COVID-19 2020

Hospital opens COVID-19 triage tent.

March 23, 2020

Hospital opens COVID-19 triage tent. LUDINGTON — Spectrum Health Ludington Hospital is taking additional steps to care for the community and to keep patients and team members safe by opening a COVID-19 triage tent as an extension of its emergency department during peak patient times. The tent will be operational from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. seven days a week…

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Community Updates, posted March 23, 2020.

March 23, 2020

Community Updates, posted March 23, 2020. This list is being posted daily on Mason County Press and Oceana County Press. It may be updated frequently throughout the day. It includes community organizations and MCP/OCP advertisers. PLEASE DO NOT POST A CLOSING, CANCELLATION, OR UPDATE IN THE COMMENT SECTION. IT WILL BE REMOVED. If your organization has a closing, cancellation, or…

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LMTA continues to be available for essential services, drops Sunday runs.

March 23, 2020

LMTA continues to be available for essential services, drops Sunday runs. LUDINGTON — Ludington Mass Transit Authority will be suspending its hours of service on Sundays due to low ridership. However, the LMTA will remain open with its regular service hours Monday through Saturday for essential services only. LMTA will also be practicing the social distancing guidelines as prescribed by…

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Hamlin Township offices closed; transfer site hours reduced.

March 23, 2020

Hamlin Township offices closed; transfer site hours reduced. HAMLIN TOWNSHIP — Hamlin Township offices will be closed from Tuesday, March 24 until April 11. There will be no hall rentals booked at this time. Beginning this week, Hamlin Township Transfer Site will be closed on Wednesdays but will be open on Saturdays from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. Please check…

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Workers affected by COVID-19 to receive emergency relief.

March 22, 2020

Workers affected by COVID-19 to receive emergency relief. As thousands of employees across Michigan are impacted by COVID-19, Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s Executive Order signed on Monday to expand unemployment benefits continues to provide emergency relief to the state’s working families. While experiencing a tremendous increase in demand, Michigan’s unemployment system continues to serve customers. “We understand that COVID-19 has caused economic harm…

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