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ICYMI May 8: Updates on COVID-19 developments in Michigan

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Posted at 4:59 AM, May 08, 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 on Thursday increased to 45,646, up by 592 from Wednesday, with 4,343 deaths.

How to land a job with a virtual interview during a pandemic. (From our sister station WXYZ)

First-time drivers to new car owners across the state are still waiting for the Secretary of State's office to open because the services they need are not online. (Ryan Cummings)

A partnership between two West Michigan tech companies makes it possible to provide ambulances and police cars a new tool in virus fight. (Doug Reardon)

Restaurants are offering Mother's Day meals for delivery or takeout. (Todd Chance)

A UP businessman intends to place billboards in major cities across Michigan, including Grand Rapids, with his message against the governor’s orders for non-essential businesses to stay closed. (Julie Dunmire)

Gov. Whitmer detailed Wednesday the six phases of the MI Safe Start plan to "re-engage Michigan’s economy."

Read the latest stay-at-home order by Gov. Whitmer.

Realtors rejoice as ban on in-person home tours is lifted. (Michael Martin)

A former GVSU golfer working on the front lines as a nurse in Ann Arbor while her golf tour is suspended. (Jason Hutton)

County COVID-19 Dashboards