Republicans introduce bid to impeach Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer

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"The sooner Michiganders put a pause on indoor social gatherings, the more lives we will save, and the sooner we will be able to resume our normal social lives, including eating out, without fear", commented Robert Gordon, the director of the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services.

"I'm very concerned about our numbers", Khaldun said.

Fear of a worsening crisis prompted Michigan Medicine and more than 100 other USA health care systems to launch a public relations campaign aimed at convincing people to wear masks that they say are the best hope of stemming an "alarming increase" in the virus' spread in Michigan and across the nation.

More than 20 million Americans are receiving some form of unemployment benefits and about half of which will lose them when programs expire at the end of the year.

A trade group composed of MI restauranteurs is making a last-ditch effort to stop Governor Gretchen Whitmer's new lockdown measures, which are due to take effect at midnight on Saturday.

The Midwestern state has reported four times the number of daily cases first reported during the spring spike.

"Every person in this country is depending on our federal government to step up here", Whitmer said. Additionally, it's a move that could go over well with businesses in the state. Additionally, she urged residents across the state to show their support by ordering takeout and delivery from local restaurants as well as shopping at local businesses.

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When the spread of the virus was contained in the summer, Whitmer said the percent positivity rate was around 3%. "We are preserving future holiday gatherings together by taking this seriously now, by not gathering with people outside of your household this Thanksgiving".

The plot was revealed by the Michigan Attorney General's Office during arguments against the release of Pete Musico, 42, one of eight men facing state terrorism charges in the case, WWMT-TV recently reported.