Michigan Coronavirus infection numbers have been trending upward for 10 weeks
The Michigan Health Department reported on Monday 6,093 new COVID-19 cases and 29 deaths over a three-day period, averaging 2031 positive cases in a day.
Amid concerns over the more contagious delta variant, the latest tallies from the MDHHS push the overall totals to 976,505 cases and 20,535 deaths since the virus was first detected in the state in March 2020.
Michigan’s COVID_19 infection numbers have been trending upward for 10 weeks.
As of Monday data, out of 29 deaths, 9 were identified during a vital records review, which the health department conducts three times a week.
Last week the state added 14,772 cases and 139 deaths from the virus, a slight increase from the week prior, when the state added 13,962 cases and 136 deaths from the coronavirus.
(Source: The Detroit News)