Michigan reports 3,120 new COVID-19 cases, 96 deaths in 2 days, ending Friday, February 25th
Michigan reports 3,120 new COVID-19 cases, 96 deaths in 2 days, ending Friday, February 25th

Michigan reports 3,120 new COVID-19 cases, 96 deaths in 2 days, ending Friday, February 25th

Michigan reported 3,120 new, confirmed coronavirus cases on Thursday, February 24th and Friday, February 25th.

The cases include new referrals of confirmed cases to the Michigan Disease Surveillance System since the last update on Wednesday, February 23rd.

Michigan also reported 96 confirmed deaths, including 54 identified in a vital journal review, conducted on Wednesdays and Fridays.

The seven-day average of new reported cases is down to 1,293. This is a drop from 1,926 a week ago and is the lowest average since August 13th.

On average a day in the last week, there have been 58 deaths. This has dropped from 69 on 18 February.

In all, there have been 31,791 confirmed deaths and 2,054,891 confirmed cases in Michigan since the start of the pandemic. In addition, as of Friday, there have been 303,065 probable cases and 2,686 probable deaths, with a physician and / or antigen test determining the COVID-19, but no confirmatory PCR test detecting the presence of a virus was performed.

Below is a chart indicating the seven-day average for new cases reported per day throughout the pandemic. (Can not see the chart? click here.)

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Only Ontonagon County in the Upper Peninsula and Alcona County in northeastern Michigan reported no new cases in the last two days.

Since Wednesday, the following 10 counties have had the most new cases per. 100,000 people: Livingston County (111), Crawford County (62), Alpena County (59), Mason County (59), Arenac County (53), Marquette County (52), Schoolcraft County (50), Keweenaw County (49) ), Otsego County (48) and Macomb County (46).

Without population adjustment, these 10 counties had the most new cases in the last two days: Wayne County (527), Macomb County (402), Oakland County (296), Kent County (216), Livingston County (215), Washtenaw County ( 148), Ingham County (101), Ottawa County (90), Kalamazoo County (83) and Genesee County (82).

The arrows on the map below show whether the cases this week are lower than new cases last week.

You can place the cursor over a county to see the underlying data. (Tip: Drag the map with the cursor to see the entire upper peninsula.)

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The chart below shows new cases for the last 30 days based on the onset of symptoms. It reflects the latest available data. In this chart, the numbers for the last few days are incomplete due to the delay between people getting sick and getting a confirmed coronavirus test result, which can take up to a week or more.

You can call a chart rather than any county, and you can place the cursor over a bar to see the date and number of cases.

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Hospitalization

As of Friday, hospitals across the country treated 1,282 adults and 45 pediatric patients with confirmed or suspected cases of COVID-19, including 133 on ventilators and 244 on intensive care.

On February 18, there were 1,695 adults and 50 pediatric patients with confirmed or suspected cases. This included 171 on respirators and 296 adults on intensive care.

On January 10, the state had about 5,000 patients in total, including about 860 on intensive care and about 540 on ventilators.

Deaths: Dead

31 counties reported at least one new death since Wednesday. Most deaths were reported in these 10 counties in the last two days: Wayne County had 21, Macomb County had 11, Oakland and Genesee counties each had eight and Berrien and Lapeer counties each had four. Kent, Ingham, Kalamazoo and Calhoun counties each reported three.

Below is a chart that tracks the state’s seven-day average for reported COVID-19 deaths per day during the pandemic. (These are based on the reported date, not necessarily on the date of death.)

Deaths with the omicron rise did not rise to the level of other measurements. Nor have they fallen so dramatically.

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Testing

On average for the last seven days, 8.1% of tests were positive for SARS-CoV-2 in Michigan. This is a decrease from an average of 9.1% a week ago.

Of about 23,000 tests on Thursday, February 24, about 8.2% were positive.

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The interactive map below shows the average of seven days of testing per day. amt. You can place the cursor over a county to see the underlying data.

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COVID-19 vaccinations

State data, updated Friday, shows that 65.3% of eligible residents have received at least one COVID-19 vaccine shot. Last week, the price was 65.0%.

About 53% of those who are fully vaccinated, which means they have received two shots of the mRNA vaccines or one shot of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine, have received a booster injection, which is now recommended for all adults and older children. . A week ago, it was around 52%.

People between 65 and 74 have the highest vaccination rate. About 89.5% have received at least one dose. Children 5 to 11 who are only eligible for shots since November are the least vaccinated with 27.04% at least partially inoculated.

Below is a chart showing vaccination rates by county for persons 5 and older. (Can not see the chart? click here.)

For more state-wide data, visit MLives coronavirus data site.

To find a test site near you, check the state’s online test find send an email to [email protected]or call 888-535-6136 between 8am and 5pm on weekdays.

Do you have a question about coronavirus that you would like answered? Submit it to [email protected].

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