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Coronavirus deaths in Detroit are among the highest in the country. As the city nears its projected peak in cases, health experts explain why the city’s underlying problems may cause worse outcomes.
The man who raised Keith Gambrell, who loved him like a son and married his mother, died in a blue recliner of novel coronavirus in his Grosse Pointe Woods home.
On a cool late March morning, family physician Asha Shajahan screened patients for COVID-19 from her makeshift downtown Detroit office: a tight stairwell in a big old Catholic church.
$250,000 ‘Hope in Harrowing Times’ community match led by Ford Fund, Magna and Bartush Family Foundation