Feb. 18, 2021 PLYMOUTH VOICE. Plymouth Michigan News Because COVID-19 has become heavily politicized, worries about the government or manufacturers pushing out distribution before it’s ready and problems scheduling vaccinations are causing anxiety, especially for older at risk adults. Listed here is valuable information and links to important websites.
Jan. 15, 2021 PLYMOUTH VOICE. Plymouth Michigan News As Covid-19 vaccine from Pfizer and BioNTech is being distributed and administered across the state residents say they are confused about the process and claim there is no clear unified direction coming from state officials or county health departments as to how
Nov. 19, 2020 PLYMOUTH VOICE. Plymouth Michigan News One day after Gov. Gretchen Whitmer set in place new COVID-19 restrictions, Plymouth Canton Community Schools Superintendent Monica Merritt announced that the school district will move to a fully-remote learning environment, effective almost immediately. Merritt said the changes will be effective
Aug. 8, 2020 PLYMOUTH EAGLE. Plymouth Michigan News “Friends of the post have established a GO-FUND-ME account” Don Howard Staff Writer They have survived gunfire, bombings and hand-to-hand combat in Vietnam, and as long ago as Korea and even World War II. They have survived helicopter flights into
Jul. 9, 2020 PLYMOUTH VOICE. Plymouth Michigan News By: Kara Gavin Special Writer Pandemic historians who showed the power of efforts to ‘flatten the curve’ say it will take all-out effort by individuals, industry and elected officials to reduce death and suffering until vaccines are available Back in
Jul. 5, 2020 PLYMOUTH VOICE. Plymouth Michigan News Don Howard Staff Writer The streets of Plymouth were quiet on Independence Day with the absence of the traditional Good Morning America Parade. Gone were the crowds, the banners, flags, honking fire engines, high school bands, antique cars, elected officials and
Jun. 15, 2020 PLYMOUTH VOICE. Plymouth Voice. COVID-19 cases/deaths in Michigan increased slightly this weekend, but the overall downward trends remain. As of Friday, the seven-day average of confirmed cases, 157, is the lowest it’s been since March as reported by Bridge Magazine. Only three new coronavirus cases were
Apr. 14, 2020 PLYMOUTH VOICE. Plymouth Michigan News Don Howard Staff Writer Late Monday, Gov. Gretchen Whitmer signed an executive order to grant financial assistance to struggling Michigan bar and restaurant owners suffering losses caused by the coronavirus pandemic. The order to provide communities with needed sustenance during the