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Update: Coronavirus Cases Top 2,000 in Michigan

(source: Alpha Media/Kayla Peake)

Michigan’s Coronavirus cases have passed the 2,000 mark. The latest numbers state health officials released Wednesday afternoon show there are 2,295 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Michigan. Fourty-four people have died from the virus.

There were nine cases in Saginaw County, six in Midland County and three in Bay County. Genesee County has 46 cases, while the city of Detroit has 705. The highest number of cases are in Wayne, Oakland and Macomb Counties. The state releases a count of Michigan COVID-19 cases each day at 2:00 p.m.

Here’s are the complete breakdown from the state website:

Overall Confirmed COVID-19 Cases by County
  County Cases Deaths
  Allegan 1
  Barry 1
  Bay 3
  Berrien 10
  Calhoun 6
  Charlevoix 4
  Chippewa 1
  Clare 1
  Clinton 6
  Detroit City 705 12
  Eaton 3
  Emmet 2
  Genesee 46
  Gladwin 2
  Grand Traverse 3
  Hillsdale 2
  Ingham 18
  Iosco 1
  Isabella 2
  Jackson 12
  Kalamazoo 5
  Kalkaska 2
  Kent 36 1
  Lapeer 1
  Leelanau 1
  Lenawee 1
  Livingston 16 1
  Luce 1
  Macomb 281 7
  Manistee 1
  Marquette 1
  Midland 6
  Monroe 18
  Montcalm 2
  Muskegon 3
  Newaygo 1
  Oakland 543 10
  Otsego 6
  Ottawa 16
  Roscommon 1
  Saginaw 9
  Sanilac 2
  St. Clair 10
  Tuscola 2
  Van Buren 2
  Washtenaw 72 3
  Wayne 417 9
  Wexford 1
  Out of State 7
  Total 2,295 43

City of Detroit and Wayne County are reported separately.

Overall Percentage of Cases by Sex

  Sex %
  Male 51%
  Female 49%

 

Percentage of Cases by Age
  Age %
  0 to 19 years 1%
  20 to 29 years 8%
  30 to 39 years 12%
  40 to 49 years 17%
  50 to 59 years 19%
  60 to 69 years 21%
  70 to 79 years 14%
  80+ years 8%

 

 


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