CV Keeps Going Down In Mich

State health officials report 414 new cases of coronavirus and 33 new deaths. It was the third consecutive day with less than 500 new cases. The trend is down about 40-percent week to week.
45-hundred 84 people have died from the virus in Michigan.
The Upper Peninsula has fewer than 100 cases and 4 counties have had none.
The number of tests statewide will double, to 30-thousand a day, by mid-June.
The Navy Blue Angels and Michigan Air National Guard will be seen in the skies over Michigan, to thank health care workers and first responders. the flyover also includes Indianapolis and Chicago.
A state commission has delayed a decision on whether it should ban guns from the state capitol grounds. Someone was able to break into the video meeting on Zoom with racist and violent messages, and broke up the meeting.
A Shiawassee County judge refused to order a 77 year old barber in Owosso to close his barbershop, pending a hearing by Attorney General Dana Nessel, who wants to close him down.
Central Michigan University plans face to face classes in the fall semester. Dorms will have fewer students. Classes will have physical distancing. Those who have virus symptoms will be go to isolation areas.
The state accidentally paid some jobless benefits twice, while thousands who have filed for unemployment haven’t been paid.
Meijer’s is donating 750-thousand K-N 95 masks to front-line workers and first responders.
General Motors has begun a phased-in startup of production, and aims to be at full production in 5 weeks.