June 18, 2021

coronavirus

  1. April 12, 2021

    State virus dashboard to include disparities, vaccination data

    Michigan residents soon will be able to search the number of coronavirus cases, hospitalizations and deaths by race, ethnicity, age and gender through an expanded MI Safe Start dashboard.

  2. March 11, 2021

    Commemorating the loss and lessons of COVID’s first year

    As U-M marks the one-year anniversary of having our lives changed by the COVID-19 pandemic, several events over the next few days offer opportunities for the campus to reflect and remember.

  3. February 26, 2021

    Salary, hiring freezes to ease with approved FY ’22 budget

    When the new fiscal year begins, and subject to budget approval, U-M employees will again be eligible for merit raises and campus units will be able to begin to fill critical faculty and staff vacancies.

  4. February 19, 2021

    Further updates being made to ResponsiBLUE

    U-M’s ResponsiBLUE app is being updated and will include a quarantine and isolation indicator for students, an additional question in the daily symptom tracking questionnaire and other improvements. 

  5. February 11, 2021

    New state allocation strategy limits U-M COVID-19 vaccine rollout

    A revised state strategy for distributing COVID-19 vaccine, coupled with an overall shortage of available vaccine, is limiting Michigan Medicine’s ability to offer new first-dose appointments.

  6. February 6, 2021

    Mandatory testing to include graduate, professional students

    U-M is expanding its weekly mandatory COVID-19 testing to include graduate and professional students who live on or come to campus. The mandatory testing will start Feb. 16.

  7. February 5, 2021

    Michigan Medicine updates COVID vaccine distribution status

    Amid vaccine shortages and changing prioritization guidance from the federal and state government, Michigan Medicine has administered more than 51,000 COVID-19 vaccine doses since mid-December.

  8. February 2, 2021

    County by county, study shows social inequality in COVID’s toll

    COVID-19 has killed more than 400,000 Americans, and infected more than 24 million others. But a new study shows just how unevenly those deaths and cases have played out across the country.

  9. February 1, 2021

    Holiday public health measures likely saved lives in state, researchers say

    Increased social distance measures over Thanksgiving and Christmas might have prevented more than 100,000 coronavirus cases in Michigan, according to preliminary findings by the School of Public Health.

  10. January 29, 2021

    Updated ResponsiBLUE better connects users to COVID-19 resources

    The university’s ResponsiBLUE app includes new features that better connect users to on-campus COVID-19 testing, and better support the health and safety of the campus community.