State Rep. Sue Allor today advised families of the 106th District to stay vigilant but calm after the first case of coronavirus was confirmed in the area.
The state announced an additional 507 cases today, which brings the total number of confirmed to 2,295 – one of those cases is in Iosco County.
“It’s definitely concerning to learn the first case of this virus has been confirmed in our community,” Rep. Allor said. “Every day, more and more positive cases are being identified, and it was only a matter of time before the virus would make its way here, too. I urge everyone to continue to practice social distancing, take the appropriate precautions such as hand washing, and most importantly – stay calm. I know it’s been difficult, but we will get through this together.”
Rep. Allor said her heart goes out to the individual who tested positive for the virus and extends her prayers for recovery.
Reliable information about COVID-19 can be found at www.michigan.gov/coronavirus and www.cdc.gov/coronavirus. Residents with health-related questions can also call Michigan’s coronavirus hotline at 1-888-535-6136 between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. every day or email COVID19@michigan.gov.
People can reach out to Rep. Allor’s office with questions at 517-373-0833 or SueAllor@house.mi.gov.