660 additional cases of COVID-19 in Michigan, 7 dead

(WXYZ) – There are now 72,502 cases of COVID-19 and 6,108 confirmed deaths in Michigan, the state reported on Friday.

This is 660 cases and seven deaths.

Additionally, there are 8,091 possible cases.

In a press conference, Governor Gretchen Whitmer said that it would not be safe for children to return to school if matters continued to escalate in this impasse.

Under the state’s Return to Learn scheme, students will be able to appear face-to-face in the school under Phase 4, which is currently in all areas of the state. The Traverse City region and the Upper Peninsula are in Phase 5.

If we move backwards in step 3, the classes have to be virtual.

Whitmer also strengthened his executive order on facade requirements, which were enacted because of the growing case count in the state. The Governor’s office said the spread is due to social gatherings.

Additional Coronavirus information and resources:

For resources page click here Details on cases in Michigan, including a COVID-19 overview from the CDC, the timely exit of Governor Gretchen Whitmer’s orders, the impact of coronoviruses on southeast Michigan, and links to more information from the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services , CDC and WHO.

Have a look Global coronavirus tracker With data from Johns Hopkins University.

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