Category: COVID-19

MIOSHA Encourages Employers to Follow Updated CDC Guidance to Contain the Spread of COVID-19

The Michigan Occupational Safety and Health Administration (MIOSHA) is strongly encouraging Michigan employers to follow recently updated Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines due to the Delta variant of COVID-19. “As transmission rates accelerate rapidly in many Michigan counties, Michigan employers should monitor the spread of COVID-19 in their local communities and follow the… read more

Inter-Tribal Council of Michigan Announces New PSA

Nationally Recognized Musicians Support Michigan Tribal Communities Highlighting the Need for Increased Vaccinations Among Young Adults An award winning group with more than 30 million plays on Spotify is lending their music to Michigan tribal communities in a Public Service Announcement (PSA) encouraging the uptake of the COVID vaccines among young adults across Michigan. “The… read more

Whitmer: State will Open to Full Capacity June 22

Governor Gretchen Whitmer announced (6/17) an accelerated end of all COVID-19 epidemic orders on gatherings and masking as COVID-19 cases continue to plummet following increased vaccinations. Beginning June 22, capacity in both indoor and outdoor settings will increase to 100% and the state will no longer require residents to wear a face mask. “Today is… read more

Promos Available for Vaccine Town Hall Broadcast

Editor’s note:  This program and associated promotional spots is available for television and radio stations on the MAB website.  You’ll find links on the home page.  Radio and television stations throughout Michigan are setting aside competition and joining with other local broadcasters in their markets to air a special 30-minute noncommercial program entitled “Vaccine Town… read more

Broadcasters Pledge Support for Vaccine Awareness National Month of Action Beginning June 4

Editor’s note:  Your MAB has made a state-wide Vaccination Town Hall available to television and radio stations in the state.  More here. As founding members of the Biden Administration’s COVID-19 Community Corps, the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) is urging all local radio and television stations to help kick off a National Month of Action… read more

Michigan Broadcasters Partner to Air ‘Vaccine Town Hall’ Across State

Editor’s note:  This program is now available for television and radio stations on the MAB website.  You’ll find links on the home page.  Radio and television stations throughout Michigan are setting aside competition and joining with other local broadcasters in their markets to air a special 30-minute noncommercial program entitled “Vaccine Town Hall: Answering Your… read more

Governor Accelerates State’s ‘Vacc to Normal’ Plan

On May 20, 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… read more

Join Important Statewide Immunization Town Hall Broadcast

WDIV-TV, WJBK-TV and WXYZ-TV invite you to join them in airing a noncommercial statewide immunization town hall available for airing by all Television and radio stations beginning May 27 titled “Vaccine Town Hall: Answering Your Questions.” Even though the governor has announced the expansion of gatherings and a back to work order coming soon, we… read more

Beasley Hosts Zoom Event to Get Detroit Vaccinated

On May 13, Beasley Media Group (Detroit) hosted a Zoom meeting with community leaders to discuss ways to encourage everybody in Metro Detroit to Get Vaccinated in the next installment of Beasley’s Solutions Not Slogans campaign. WDMK-FM (Detroit) on-air personalities Mason and Angie Starr, along with sister station WMGC-FM morning show host Zannie K and… read more

CDC: Vaccinated Can Take Masks Off Indoors and Outdoors; MDHHS Updates Guidance

The Hill reported Thursday afternoon (5/13) that Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has released guidance that says if you are fully vaccinated — two weeks past the last required COVID-19 vaccine dose — you don’t need to wear masks indoors or outside, and you don’t need to maintain physical distance. “The science is… read more