DAVISON (DTV) – (4/05/2021) – Originally, on March 22nd, Governor Whitmer allowed people 16 and older with a medical condition or disability that leads them to have a higher chance of contracting COVID-19 to receive the vaccine.
Now, on April 5th, every Michigander can make one’s way to a nearby holder of the COVID-19 vaccine and receive their first dose as long as they’re of the age requirement. This is possible because more vaccines are expected to arrive in Michigan very soon.
Here, you’ll find the intriguing story of a Davison student after securing the first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine.
Also, there are some new weekly requirements Spring Athletes must achieve in order to play their sport.
MHSAA has the new requirements explained in full detail on their website.
Some of these requirements will be to take a rapid COVID test once a week, a required signature of all athletes, and to turn in forms as soon as possible.
Athletes will be given two forms this week that need to be returned right after their first day of testing. These forms will also be available in the Athletic Office.
Spring Athlete Testing will begin this week. On Wednesday, April 7th through Friday, April 9th, testing will take place before or after school. Each team will vary in times. Coaches will be given the dates to give to the athletes
Every High school or Middle school athlete will take the test in the first week of one of these days.
Starting on April 11th, teams will have set days and times in the week to have the tests done.
Also, one make-up day per week will be administrated.
Be sure to stay updated on new requirements for Spring Sport Athletes by checking back here.