ICYMI May 7: Updates on COVID-19 developments in Michigan

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Posted at 5:39 AM, May 07, 2020

Online news is such a fast-moving thing, we thought that maybe you would to find recent coronavirus stories in Michigan in one spot.

The number of positive cases of the coronavirus in Michigan has increased to 45,054 as of Wednesday, with 4,250 deaths.

What construction and real estate workers can expect as they head back to work. (Deanna Falzone)

The Rebound: What to do if you lose your health insurance. (Aaron Parseghian)

GR Chamber selling t-shirts to fund small business. (Sarah Grimmer)

The Reko Market will launch today out of Ada; small farms will post their products in the Facebook group and then you can pick up the week after.

The 11th annual Camp Michawana bike fundraiser will feature social distancing this year while raising scholarship money for the camp. (Brody Carter)

If you received a stimulus check intended for someone who has died, here’s what you do.

Problem Solvers: An Ionia restaurant owner has been billed for electrical service he didn’t use. (Angeline McCall)

The huge temporary hospital operation at the TCF Center in Detroit has been put on hold.

A look at the Battle Creek Farmers Market as a ‘very good turnout’ starts a new season under new social-distancing rules. (Lauren Edwards)

Gerald R. Ford International Airport steps up cleaning with electrostatic vapor machine. (Michael Martin)

Michigan GOP lawmakers sue governor over emergency extension. (Doug Reardon)

Spectrum Health COVID unit celebrates Nurses Day. (Julie Dunmire)

County COVID-19 Dashboards

While all counties provide local COVID-19 related information, counties not listed are do not have daily updates online.