As Michigan hospitals care for a third surge of COVID-19 patients, the MHA has been actively fielding and responding to media requests related to the increase in infections and hospitalizations over the past month.
The MHA issued a statement on behalf of the chief medical officers of Michigan's community hospitals that urgers Michigan residents to vaccinate as COVID-19 pediatric cases rise.
Below is a collection of headlines from around the state that include statements from the MHA.
Friday, April 16
- MLive: Whitmer wants vaccines, not restrictions, to end Michigan coronavirus surge. Experts say it won’t happen.
Thursday, April 15
- The Detroit News: Michigan hospitals near COVID capacity as expert warns of 'new pandemic'
Wednesday, April 14
- The Detroit News: Whitmer defends lack of new restrictions as top doctor issues warning
Tuesday, April 13
- Washington Post: Opinion: Vaccines won’t save Michigan from its covid-19 surge
- FOX 17: Teenagers vaccinated at SpartanNash clinic focused on their age group
- Manistee News Advocate: Immunologist: We're as bad as we've ever been
Monday, April 12
- CBS News: Michigan sees surge in COVID-19 cases among children
- The Detroit News: Rare COVID-19 complication is putting kids in Michigan's ICUs
- News/Talk 760 WJR: Brian Peters ~ The Paul W. Smith Show
- MSNBC/Rachel Maddow: How do you stop a Covid spike when you're in the middle of it?
- The Detroit News: Michigan COVID hospitalizations exceed fall peak as situation worsens
- People: More Young Adults Are Being Hospitalized with COVID as Faster-Spreading Strains Dominate