Detroit – The number of confirmed cases of coronovirus (COVID-19) in Michigan has increased to 469,928 on Wednesday, including 11,775 deaths, state officials report.
Wednesday’s update includes 3,443 new cases and 70 additional deaths. On Tuesday, the state confirmed a total of 466,485 cases and 11,705 deaths.
- The state will not provide the updated COVID-19 number on Christmas day, according to its website. The last update was 23 December and the next update is expected on Saturday 26 December.
Michigan’s 7-day average for new COVID cases dropped to 3,311 on Wednesday. The state had a total of 173,400 active cases of COVID-19 as of Wednesday.
Hospitals began to decline in December. As of Wednesday, Michigan hospitals had 3,086 COVID patients, of which 738 were in critical care.
According to Johns Hopkins University, there have been more than 18 million COVID cases nationwide as of Wednesday afternoon. More than 329,000 people have died from the virus in the US.
Worldwide, more than 78 million people have been confirmed to be infected and more than 1.7 million have died as of Wednesday afternoon, according to Johns Hopkins University. The exact number is certainly much higher, due to limited testing, different ways nations count dead and deliberate under-reporting by some governments.
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Michigan restaurants are Still fighting to resume indoor food, Which is prohibited by the state’s COVID-19 order, but Village. Gretchen Whitmer Hinted that some good news may be coming soon.
“My hope is that if people do what they do around Thanksgiving and don’t travel, and do the right thing and wear our gatherings one or two, maximum, and masks, that we will be in a strong position.” Said to move forward the first step of the year.
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The US added a second COVID-19 vaccine to its arsenal on Friday, 19 December, fueling efforts to kill back an outbreak that has the nation regularly recording more than 3,000 deaths per day.
The Food and Drug Administration, Modern Inc. And after authorizing an emergency rollout of the vaccine, developed by the National Institutes of Health, scheduled the much-needed dose on Monday.
Michigan government Gretchen Whitmer It has been announced that the state is revising its COVID-19 so that individuals can resume high school classes, reopen some indoor recreation spots, and allow non-contact outdoor sports and fitness classes.
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The state is Currently under a “break” that stricter COVID-19 regulations On restaurants, schools and more, but This order was to end on sunday (20 December).
Now, the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services has released a revised version of the order, which will remain in effect until January 15.
Here is what is open and closed under the order.
Here we are tracking the COVID-19 vaccine dose distributed per 1,000 residents in each Michigan county:
A new device created by Michigan Health Officer Can calculate how likely an individual is to receive COVID-19 and how severe their infection can be based on their life situation and personal behaviors.
Michigan Department of Health and Human Services Launched “CV19 Checkup” – a free, anonymous tool that assesses the risk of someone associated with COVID-19.
Click here to see the CV19 checkup tool online.
“This tool, which we will make available to all Michiganders, helps individuals understand their risks based on their living conditions and personal behavior, and to reduce those risks by connecting people to services when needed. Also provides recommendations, ”said Dr. Alexis Travis, Senior Deputy Director of the Aging and Adult Services Agency.
Travis said the tool can be used by all Michigan residents, but is specifically designed to help adults 60 and older. It is anonymous and does not require any type of name, email address or identifier.
The tool used artificial intelligence to analyze each individual through an online questionnaire. It is designed for those considered high-risk.
The device’s algorithms are powered by science and medicine, using data from Centers for Disease Control and Prevention And this World Health Organization.
Michigan COVID-19 Daily Reported Cases from December 1:
- 1 December – 5,793 new cases
- 2 December – 6,955 new cases
- 3 December – 7,146 new cases
- 4 December – 8,689 new cases
- 5 December – 6,004 new cases
- 6 December – 4,675 new cases
- 7 December – 4,675 new cases
- 8 December – 5,909 new cases
- 9 December – 4,905 new cases
- 10 December – 5,937 new cases
- 11 December – 5,157 new cases
- 12 December – 4,486 new cases
- 13 December – 3,602 new cases
- 14 December – 3,603 new cases
- 15 December – 4,730 new cases
- 16 December – 4,037 new cases
- 17 December – 4,024 new cases
- 18 December – 4,180 new cases
- 19 December – 3,896 new cases
- 20 December – 2,275 new cases
- 21 December – 2,276 new cases
- 22 December – 3,082 new cases
- 23 December – 3,443 new cases
Michigan COVID-19 reported daily deaths since December 1:
- 1 December – 190 new deaths (from 30 important records)
- 2 December – 81 new deaths.
- 3 December – 175 new deaths (112 from important records)
- 4 December – 81 new deaths.
- 5 December – 193 new deaths (145 from important records)
- 6 December – 46 new deaths.
- 7 December – 47 new deaths.
- 8 December – 191 new deaths.
- 9 December – 75 new deaths.
- 10 December – 182 new deaths (from 132 critical records)
- 11 December – 61 new deaths.
- 12 December – 206 new deaths (176 from important records)
- 13 December – 45 new deaths.
- 14 December – 45 new deaths.
- 15 December – 183 new deaths (71 from important records)
- 16 December – 83 new deaths.
- 17 December – 190 new deaths (125 from important records)
- 18 December – 66 new deaths.
- 19 December – 187 new deaths (155 from important records)
- 20 December – 35 new deaths
- 21 December – 36 new deaths.
- 22 December – 173 new deaths (72 significant records)
- 23 December – 70 new deaths.
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