Military is sent to Michigan to help the state deal with surge in COVID-19 patients as cases rise 88% in the past two weeks as Minnesota calls up the National Guard to assist in hard-hit care homes | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED X-Frame-Options: SAMEORIGIN

Military is sent to Michigan to help the state deal with surge in COVID-19 patients as cases rise 88% in the past two weeks as Minnesota calls up the National Guard to assist in hard-hit care homes

Michigan has requested federal military medical assistance to deal with the worst COVID-19 surge in the country, as Minnesota is asking its National Guard to support the struggling medical staff in its hard-hit care homes.

Both states are seeing rapidly-rising COVID cases and hospitalizations, as the cold weather forces people indoors.

Michigan is the current epicenter of the fourth wave, with cases up 88 per cent in the last two weeks, according to The New York Times's COVID tracking.

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