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Joe Keery, Jackson, Oakland University University Police Department discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

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Stay safe state corrections officials reporting a fifty five year old inmate Joe Keery found unresponsive in his cell in Jackson Wednesday the first prisoner to die from complications due to the virus and the virus has hit close to home in Oakland university university police department says a staff member testing positive for covert nineteen the first known case within the campus all faculty staff and students who had direct contact with that worker have been notified and have received medical attention police at Oakland university said the staff member has not been on campus it's March twenty fifth no word on their immediate condition W. W. J. news time is eight oh five Detroit's professional sports teams joining the governor in the fight against the pandemic in a video posted on social media several coaches and lions quarterback Matthew Stafford asking any medical professional to come to Detroit to join the fight we're calling on doctors nurses respiratory therapists and other health professionals.