“First responders had to keep a safe distance when going door-to-door ordering 11,000 people to evacuate. Flooded nursing homes sent residents into shelters, where Covid-19 could spread. The Midland hospital sent its ventilated Covid-19 patients to nearby hospitals in case the flood was worse than predicted.” A once in a lifetime flood is always complicated. More so when it comes during a once in a lifetime pandemic. That’s all the more notable with hurricane season looming. The Guardian: When the ‘500-year flood’ hit Michigan, residents had to weigh risk of escape in a pandemic.