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Apart from this, the total number of cases in the state is 144,897 and the total number of deaths is 7,010. 15 of the deaths recorded on Saturday were linked to critical record reviews.
In the past week, there were 10,241 confirmed viruses in Michigan. The seven-day average for daily new cases is now 1,463. The previous highest seven-day average was April 5–11, when it was 1,395. There were 9,768 confirmed cases that week.
The daily increase is accelerating to generate Michigan’s biggest month for new cases since April, when the state had the virus at its peak. The daily average for new cases has increased every month since June.
Michigan set a new daily record for reported coronovirus cases with 2,030 that would answer questions from state officials on Thursday over fears of a possible second wave. The state also added more than 2,000 cases on Friday.
While some of the COVID-19 cases were disclosed on Thursday from the previous day and their reporting was delayed due to a processing problem, the average for new cases in Michigan reached its highest point since early April seven. Gone.
Virus-linked deaths and hospitalizations are also trending upward, but they remain below during the initial COVID-19 peak here in spring.
“You may not see an increase in hospitals and deaths yet because it depends a lot on what age group to achieve,” said Nigel Penneth, professor of epidemiology at Michigan State University. “But it doesn’t live that way.
“(Infected people) go to the store, the next thing you know, some older people get infected – and no older person does it. Young people die. It happens.”
Prior to this week, Michigan had not experienced a week with at least two days when 30 or more new deaths occurred in early June. Thirty deaths were revealed on Tuesday.
Cases of hospitalization tied to the virus are also increasing. Health care facilities are concerned about the effects of the flu and coronovirus potentially making people sick and testing medical capacity.
As of Thursday, 1,017 adults in Michigan were hospitalized with suspected or confirmed COVID-19 cases, an 80% increase from 564 hospitalizations reported a month earlier.
As of last week, 104,271 people were considered “recovered”.
Michigan Department of Health and Human Services spokesman Lyn Sutfin said state health officials were aware of a “slowdown” in lab processing that began Tuesday, causing delays in processing some entries in the state’s disease surveillance system.
As a result, Thursday’s report showed some data that would have been typically included on Wednesday, Sutfin said.
“We know that case numbers are rising across the state, which is why we urge all mixiganders to take precautions against COVID-19, including wearing masks, social disturbances, washing hands and being ill at home Stay out of the house. “
The number of virus outbreaks was also updated on Monday to include the reported virus on 8 October.
Schools in Michigan have recorded 26 new outbreaks as of Monday. Of the outbreaks, 18 were in K-12 schools. See an updated list of online school outbreaks.
Across the state, Michigan has 123 Outbreak, which is defined as two or more cases with a link to place and time outside a home indicating a shared risk.