Detroit – The number of confirmed cases of coronovirus (COVID-19) in Michigan rose to 144,897 on Saturday, including 7,010 deaths, state officials report.
Saturday’s update represents 1,791 new cases and 23 additional deaths. A total of 143,106 and 6,987 deaths occurred in the state on Friday.
The declared deaths include 15 deaths identified during a critical records review.
The state reported a total of 109,539 recoveries on Saturday.
The number of COVID-19 patients in Michigan hospitals has steadily increased over the past two weeks. As of Thursday, Michigan had 1,064 people hospitalized with COVID-19. This was 3.56% of the state’s active COVID-19 cases, of which 253 were in critical care with 94 patients on ventilators. See COVID-19 hospitalization data of the state here.
The 7-day average of new COVID-19 cases in Michigan was 1,424 cases as of Friday, the highest average in the state since April.
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Wayne County issues emergency orders to preserve coronovirus precautions
The Wayne County Health Department issued an emergency public health order on Oct. 8 to residents to continue taking steps to stop the spread of coronovirus.
Wayne County officials say the requirements listed in Thursday’s order must inevitably be carried over to health and safety precautions previously ordered by the Michigan government.
Wayne County Executive Warren C. “We are putting COVID-19 rules and laws before the Michigan Supreme Court decides on the Governor’s authority,” Evans said in a press release. “Wayne County’s order is simple: wear masks in public; No group has more than 10 people or 20 percent attendance per 1,000 square feet of space; And, employers should still provide health screenings for employees working in public areas or with the public. These are the rules that we are accustomed to and are the rules that we will keep following until there is a clear direction from the state. “
All Bottle can collect services to resume at Michigan store amid epidemic
According to the Michigan Department of Treasury, all Michigan retailers who accept and can return the bottle must immediately resume their collection services.
Michigan retailers initially prevented the empty bottle and can store amid health and safety concerns due to the coronovirus epidemic. By June 15, retailers were required to resume some Bottle and may collect operations after the “phased reinstatement” outlined by the State Treasury.
New coronovirus outbreaks reported in 26 Michigan schools
With the increase of coronovirus cases across the state, there is concern about outbreaks developing in schools.
The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services requires K-12 schools to report new cases within 24 hours, according to an emergency order that went into effect last Monday.
Twenty-six schools across the state reported new outbreaks. The highest number of 21 cases are in Kalamaju College.
Michigan Supreme Court: Official Whitmer COVID Order No longer Effective
The Michigan Supreme Court has denied the state’s request for a goverment order for Goverment Whitmer after the government dissolved its powers earlier this month.
On October 2, The court ruled that the 1945 law That Gov. Whitmer was unconstitutional from drawing to issue orders. The rule caused confusion as to whether or not he remained in power for some time even after the ruling. At the time, Whitmer’s office claimed the orders would remain in effect for 21 days.
On 5 October, Gov. Whitmer asked the court to clarify, suggesting the state needed a transition period. But on Monday the court rejected the motion, ruling Whitmer’s order no longer effective.
Michigan at high risk of virus again amid concern of 2nd wave, data show
A research group has once again labeled Michigan a “high risk” for a coronaryus outbreak as cases of COVID-19 begin to accelerate across the state.
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On Thursday, Michigan’s risk level for coronovirus outbreaks rose from “moderate risk” to “high risk” for the first time since July 31. The state’s new risk level is largely due to an increased infection rate and rapid increase of daily new COVIDs. 19 cases, according to statistics.
Michigan was previously labeled as experiencing “controlled disease growth”.
Michigan health officials show Gov. Whitmer’s previous orders issuing coronovirus regulations
Michigan health officials have issued a number of coronovirus (COVID-19) regulations that first show people they have previously been Gov. Were taken by Gretchen Whitmer Shot by state supreme court.
Robert Gordon, director of the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services, issued new orders to ban sizing sizes, require face masks in public places and childcare facilities, limit capacity in businesses and build safe workplaces, officials Announced.
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According to MDHHS, it is effective until at least 30 October.
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Emergency orders require Michigan schools to disclose coronovirus cases within 24 hours
Michigan schools are now required under a new emergency order to notify the public about any possible or confirmed cases of COVID-19 within 24 hours.
Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) director Robert Gordon issued an emergency order Tuesday asking K-12 schools to report any possible or confirmed virus cases on their website within 24 hours of learning of the cases Will need to be publicly disclosed.
Officials said the order would come into force on 12 October.
Michigan Health Department issues emergency orders prohibiting nursing home visits
The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services has issued orders to mandatorily reinstate restrictions on long-term care facilities and other facilities due to coronovirus.
The order came after the government’s Supreme Court last week executive order of WhatsApp, stating that it had taken away the right from the 1945 law which is unconstitutional.
MDHHS director Robert Gordon said the new order relies on officials who were first implemented after the Spanish flu of 1918, and it was not issued in the Michigan Supreme Court ruling.
MDHHS issues new orders requiring masks
The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services has issued a new order citing authorization not covered by a recent decision of the Supreme Court, requiring facial coverings and limiting certain businesses throughout the state it occurs.
This order re-enacts three aspects of government. Gretchen Whitmer’s previous emergency orders:
- Masks are required in indoor and outdoor ceremonies involving people from different homes.
- Limits of specific assembly.
- Bars should enclose indoor common areas, and indoor gatherings are prohibited in most areas where alcohol is sold.
According to MDHHS officials, the order is effective immediately and will remain in effect until October 30.
Michigan COVID-19 Daily Reported Cases from October 1:
- 1 October – 891 new cases
- October 2 – 780 new cases
- 3 October – 1,158 new cases
- October 4 – 703 new cases
- October 5 – 703 new cases
- 6 October – 903 new cases
- 7 October – 1,016 new cases
- October 8 – 1,197 new cases
- October 9 – 1,095 new cases
- 10 October – 1,522 new cases
- October 11 – 904 new cases
- October 12 – 904 new cases
- 13 October – 1,237 new cases
- 14 October – 1,359 new cases
- 15 October – 2,030 new cases
- 16 October – 2015 new cases
- 17 October – 1,791 new cases
Michigan COVID-19 reported deaths since October 1: 1
- 1 October – 19 new deaths (11 from critical records)
- October 2 – 7 new deaths
- 3 October – 13 new deaths (11 from critical records)
- October 4 – 8 new deaths
- October 5 – 7 new deaths
- 6 October – 22 new deaths (7 from critical records)
- 7 October – 9 new deaths.
- October 8 – 22 new deaths (20 from critical records)
- October 9 – 7 new deaths
- 10 October – 15 new deaths
- October 11 – 4 new deaths
- October 12 – 3 new deaths
- 13 October – 30 new deaths (10 from critical records)
- 14 October – 13 new deaths.
- 15 October – 32 new deaths (21 from important records)
- October 16 – 14 new deaths
- October 17 – 23 new deaths (15 from critical records)
Here is the 7-day moving average of COVID-19 cases in Michigan:
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