(FOX 2) – Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer told FOX 2 Tuesday morning that 118 people had died of COVID-19 in the last 24 hours and 1,749 others had been diagnosed with the virus.
This is the highest increase in deaths, beating 110 previously set on Monday.
As of Tuesday afternoon, Michigan had a total of 845 COVID-19 related deaths and 18,970 confirmed cases, the third highest in the country behind New York and New Jersey.
The state has not released figures at Michigan.gov, which takes place at 3 pm. every day.
Governor Whitmer told FOX 2, Roop Raj in a zoom interview that we were in a dramatic dramatic case and said that the order ‘Stay Home, Stay Safe’ was functioning.
FOX 2 works to edit interviews with Governor Whitmer and we will get more from him at 5 pm. in FOXdetroit.com/live.
MONDAY, APRIL 6
Monday is Michigan’s highest daily total death toll from COVID-19 to 110 deaths. The country also has 1,503 new confirmed cases.
The only new area that reported a new positive case on Monday was Presque Isle District. Otsego and Saginaw districts reported their first deaths.
As Dr. Joneigh Khaldun, state medical executive, said in a press conference earlier this morning, clearly now the country continues to see more than 1,000 new cases every day. Much of that can be attributed to the expansion of testing capabilities.
“The testing capacity has grown significantly, even in the past 10 days,” Said Khaldun. “On March 25, Michigan reported around 9,000 cumulative tests for the corona virus. Ten days later, on April 4, we reported more than 40,000 cumulative tests. At least 15 laboratories in the state can now run this test as opposed to one about a month ago, our state laboratory. “
“Based on our preliminary data, we see it [the virus] “It seems to have an impact on the larger minority population, with 33% of cases and 40% of deaths occurring in African-Americans,” Dr. Khaldun earlier on Monday.
Michigan has also recently begun to release data to show cases by race and ethnicity, the only state in the country to do it.
“We do not fully understand the scope of how COVID-19 impacts each community and we will continue to track and analyze this data,” added Dr. Khaldun
WEEK, APRIL 5
77 other deaths were reported and 1,493 new cases were confirmed on Sunday, April 5. Michigan now has 617 deaths and 15,718 cases of coronavirus.
SATURDAY, APRIL 4
The State of Michigan confirmed 61 deaths from the coronavirus COVID-19, and 1,481 new cases. That brings the total to almost 14,225 cases and 540 deaths.
FRIDAY, APRIL 3
Another 62 deaths from COVID-19 have been confirmed in Michigan by the state, as well as 1,953 other cases.
The country totaled almost 12,744 cases and 479 deaths.
Only one county, Presque Isle, confirmed the first case of coronavirus. Calhoun and Dickinson Counties each reported their first death from COVID-19.
THURSDAY, APRIL 2
The State of Michigan reports 80 more deaths than Covid-19 coronavirus, and 1,457 other cases have been confirmed.
That brings the total to almost 10,800 cases and 417 deaths.
Dickinson County reported its first case on Thursday, and the Clinton, Eaton, Grand Traverse and Van Buren areas reported their first deaths.
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 1
The State of Michigan confirmed 78 others died from coronavirus and 1,719 other cases were confirmed Wednesday.
Only one new county in Michigan has a new case, Mackinac County. Macomb County jumped 200, Oakland rose 500 and Detroit / Wayne County increased by more than 700 cases.
All the states of Emmet, Ingham and Sanilac reported deaths related to their first corona virus. Oakland County reports 29 new deaths and Wayne has 63 new deaths.
TUESDAY, MARCH 31
On Tuesday, the state reported 1,117 more cases, bringing the total to 7,615. 75 other deaths were reported, bringing the total to 259.
The case was confirmed for the first time in the countries of Arenac, Branch, Chippewa, Oscoda and Schoolcraft. Berrien, Cass and Kalkaska districts also reported their first deaths.
MONDAY, 30 MARCH
More than a thousand new cases were confirmed on Monday, March 30 – 1,012 to be exact, so that the number of states is only slightly from 6,500. 52 other deaths were reported, bringing the total to 184.
New cases reported in Antrim, Delta, Houghton, and St. Joseph. Kalamazoo District reported its first death.
WEEK, MARCH 29
Another 836 cases of the new corona virus were confirmed Sunday, March 29, along with 21 other deaths, bringing the total to 5,486 cases and 132 deaths.
Earlier this week, cases in Michigan reached 1,300 on Monday, showing how the cases had become exponentially bigger – but that was also a sign that testing was becoming more available in the areas worst hit by southeast Michigan.
New cases were reported today in the districts of Cheboygan and Osceola. The first deaths were also reported in the Hillsdale, Isabella and Jackson regions.
SATURDAY, MARCH 28
The state reported 993 new cases of the corona virus and 19 other deaths on Saturday, March 28, skyrocketing the total number of infected people in the state to 4,650.
A total of 111 deaths were reported. Detroit leads the state with 30 deaths amid 1,377 total cases.
FRIDAY, MARCH 27
The country reported 801 more cases on Friday, March 27 and 32 other deaths.
Five countries reported their first case on Friday: Crawford, Dickinson, Gogebic, Gratiot and Huron. Gogebic Regency also reported its first death.
THURSDAY, MARCH 26
Michigan reported 564 new corona virus cases and 17 other deaths on Thursday, March 26, bringing the already high number of corona virus cases in the state to 2,856 and a total of 60 deaths.
The following countries confirmed their first death from the virus: Genessee (63 cases, 1 death), Mecosta (1 case, 1 death), and Tuscola (2 cases, 1 death).
Seven new districts confirm cases: Cass, Ionia, Mecosta, Missaukee, Oceana, Shiawassee, and Van Buren. This virus now exists in almost every county in the Lower Peninsula but only one county in the US. – Marquette.
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 25
Michigan reported 507 new cases of the corona virus and 19 new deaths on Wednesday, March 25 because the number of confirmed tests continued to increase at a rapid rate bringing the total state to 2,298. The official state death toll is also now 43.
Livingston County has also reported its first death from the virus.
Among the districts that now have cases are Marquette and Luce.
STAY HOME ORDER
Two weeks, Governor Whitmer said he was anticipating extend residential orders to last longer than the original end date of April 12.
“We are not yet close to the summit. We have not reached that and until we do it is very important that we continue to be aggressive so I will anticipate possible additional orders next week,” he said.
You can get more details about what can and cannot be done based on residential orders here.
For most people, coronavirus causes mild or moderate symptoms, such as fever and cough that disappear in two to three weeks. Older adults and people with existing health problems are among those who are prone to more severe diseases, including pneumonia. Most people recover.
To protect yourself, wash your hands well and often and keep them away from your face. And if you go public to buy staples or recipes, it is recommended that you wear some kind of face covering. Asymptomatic people can spread the disease unknowingly.
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