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Washtenaw County Prepared To Address Concerns Of Potential COVID-19 Second Wave

Jun 8, 2020

Washtenaw County Health Department spokesperson Susan Cerniglia
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This week, Michigan's stay-at-home restrictions will be lifted, which will allow restaurants, salons, summer camps, and other specialty businesses to reopen.  Yet, a second wave of coronavirus infections remains a possibility.  WEMU's David Fair speaks to Washtenaw County Health spokesperson Susan Cerniglia about how the county plans to address such concerns.


RESOURCES:

Washtenaw County Health Department

Washtenaw County Health Department COVID-19 Site

Breakdown of Washtenaw County COVID-19 Cases

CDC COVID-19 Information

Washtenaw County Health COVID-19 Testing Information

Michigan Executive Order 2020-110 (Lifting of Stay-At-Home Order)

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