Michigan Medicine is starting to resume some services it had previously halted due to COVID-19.
Health system officials announced this week they are resuming and expanding operations for some time-sensitive procedures and surgeries.
They also state they are taking additional safety measures to protect patients and health care workers.
Michigan Medicine had previously suspended most of its non-emergency operations in March to help slow the spread of the coronavirus.
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