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Karl the Barber Wins!

2020-06-05T22:30:14+00:00June 5th, 2020|

The Michigan Supreme Court, in a 7-0 decision, vacated the order of the Court of Appeals, removing the court order for the 77 year old barber Karl Manke from Owosso, MI, to cease and desist from cutting hair. The Michigan Supreme Court remanded the case back to the Court of Appeals for plenary consideration. Supreme

Facebook unilaterally shuts down communication platform for grassroots group with 386,000 members

2020-05-13T20:46:00+00:00May 13th, 2020|

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:  MAY 12, 2020, MICHIGAN:  Facebook unilaterally shut down the principal platform for the fastest growing grassroots education and action movement in America currently, eliminating their 386,000 member Facebook group.  The group, launched by one Michigan resident a month ago as Michiganders Against Excessive Quarantine (MAEQ) in response to Governor Gretchen Whitmer’s extended

Michigan shares coronavirus data for hospitals, health systems for first time

2020-05-13T16:10:46+00:00May 13th, 2020|

The state and the Michigan Health and Hospital Association released data specific to hospitals or health systems for the first time on Thursday, April 23. The data gives a peek into which hospitals are handling more COVID-19 cases and how much personal protective equipment is available. In total, Michigan’s acute-care hospitals are at 61 percent capacity with

Michigan third in nation for coronavirus, last for data about patients

2020-05-13T16:07:24+00:00May 13th, 2020|

April 6:  Thirty-three states release daily numbers about hospitalizations for the coronavirus. Eighteen release data on patients who have recovered. Other states release daily numbers of patients on ventilators, in intensive care units or cases involving nursing homes. None of the information is available in Michigan, which has the third most deaths from the virus

A Colorado restaurant opened sit-down brunch on Mother’s Day. It got shut down.

2020-05-13T15:15:53+00:00May 13th, 2020|

A Colorado restaurant that opened for full service on Mother’s Day in defiance of state rules banning sit-down dining was ordered to close Monday and had its license suspended indefinitely by health officials.  The Tri-County Health Department said if the owners refuse to comply, further legal action would be taken that could include the revocation

Coronavirus lockdown: Two hotels demolished in Nigeria ‘for breach of rules’

2020-05-13T15:04:16+00:00May 13th, 2020|

The authorities in Nigeria's oil-rich southern Rivers state have demolished two hotels over an alleged breach of lockdown rules intended to contain the spread of coronavirus. State Governor Nyesom Wike, who supervised the tearing down of Edemete Hotel and Prodest Home on Sunday, said the operators had flouted an order that hotels should be closed.

Data shows low hospital occupancy numbers across Michigan; COVID-19 hospitalizations drastically declining

2020-05-13T15:02:20+00:00May 13th, 2020|

Michigan has 145 hospitals that are owned by 45 different hospital systems or networks.  These hospitals have 23,462 beds, of which 2,924 are ICU beds. The Michigan Hospital Association provided a one-day snapshot publicly for the first time on April 23.   No trend data over time has ever been presented in regards to hospitalization rates

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