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ICYMI April 30: Updates on COVID-19 developments in Michigan

Posted at 5:38 AM, Apr 30, 2020
and last updated 2020-04-30 05:38:39-04

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.

40,399 coronavirus cases confirmed in Michigan as of Wednesday, with 3,670 deaths.

Whenever we get back to normal, some of our pets will experience separation anxiety. (Derek Francis)

Alternatives in Motion provides mobility equipment to children, adults and seniors, but when they reopen, they will need the community's help to restock their items. (Angeline McCall)

A new website could help you save money on medical bills. (Aaron Parseghian)

A judge has ruled that Michigan's stay-at-home order is constitutional.

Michigan’s Department of Natural Resources says campsites will not open until reopen June 22.

Pure Michigan releases new video that encourages unity while everyone is stuck indoors. (Lauren Edwards)

Gov. Whitmer announced Wednesday the creation of a $130-million fund to give grants to childcare providers.

The state activated its Michigan Mortuary Response Team of volunteers to help local health care facilities and funeral homes.

FOX 17 anchor/reporter Annie Szatkowski put herself through the process of getting a COVID-19 test to show you what it’s like.

Gov. Whitmer announced a plan on Wednesday for tuition-free college for essential workers.

There’s a law group providing free unemployment assistance in Michigan. (Ryan Cummings)

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