Coronavirus (COVID-19) Resources and Help

Updated 10/07/2020
Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) Director Robert Gordon today issued an Emergency Order under MCL 333.2253 restricting gathering sizes, requiring face coverings in public spaces, and placing limitations on bars and other venues. The order follows the Michigan Supreme Court decision on Friday, Oct 2, that invalidated COVID-19 related executive orders. MDHHS issued an Emergency Order that was first enacted after the Spanish Flu of 1918, and that was not at issue in the Michigan Supreme Court’s decision.

For the latest on COVID-19 for Michigan, please visit michigan.gov/coronavirus

Download the MDHHS order (pdf)

For more information about masks click here to MDHHS mask information page.  

If you think you have been exposed to COVID-19 and are not sure where to start, please click here to MDHHS for referrals on testing.

The State of Michigan has posted a Frequently Asked Questions page that covers a wide variety of questions related to health, unemployment, and other information pertaining to the COVID-19 fight.

Michigan Covid19 contact

Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) has set up a hotline and email contact for any resident with concerns or questions about COVID-19.

Please visit the Michigan Health and Human Services page on the Coronavirus.

 

Center for Disease control

The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) has a assembled information and advice, as well as daily updates on the status of Coronavirus (COVID-19). Visit the CDC’s COVID-19 page for the latest information.

 

world health organization

 

The World Health Organization is dedicated to world wide public health. It also offers support and resources in times of emergency.

 

FTC Coronavirus scamsThe Federal Trade Commission is also warning the public about COVID-19 scams and solicitations going around about testing and cures. You can read about that here. In addition. the FTC has also posted this article about evaluating information related to COVID-19.

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