Michigan Coronavirus Cases Total 80, First Death Reported
March 18, 2020 2:22PM EDT
In a daily update on COVID-19 cases in Michigan, state health officials released new totals on Wednesday 3/18. Fifteen new cases have been reported in Michigan in the past 24 hours. In addition, the first coronavirus death has occured in Michigan. State officials said a man in his 50s who had COVID-19 has died at a Detroit-area hospital. Beaumont Health said the victim had the virus and other underlying health conditions.
The table below shows the number of cases by county that have been added:
The total number cases in Michigan now totals 80. The tables below break down locations and other information:
|0 to 19 years||3%|
|20 to 29 years||10%|
|30 to 39 years||16%|
|40 to 49 years||18%|
|50 to 59 years||14%|
|60 to 69 years||29%|
|70 to 79 years||8%|
You can find the lastest on COVID-19/coronavirus in Michigan at the following links: Michigan.gov/Coronavirus and CDC.gov/Coronavirus.