TUESDAY NEWS HIT – One of the last things we all bore witness to was a state of the city address from Detroit’s mayor given to a crowd of onlookers. Shortly after the speech, the city shut down in the wake of the year-long pandemic.
This year, it will be delivered virtually.
Mayor Mike Duggan is expected to unveil two big pieces of news for residents: new vaccine sites and another poverty program.
After initially refusing to receive the Johnson & Johnson vaccine, arguing that Pfizer and Moderna offered more protection to those administered, and calling them “the best,” Duggan said Detroit is expected to receive its…