Current Emergency Information


211 LInk to local COVID information and resources:


Govenor's Stay Home Order:

This link will take you to the full order.,9309,7-387-90499_90705-522626--,00.html

For those who have questions about the state’s actions to mitigate the spread of coronavirus, please call the COVID-19 Hotline at 1-888-535-6136 between 8AM - 5PM daily.   

Please do not call 911 to inquire on or report a business that is not in compliance of the Stay at Home Order. We want to keep 911 for emergency services.

If you do have a question or want to report a violation or concern, please first check this site that has been updated to be more user friendly to see if your question can be answered or to verify that your concern is violation of the order.,9753,7-406-98178_98737---,00.html

If it is, you may report it by emailing or leaving a voicemail message for the City of Midland or Midland County depending on the location of the business.

For a business within the City limits:

Contact the City Attorney’s Office by sending an email to or by leaving a voicemail on 989-837-3395.

For a business outside of the City limits but within Midland County:

Contact the County at or leave a voicemail on (989) 600-4855.

These will be regularly monitored and all complaints will be investigated by the appropriate agency.


FAQ for businesses related to the order:,9753,7-406-98178_98455-522631--,00.html

The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) has created a hotline to respond to health-related questions about coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19).  The hotline is open seven days a week from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at 1-888-535-6136.

Public health and other experts will answer health-related questions about COVID-19. The team can also direct residents, providers and more to the right resources in their local communities and in other state government departments.

Staff cannot provide individual clinical advice or a diagnosis through the hotline. If you believe you have been exposed to COVID-19 and are symptomatic, call your health care provider. If you do not have a health care provider, call the nearest hospital.

Patients with confirmed infection have reported mild to severe respiratory illness with symptoms of:

Shortness of breath

The best prevention for viruses, such as influenza, the common cold or COVID-19 is to:

Wash hands often with soap and warm water for 20 seconds. If not available, use hand sanitizer.
Avoid touching your eyes, nose, or mouth with unwashed hands.
Cover your mouth and nose with a tissue or upper sleeve when coughing or sneezing.
Avoid contact with people who are sick.
If you are sick, stay home, and avoid contact with others.
Replace handshakes with elbow bumps.
Stay at least six feet away from others when in a public setting.

MidMichigan Health has also published a COVID-19 informational hotline that is a recording with a reminder of CDC guidelines and recommendations for easy access. This hotline can be reached toll-free at (800) 445-7356 or (989) 794-7600 24/7.

The CDC and MDHHS websites are very good reference for questoins.

Price Gouging Complaints can be filed here:,4534,7-359-82915_82919_86407---,00.html

Anyone seeking interpretation of an executive order should first review those orders and the Frequently Asked Questions listed on the state’s website devoted to COVID-19.,9753,7-406-98178_98455-521682--,00.html

Weblinks to those pages and additional information can also be found through the Attorney General’s website

If an answer is not found, requests for an interpretation of an executive order can be emailed. Responses to those inquiries will likely be a delayed as the Attorney General’s office discusses them with the Governor’s Office for a final determination.

River levels can be monitored on the NOAA site,