(WXYZ) — One year ago, the first cases of COVID-19 were confirmed in our state.
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Through the uncertainty that followed, we held onto hope and made progress. Our essential workers became modern-day superheroes, and life-saving vaccines were manufactured right here in Michigan.
Now, we continue to move forward.
Watch our hour-long special “COVID-19: One Year Later” on the progress we’ve made and the work still ahead.
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- How limited testing access had a crippling effect in Michigan during early months of pandemic
- How Michigan educators & students have adapted to learning in the pandemic, a year later
- Service industry still struggling a year after first COVID-19 cases confirmed in Michigan
- How one couple navigated their first-year engagement among a pandemic and closed border
- On The Border: Essential workers reflect on a year of travel between Canada and the US
Additional Coronavirus information and resources:
View a global coronavirus tracker with data from Johns Hopkins University.
See complete coverage on our Coronavirus Continuing Coverage page.
Visit our The Rebound Detroit, a place where we are working to help people impacted financially from the coronavirus. We have all the information on everything available to help you through this crisis and how to access it.