Second Wave Media: How COVID-19 changed Michigan’s health care system for the better

In March 2020, life as Michiganders knew it changed. Shut-downs, social distancing, masks, and quarantines turned simple routines upside down. Shortages and job losses hit the most vulnerable hard. Some businesses closed for good. Worst of all was the loss of life – especially among families of color.

Despite the tragedy, COVID-19 in Michigan is also a story of people rallying, innovating, protesting, and collaborating to meet needs for food, housing, medical care, education, and equity — and in the process making change that will hopefully move the state forward towards a better future for all. Over the past year, Second Wave Media’s State of Health series has covered many of these efforts – and in this special report concluding our past year of coverage, we’re taking a look back at how COVID-19 has changed health care in Michigan for the better.

Read more in Second Wave Media.

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