officer Linda Vail says it’s “very unfortunate” that President Trump held a rally at Lansing’s airport during the pandemic.


Peckham HQ photo
Courtesy photo / Peckham, Inc.

Employees are back to work at the headquarters of Peckham Incorporated in Lansing after a COVID-related shutdown last week.


Ingham County’s Health Officer wants to make sure people know that there are still orders in place to prevent the spread of COVID-19.


Cases of COVID-19 at Michigan State University seem to be on the decline, but the numbers may not reveal the entire picture.


Taylor Haelterman / WKAR/MSU

At Michigan State University, 95 students are isolating or quarantining on campus.


Michigan State University outdoor sign
File photo / WKAR-MSU

UPDATED AT 1:22 P.M. - MSU now says nearly all students live off campus, not all of them.

Michigan State University reports that 124 students and two employees have tested positive for COVID-19. All the students who have tested positive live off campus, according to a news release from MSU.


Tom Barrett photo
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A Michigan State Senate Republican says he still supports repealing Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s emergency powers. That’s despite his recent diagnosis for COVID-19.


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Scott Pohl / WKAR/MSU

With heat index readings approaching 100 degrees this week, the city of Lansing is opening cooling centers.


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