Michigan Department of Health and Human Services

CALUMET, MI--   A Calumet restaurant has been cited by the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services for violating the November 15 public health order.

The order was established to control the spread of COVID-19 by restricting gatherings, including the gathering of patrons at food service establishments.

Café Rosetta on Fifth Street in Calumet was issued a citation by the state health department. Businesses could incur penalties of $1,000 for each violation or day it continues.

LANSING, MI (AP)--   A Michigan mandate that has forced dine-in restaurants and bars to close for the second time this year is getting a mixed response from industry leaders that worry the move could hurt businesses.

The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services announced the new order earlier this month. MLive.com reports that state law allows the agency to prohibit gatherings during an epidemic. The ban, which went into effect Wednesday, will last for three weeks.

LANSING, MI--   Aging adults and people with disabilities in Michigan can receive free assistance selecting Medicare coverage, the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) Aging & Adult Services Agency announced.

Medicare open enrollment runs through Dec. 7. Assistance for residents who are eligible for Medicare – who are age 65 or above or have disabilities – is available from the Michigan Medicare/Medicaid Assistance Program, which provides access to free, unbiased counseling on health benefits to help make selecting coverage easier.

The following is a press release from the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services:

LANSING, MI--   The following is a press release from the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services:

LANSING, MI--   To ensure Michigan voters remain healthy and reduce the spread of COVID-19 during the Nov.

LANSING, MI--   Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) Director Robert Gordon today issued an Emergency Order under MCL 333.2253 that updates and further expands requirements for residential care facilities, while also permitting indoor visitation in residential care facilities in certain circumstances.  

Throughout the pandemic, MDHHS has used a range of public health tools and guidance to contain the spread of COVID-19 and protect the public health, including emergency orders.

MARQUETTE, MI--   The Menominee-Delta-Schoolcraft Community Action Agency has been awarded money to expand residential lead hazard control services.

The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services grant is available for eligible households with a Medicaid-enrolled resident.

The agency was awarded $500,000 for such services as lead inspection, permanent removal of lead-based paint and removal or covering of soil lead hazards.

The grant targets homes in Menominee, Delta, Schoolcraft, Iron, Dickinson and Alger counties.

LANSING, MI--   Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) Director Robert Gordon issued an 

LANSING, MI--   The following is a press release from the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services.

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