By Beth Baumann
The John F. Kennedy Presidential Library is honoring seven people for their “COVID Courage.” One of the recipients, Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer (D), is being praised for her pandemic response, even after another wave of the virus ravaged the state just weeks ago.
“In the face of backlash and threats, @GovWhitmer invoked emergency powers to contain the spread of the virus, issuing early, controversial orders to close schools and businesses, mandate mask wearing, and ban large gatherings, among other measures to keep people safe,” the library said in a tweet on Tuesday.
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