Stay Calm, Stay Safe, and Stay Home By: State Representative Leslie Love

Now more than ever, we have a responsibility to do what we can to help flatten the curve and reduce the spread of COVID-19. One of the most important things we can do is exercise social distancing and not engage in any unnecessary travel or personal contact. Beginning March 24, Michiganders have been ordered to stay-at-home unless engaged in essential work or activity effective until at least April … Continue reading Stay Calm, Stay Safe, and Stay Home By: State Representative Leslie Love

Wayne County Corona virus Hotspot What Are Your Options? By: Jim Bailey, R.N.

Wayne County, Michigan is now considered a corona virus hotspot.  The County has an increasing percentage of all the corona virus cases in the United States and Michigan.  What does this mean to you? As the numbers of people with corona virus increases, the chances of you coming into contact with someone infected also increases.  Going to the store has an increased chance of coming … Continue reading Wayne County Corona virus Hotspot What Are Your Options? By: Jim Bailey, R.N.