Christina Hall, Detroit Free Press

Christina Hall

Detroit Free Press

Lake Odessa, MI, United States

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Recent articles by Christina:

Macomb Co. schools' COVID-19 cases not what they seem, reporting change causing confusion

Macomb Co. schools appear to be hotbed of COVID-19 cases in latest state report, but officials say formula change in counting cases causing confusion. → Read More

Ingham County cat first Michigan pet to test positive for virus that causes COVID-19

Ingham County cat tested positive for virus that causes COVID-19. Its owners were confirmed to have COVID-19 about a week before the cat became ill. → Read More

CVS Health hires Dr. Joneigh Khaldun to be its first chief health equity officer

Dr. Joneigh Khaldhun, who led Michigan through the coronavirus pandemic, has been named vice president and chief health equity officer of CVS Health. → Read More

Rapid at-home COVID tests fly off Michigan store shelves as pandemic demand outpaces supply

Free Press reporters scoured metro Detroit's drugstores, pharmacy chains and big-box stores, looking for rapid COVID-19 tests. Here's what we found. → Read More

Roseville library closes temporarily because of COVID-19; curbside, other services offered

Roseville Public Library temporarily closes after a few employees had to quarantine, isolate because of COVID-19. Curbside, other services offered. → Read More

Mayor Duggan on COVID-19 spread: 'We could lose another holiday season with our families'

Detroit, metro Detroit county health departments offering Pfizer COVID-19 booster shots, urging unvaccinated to get inoculated as virus spreads. → Read More

Pfizer COVID-19 booster clinics to open Wednesday in Oakland County: Where to find them

Oakland County Health Division to offer Pfizer COVID-19 booster shots at indoor sites, drive-through clinics starting Wednesday. → Read More

CDC approves Pfizer COVID-19 booster shots for essential workers, 65 and older, others

The CDC approved on Friday Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine boosters for essential workers, those 65 and older, and people with underlying health conditions. → Read More

Pfizer COVID-19 boosters near approval for 65 and older, those with underlying conditions

Federal regulators opened the door a little wider Thursday for a third booster dose of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine for millions more Americans. → Read More

COVID-19 breakthrough infections happen to vaccinated, but less hospitalization, death

People fully vaccinated against COVID-19 can get breakthrough infection of the virus. But health officials say vaccine reduces hospitalization, death. → Read More

'Perfect storm' has Beaumont emergency rooms nearly full

Beaumont Health emergency departments are nearly full because of COVID-19 patients, others with different medical conditions, staffing shortage. → Read More

Henry Ford Health System temporarily closes 120 inpatient beds because of staffing challenges

The 120 inpatient beds are across the Henry Ford Health System, but are mostly at its Detroit and Jackson campuses, officials said. → Read More

New Beaumont Health study: COVID-19 hospitalization rare for fully vaccinated

The study was conducted from Dec. 15 through April 30 and examined medical records from nearly 12,000 patients age 18 and older who tested positive. → Read More

Crowd of unmasked students press into Washtenaw County school, violating COVID-19 mandate

A crowd of unmasked students pressed into Manchester High School Tuesday morning, violating a public health mandate requiring all students wear masks. → Read More

Beaumont doc to receive leadership award: 'Her passion is listening to patients'

Dr. Asha Shajahan, a family physician with Beaumont Health, volunteers to care for homeless, worked in COVID-19 units, is winner of Unsung Hero Award. → Read More

Bloomfield Twp. woman wins $2 million prize in COVID-19 vaccine lottery

An Oakland County woman won the $2 million grand prize in the final round of drawings of the MI Shot to Win COVID-19 vaccine sweepstakes. → Read More

Michigan to use existing network of vaccine providers if COVID-19 boosters are OK'd

Federal public health officials planning for Americans 18+ get booster shot of Pfizer or Moderna COVID-19 vaccine eight months after second-dose jab. → Read More

Metro Detroit health departments giving 3rd COVID-19 vaccine to immunocompromised

County health departments in metro Detroit start offering, plan to give third doses of Pfizer or Moderna COVID-19 vaccine to immunocompromised. → Read More

Detroit to offer third dose of COVID-19 vaccine to immunocompromised residents

The City of Detroit will reopen the TCF Center drive-through clinic starting Tuesday for third-dose COVID-19 vaccines to immunocompromised residents. → Read More

Another grim milestone: Michigan's COVID-19 death toll surpasses 20,000

More than 20,000 Michiganders have died from complications of COVID-19. Milestone comes as cases, hospitalizations tick up, delta variant swirls. → Read More