US allows vaccinated international vacationers; Search for missing teenager in East Lansing continues
How the US rules for international travel are changing
More than a year and a half after COVID-19 concerns led the US to close its borders to international travelers from countries like Brazil, China, India, South Africa, the UK and much of Europe, restrictions are shifting to vaccine status.
From Monday, the travel bans from certain countries will be lifted. The US will allow international travelers, but they will need to be vaccinated – with a few exceptions. The USA is also reopening the land borders with Canada and Mexico to vaccinated people.
Find out more here.
Loved ones of teenagers missing in East Lansing do not give up hope as the search continues
Your loved ones, family and friends don’t give up hope that Brendan Santo will come home. All of this despite the fact that the teenager has now been missing for over a week.
The search continues for Santo, a Rochester Hills-born Grand Valley State University student who went missing while visiting Michigan State University last week.
See the story here.
Suspension of Michigan doctor who approved 22,000 medical marijuana certificates in the year
The Michigan appeals court upheld a two-year ban on a doctor who approved nearly 22,000 medical marijuana certificates over a 12-month period.
Read more here.
Houston guides are looking for clues to a wave of concerts that will mark Aug. were killed
Authorities said they were watching videos, interviewing witnesses and checking concert transcripts to see how eight people died at a Houston music festival when fans suddenly flocked to the stage to see rapper Travis Scott.
Find out more here.
End of daylight saving time: the mental effects of the time change
It is time to “fall behind” as we mark the end of summer time.
And while many took advantage of that extra hour of sleep on Saturday nights, the transition can actually be difficult for some. Experts say that understanding the psychology behind Daylight Saving Time and how it affects us can make it easier to adjust.
See the report here.
Weather forecast: Sunny Sunday with earlier sunrise, sunset ☀️
Here is the weather forecast for Metro Detroit.
COVID in Michigan
Michigan reported 10,094 new cases of COVID-19 and 90 virus-related deaths on Friday – an average of 5,047 cases over two days, the highest daily average since April. Of the 90 deaths announced on Friday, 48 were identified during a record review.
Friday’s update brings the total confirmed COVID cases in Michigan to 1,157,606, including 22,474 deaths. Those numbers are up from 1,147,512 cases and 22,384 deaths on Wednesday.
Read the current COVID report here.
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