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Michigan COVID-19 Resources

CORONAVIRUS
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COVID19@michigan.gov.
 
UMTRC Site updated 10/9/2020
Click here to see Status and Reopening Phases By Region 

Michigan’s COVID-19 Status And Reopening Phases By Region 

Phase 4
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Phase 5
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Updated Aug. 4, 2020

MI SAFE START

  • The MI Safe Start Plan outlines how we are re-engaging the economy while keeping our communities safe.

 

Whitmer’s plan outlines ways for schools to protect teachers, students and everyone involved in returning to in-person learning.

The safety protocols detailed in the roadmap include guidance on the use of personal protective equipment, good hygiene, cleaning/disinfecting, spacing in classrooms, screening for symptoms, athletics and more.


Encouraging the use of telehealth services during the COVID-19 emergency  

 EXECUTIVE ORDER 
No. 2020-86 

May 14, 2020 

 

 Here are the 6 stages in Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s plan to fully reopen the state

The MI re-opening plan has six phases as outlined here - https://www.michigan.gov/coronavirus/0,9753,7-406-98158-528453--,00.html

The phases of the pandemic include:

Michigan Policy Updates from Michigan.gov coronavirus updated May 11, 2020

Click here for a summary of the Stay Home, Stay Safe order.

ASPPB - State Psych Boards and licensing changes due to COVID-19direct link to the document from their website is here: Michigan is on page 17- Released on April 1, 2020

Whitmer Administration Expands Telemedicine, Urges President Trump to Permit ACA Special Enrollment Period During COVID-19  

Proposed Medicaid Policy 2021-Telemedicine

The following proposed policy has been issued for public comment:

  • 2021-Telemedicine - COVID-19 Response:  Telemedicine Policy Expansion; Prepaid Inpatient Health Plans (PIHPs)/Community Mental Health Services Programs (CMHSPs) Implications.

Comments may be forwarded to the e-mail or address noted on the policy's transmittal sheet.

Proposed Medicaid policies may be accessed here on the MDHHS website.