Rep. Glenn presents a resolution recognizing the lives lost to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Rep. Annette Glenn, R-Midland, today led the Michigan House in a moment of silence to honor and remember those who have died during the COVID-19 pandemic.
“A year ago today, you might have already noticed some distant news reports about a new virus, but we had no idea what our nation and our state would soon be up against,” Glenn said. “A year ago today, no cases had even been detected in Michigan. But today – we know all too well the devastation this virus has brought to our families and communities.”
About 570,000 COVID cases have been confirmed in Michigan alone. About 15,000 Michiganders have died.
“Every one of them is a mom or dad, son or daughter, neighbor or friend,” Glenn said. “And thousands are battling this virus yet today. Please stand with me to mourn the victims of COVID-19 in every part of our state – from metro Detroit to the Upper Peninsula, and everywhere in between.”
Glenn’s measure – House Concurrent Resolution 2 – was adopted following a moment of silence.
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