Should You Trust The MI COVID Contact Tracing App? Dining Spaces Adapt, But Are They Safe? Plus Amazon Deal Approved

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There’s a new MI COVID app for your phone. It’s to help with contact tracing, something that experts say will help contain the spread of the coronavirus.

Is this a good idea? How will this help? Is your privacy at stake?

Plus – more and more restaurants are doing tents and domes for dining as the weather comes. How should you treat them?

Dr. Paul Thomas and technologist Tom Lawrence join me.

Dr. Paul Thomas on Twitter:

Tom Lawrence:

Then, some things to know around town:

The sale of much of the State Fairgrounds for an Amazon development is approved – probably sealing the fate of the historic Colosseum and other buildings on the site.

City officials say Detroiters are getting the jobs at the FCA Jefferson East facility

And Ferndale, like many Southeast Michigan communities, is having some issues with lead in their drinking water.

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