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In recent weeks, businesses have closed their doors and restaurants have been forced to move to takeout only as residents have taken to self-isolation,

The Ann Arbor City Council votes via Zoom to provide funds to stop potential evictions caused by loss of income due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Ann Arbor City Council met Monday evening via Zoom in a public livestream.

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The 49th annual Hash Bash, Ann Arbor’s annual cannabis rights event, took place online Saturday afternoon via livestream due to the state of Michigan’s stay-at-

Ian Shackelford, assistant distiller at the Ann Arbor Distilling Company, mixes ingredients together to make hand sanitizer in response to the COVID-19 pandemic

Since the implementation of the Stay Home, Stay Safe, local business Ann Arbor Distilling Company has been making hand sanitizers for residents.

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With the spread of COVID-19 forcing businesses to close and jobs to be suspended, many have been laid off, creating struggles to pay rent.

Brayden Hirsch, staff reporter of The Daily, talked to several students on campus who hope that landlords will offer rent relief in wake of the pandemic.

Many students continue to pay rent for their empty apartments, despite returning to their permanent residencies.

In response to the continued spread of the coronavirus and uncertainty over when the pandemic may be controlled, the University of Michigan moved all classes for the spring and s

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While the University of Michigan has canceled classes in response to the COVID-19 virus and

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Minutes before the March 16 Ann Arbor City Council meeting, Mayor Christopher Taylor declared a local state of emergency regarding the current COVID-19 situation. 

A resident from Arbor Blu tests positive for COVID-19.

ArborBLU, a largely student-occupied apartment building on Church Street in Ann Arbor, announced that one of its residents tested positive for COVID-19 Sunday night. 

The City of Ann Arbor is taking preventative measures because of COVID-19.

Editor's Note: This article has been updated to reflect additional City of Ann Arbor changes announced Friday afternoon, including the closure of City Hall to the public until April 5.