City of Saline Plans Pride Event June 1 Outside City Hall
Saline Fri. May 21 2021

PRESS RELEASE: Gov. Whitmer Accelerates 'Vacc to Normal" Plan

Governor Gretchen Whitmer announced an updated ‘Vacc to Normal’ plan, which outlines steps Michiganders can take to emerge from this pandemic. As of June 1, capacity limits will lift for outdoor events. Additionally, indoor capacity limits will increase to 50%, allowing indoor social gatherings such as weddings and funerals to move closer to normalcy. As of July 1, the state will no longer limit capacity at indoor or outdoor gatherings.
PRESS RELEASE: Gov. Whitmer Accelerates 'Vacc to Normal  Plan
Saline Fri. May 14 2021

PRESS RELEASE: Washtenaw Health Department Issues Order on Student Quarantines

Washtenaw County Health Department is issuing local health orders requiring quarantine for school-age children with exposure to COVID-19. Within classrooms or buses, the distance requiring quarantine is reduced to 3ft. In other settings, including extracurricular activities, hallways, music classrooms, or classrooms where students cannot mask, the 6ft requirement is still in place. Anyone exposed to COVID-19 should continue to monitor themselves for symptoms for a full 14 days after an exposure and seek testing if symptoms appear.
PRESS RELEASE:  Washtenaw Health Department Issues Order on Student Quarantines
Saline Thu. May 13 2021

PRESS RELEASE: MDHSS Recommends Kids as Young as 12 Are Vaccinated for COVID-19

The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) is recommending that providers begin vaccinating adolescents 12 to 15 years of age following a vote by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices supporting that recommendation. It is also recommended that the COVID vaccine can now be administered at the same time, or on the same day, as other vaccines in both children and adults.
PRESS RELEASE: MDHSS Recommends Kids as Young as 12 Are Vaccinated for COVID-19