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Chippewa County reports second case of COVID-19

Chippewa County reports second case of COVID-19

Health department says the individual has not resided within the county for several weeks and therefore the risk is low
War Memorial Hospital launches drive-thru COVID-19 evaluation station

War Memorial Hospital launches drive-thru COVID-19 evaluation station

Patients can call ahead when the clinic is open between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m., Monday to Friday
First presumptive COVID-19 case found in Chippewa County

First presumptive COVID-19 case found in Chippewa County

The Chippewa County Health Department believes risk to the general public is minimal at this time. The man involved is currently in hospital in isolation and not in Chippewa County
War Memorial Hospital appeals for masks

War Memorial Hospital appeals for masks

Offers link on how to make them
Postponed Black Label Society concert has been rescheduled

Postponed Black Label Society concert has been rescheduled

Show at Kewadin Casino rescheduled for August 8
West Neebish Channel ice to be cleared Tuesday

West Neebish Channel ice to be cleared Tuesday

U.S. Coast Guard to open West Neebish Channel in the St. Marys River
War Memorial Hospital increases visitor restrictions

War Memorial Hospital increases visitor restrictions

Visitors will only be allowed to accompany a minor patient, or in end of life situations
Kewadin closes all five Upper Peninsula casinos

Kewadin closes all five Upper Peninsula casinos

All hotel guests are being required to checkout by March 22
<b>COVID-19:</b> Michigan to shut down bars, restaurants and most other public gathering places

COVID-19: Michigan to shut down bars, restaurants and most other public gathering places

'Public places of accomodation' to be shut down across Michigan March 16 via executive order
COVID-19: Mackinac Bridge Authority suspends driver assistance program

COVID-19: Mackinac Bridge Authority suspends driver assistance program

MBA will reevaluate the driver assistance program as the COVID-19 pandemic progresses