I’ve been plenty critical of Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan. But credit where credit is due. On COVID testing and vaccine rollout, the city has, after a disastrous spring of 2020, gotten it right. A new effort at Ford Field, where the Lions lose, is being set up as I write this to vaccinate as many as 6,000 people per day. This is partially a product of a new FEMA grant to the city, but it’s also a product of responsible management. Macomb County executive Mark Hackel, of course, isn’t satisfied. But his county currently shows a substantially higher rate of new cases and positivity than either Wayne and Oakland. Perhaps a product of the fact that, well, Trump voters think COVID is a hoax, or whatever? I dunno. Anyway, it’s a welcome improvement after the mayor came under fire for rejecting a shipment of the JNJ vaccine earlier this month.