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Stateside: Michigan’s Delta surge; mask rules in Washtenaw County; return to in-person work

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Today on Stateside, things to know about Michigan’s rising COVID infection and hospitalization rates. Also, the health officer for one Michigan county that had high infection rates in the past talks about putting a mask recommendation back in effect. Plus, what to expect when you’re expected to show up in-person at work.  

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Delta snapshot: infections and hospitalizations rising in Michigan

Stateside's conversation with Robin Erb.

  • Robin Erb is a reporter with Bridge Michigan.

Behind Washtenaw County’s revival of mask rules

Stateside's conversation with Jemina Loveluck.

  • Jemina Loveluck is the health officer for Washtenaw County.

Polestar continues LGBTQ+ support after pandemic shutdown, building loss

Isabel Nissley reports for Interlochen Public Radio.

  • Isabel Nissley is a reporter for Interlochen Public Radio.

What to expect when you’re expected at work

Stateside's conversation with Angela Hall and Sue Ashford.

  • Angela Hall is an associate professor at the Michigan State University School of Human Resources and Labor Relations.
  • Sue Ashford is a professor and Chair of Management & Organizations at U-M Ross School of Business.

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