More than eight in 10 Michigan children have likely already been infected with COVID-19, the Centers for Disease Control estimates.
Driving the news: The agency released its latest pediatric antibody seroprevalence survey results last week.
Detroit Public Schools Community District is prepping for a new school year without a mask mandate.
Driving the news: The change comes as schools across the country work to regroup after two-plus years of interrupted learning, Axios' Erin Doherty reports.
More Americans are returning to their pre-pandemic lives.
- Nearly a third believe the pandemic is over, according to the latest Axios/Ipsos Coronavirus Index.
COVID-19 vaccinations for children under 5 are expected to be available this week for the first time at local health care providers.
Why it matters: The shots' availability is a big moment for parents who have anxiously been waiting to vaccinate their young children.
Nearly a quarter of Detroit residents say their financial situation is better than a year ago, but the same percentage say it's gotten worse.
- Nearly half of residents surveyed say they're doing about the same financially as a year ago.
Inflation and staffing challenges are suppressing the Michigan hospitality industry's recovery from the pandemic.
Driving the news: More than 80% of statewide restaurants and hotels don't have enough employees, the Michigan Restaurant and Lodging Association found in a survey released Monday.
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