Stateside: Rep. Upton on stimulus bill; a manufacturing pivot; one hospital’s pandemic plan
Stateside for Wednesday, March 25, 2020
Today on Stateside, a West Michigan hospital puts into action a pandemic plan more than a decade in the making. Also, Michigan’s manufacturers assess the risks of entering the medical supply market amid a shortage of critical health care equipment needed for the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Congressman Upton on what Michiganders can expect from $2 trillion stimulus package
Stateside's conversation with Fred Upton
- Republican Congressman Fred Upton represents Michigan's 6th Congressional District.
Homeless outreach continues in Traverse City under 'stay at home' orderInterlochen Public Radio's Max Johnston reports on how people experiencing homelessness are dealing with the coronavirus shutdown.
Max Johnston is a reporter with Interlochen Public Radio.
Power train to protective gear: Michigan manufacturers pivot to medical suppliesStateside's conversation with John Walsh
- John Walsh is president and CEO of the Michigan Manufacturers Association.
After years of planning, a West Michigan hospital puts its pandemic response to the testStateside's conversation with Mark VanDyke
- Mark VanDyke is manager of business assurance for Spectrum Health in Grand Rapids.
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