Michigan has lost 10 more people to the novel coronavirus and 685 more people tested positive for COVID-19, according to Thursday’s update from the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services.
Nine of these deaths were found later in a regular review to see if COVID-19 contributed to someone’s passing.
The state’s totals are now 6,519 confirmed deaths and 104,395 confirmed cases.
Michigan has a fatality rate of 6.2% among known cases.
The state continued to have a relatively steady positivity rate of 3.02%, reporting 977 out of 32,307 diagnostic test results returned Wednesday were positive.
According to the coronavirus tracker, counties that are seeing a higher rise in cases in the past two weeks are: Isabella, Kent, Ottawa, Clinton, Shiawassee, Ingham, Calhoun, Jackson, Lenawee, and Branch.
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The state has reported 272 probable COVID-19 deaths and 10,847 probable cases.
The probable cases combined with the confirmed cases make for a cumulative total of 6,791 deaths and 115,242 cases.
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Nisa Khan is a data intern for the Detroit Free Press. Contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org and follow her on Twitter @mnisakhan.