Mark Phelan, Detroit Free Press Published 9:52 p.m. ET March 28, 2020 CLOSE A suburban Detroit hospital has a two-step outdoor triage process that empowers health care workers to screen and test patients for coronavirus infection while the people sit in their cars. (March 26) AP DomesticThe 2020 North American International Auto Show in Detroit has been canceled because the Federal Emergency Management Agency has selected the TCF Center, the convention center that hosts the event to serve as a field hospital for COVID-19 cases for at least six months.As of Saturday evening, Michigan had 4,650 cases and 11 deaths. More than half of the state’s cases are in the three counties that make up Detroit: Oakland (1,018), Wayne (939), Macomb (534).The show will resume in June 2021, organizers informed show sponsors in a memo Saturday that was obtained by the Detroit Free Press, part of the USA TODAY Network.”The health and welfare of the citizens of Detroit and Michigan is paramount. TCF Center is the ideal location for this important function at this critical and unprecedented time,” North American International Auto Show Executive Director Rod Alberts said in the memo.More: Why most auto dealers, service departments are open for business during coronavirusAuto show


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