Michigan’s COVID-19 cases are the lowest since last summer – Macomb Daily
Michigan’s COVID-19 cases are the lowest since last summer – Macomb Daily

Michigan’s COVID-19 cases are the lowest since last summer – Macomb Daily

COVID-19 cases in Michigan continue to fall to numbers not seen since last summer. The daily average of Michigan’s daily COVID-19 incidents from Saturday to Monday was 620. That’s a drop from 1,560 a day Thursday and Friday. The same figure was 20,346 less than two months ago on January 6th.

Michigan public health officials on Monday reported 1,860 new COVID-19 cases and 26 additional virus deaths over the past three days. The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services updates data every Monday, Wednesday and Friday.

The last two-day cases totaling 1,860 cases and 26 deaths brought the state’s total confirmed cases and deaths to 2,055,751 and 31,817 since the pandemic began nearly two years ago.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports that Michigan’s average 7-day incidence is 148.1 cases per year. performed in the last week.

Oakland County has an average of 125.80 cases per year. day per 100,000 inhabitants, which is a decrease of 34.66% compared to the previous 7 days, according to the CDC.

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