- June 22, 2021
- Posted by: Stratford Team
- Category: Business
LANSING, Mich. – The Woodward Dream Cruise is back on, the eviction moratorium from last year will lift, and Michigan’s remaining COVID-19 restrictions were rolled back Tuesday.
Several signs of the pandemic’s waning sway over lives in Michigan and the U.S. continue to be validated by encouraging statistics reported by the state and the subsequent ending of epidemic orders from the health department.
A threat to public health remains. The state reported another 327 cases of COVID-19 and 35 deaths over a three-day period on Monday. But the transmission rate has softened to nearly 100 new cases a day which is similar to the rate of Michigan’s best days last summer. And the low number of infections isn’t just attributed to lockdown measures but immunity.
So far 61.2% of the state is covered by some form of protection from a vaccine. Another 42,587 people got their first vaccine shot last week, which is similar to the previous two weeks. About…