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ICYMI April 24: Updates on COVID-19 developments in Michigan

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Posted at 5:39 AM, Apr 24, 2020
and last updated 2020-04-24 05:39:30-04

Online news is such a fast-moving thing, we thought that maybe you would to find recent coronavirus stories in one spot. We’ll be listing stories here with the most recent first.

35,291 coronavirus cases confirmed in Michigan as of Thursday.

Republicans say they'll meet Friday to pass bills to rein in Gov. Whitmer's emergency powers.

Governor Whitmer is giving a temporary $2/hour raise to direct care workers.

On Thursday, a partnership was announced between government and financial institutions to allow many homeowners to temporarily put off mortgage payments.

FOX 17’s Lauren Edwards reports the City of Battle Creek turns popular recreational center into homeless shelter.

To support local restaurants, SpartanNash is partnering with several West Michigan restaurants to feature some of their hot-ticket menu items in stores.

The state says $1.37 Billion has been dispersed unemployed Michiganders affected by COVID-19.

FOX 17’s Janice Allen points out cleaning crews are healthcare heroes, too.

People are still buying and listing homes during the shutdown, reports our Michael Martin.

West Ottawa schools will salute their Class of 2020 with Friday Night Lights.