Up-to-Date and Accurate Information on Coronavirus

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Were you or someone you know a frontline worker during the COVID shut down?

Futures for Frontliners is a state scholarship program for Michiganders without college degrees who worked in essential industries during the state COVID-19 shutdown in spring 2020 (April 1 – June 30). This scholarship provides these frontline workers with tuition-free access to local community college to pursue an associate degree or a skills certificate, either full-time or part-time while you work. Learn more here!


  1. Local Resources
  2. State Resources
  3. Global and National Resources
City Resources
Check the official city webpage concerning Covid-19 for city updates. 


County Resources
Ottawa County's Department of Health has put together a list of facts and figures about the coronavirus. Find updates about what we know about the virus and check their myth vs. facts

Ottawa County's Community Mental Health page has resources that range from local to national concerning mental health. Find resources in English and Espanol. 

Internet Resources
Find low cost internet services and computers using 
this siteThere are a variety of check boxes.  Everyone who lives in the 49464 zip code and has at least one K-12 student in the home would qualify for a special internet offer, if they don’t already have access.  If that student also qualifies for free/reduced cost lunch, there are four internet offers and multiple offers for getting low cost devices too.

Meal Services
Find the schedule for Zeeland Public School's meal service here. As of April 17th, meal services are hosted at 27 locations on Mondays and Thursday. Please check for the specific time the meals will be at each location. 


Harvest Stand Ministries in Zeeland has a food pantry that is open Monday, Wednesday, and Thursdays. You can also donate high need items if you have enough to spare. Learn more about the food pantry and how to donate here

Community Action House in Holland has a food pantry and community kitchen available. Check out the times they are available here

Enter your ZIP code and find meal services through Feeding America




  1. Children's Resources
  2. Safety Recommendations
  3. Where to Donate
  4. Employment Resources
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Internet Resources
Find low cost internet services and computers using this siteThere are a variety of check boxes.  Everyone who lives in the 49464 zip code and has at least one K-12 student in the home would qualify for a special internet offer, if they don’t already have access.  If that student also qualifies for free/reduced cost lunch, there are four internet offers and multiple offers for getting low cost devices too.

Podcasts about COVID-19
School Library Journal has created a series of podcasts meant to help parents explain COVID-19 to children. Some of the podcasts are hosted by children who interview adults, others have children submitting their questions to the experts. Some of the podcasts are available in Spanish as well! The topics explored by these podcasts include:
  • Coronavirus Questions
  • Social Distancing
  • Where do viruses come from?
  • How do germs spread?
  • Hygiene and Germs
Free Downloadable eBooks about COVID-19 for kids, tweens, and teens
For parents and caregivers who are looking for COVID-19 resources to explain the pandemic to their children, Magination Press called on some of its experts to write two free, downloadable books for children, tweens, and teens on the topic.

Remote Education
Zeeland Public Schools resources during the pandemic. Check here for information on remote education, meal services, mental health assistance, and district updates concerning the school year. 

The Michigan Department of Education (MDE) is providing information and guidance – developing numerous resources to assist local school districts, educators, and families. Education information and resources can be found at this link



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