Island that takes tourists 'back in time' works to make visitors feel safe in the age of coronavirus


Mackinac Island, Michigan, is known for its no-car policy. The picturesque island, filled with horse-drawn carriages, bicycles, and fudge, is famous for taking visitors back in time. Now the island community is working to keep up with the times, as it embraces new coronavirus-fighting safety features and works to make up for financial losses it’s faced as a result of the pandemic. NBC News' Kevin Tibbles has more.