New legislation signed into law Thursday requires two Michigan agencies to maintain oversight of nursing homes and long-term care facilities during the coronavirus pandemic while implementing a series of key policies.
Help is on the way for those workers frustrated by the inability to file and receive their unemployment benefits in a timely manner. A new appointment phone line has been set up for claimants requiring one-on-one support.
What, if anything can be gleaned from Michigan’s recent increases and should locals be concerned? There is no hard-and-fast answer, according to an expert in the field, who says the state's strategy appears to be working, but cautions it's too soon for the public to let its guard down.