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Michigan Medicine nurses at high risk of contracting the virus have had different experiences navigating the risk of caring for patients versus returning to work. 

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As cases of COVID-19 rise in Michigan, the University of Michigan has limited all laboratory research deemed “noncritical” until further notice.

In addition, the University has asked research labs to donate available supplies, including face masks and gowns, to the hospital to prepare for an influx of cases in the coming weeks.

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A study published by University of Michigan researchers found that opioid-using patients reported higher pain compared to non-opioid users after surgical or routine extraction procedures.

The LSA International Institute hosted a virtual discussion titled Coronavirus: Global and Academic Perspectives Tuesday afternoon.

The LSA International Institute hosted a virtual discussion titled “Coronavirus: Global and Academic Perspectives” Tuesday afternoon. The roundtable was moderated by Joseph Kolars, Michigan Medicine senior associate dean for education and global initiatives.

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Since the first cases of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) were confirmed in Michigan last week, doctors and hospital officials at Michigan Medi

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What is coronavirus? Where did it start?

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Editor's Note: This article has been updated to reflect the cancellation of all summer study abroad programs on Thursday afternoon. All spring study abroad programs were canceled Wednesday afternoon.

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After the confirmation of the first two cases of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) in Michigan this Tuesday, The Daily reporters Hannah Mackay and Jasmin Lee talked to various faculty and students about their reactions to the spread of the virus.

While many expressed concern about the virus, various faculty members stressed that danger for young people is relatively low.

Gov. Gretchen Whitmer declares a state of emergency at a press conference Tuesday night.

Editor’s note: More cases of COVID-19 are being diagnosed daily.