| Detroit Free Press
Since Saturday, the Michigan Department of Health has reported 4,536 new coronavirus cases, an average of 2,268. Thus, the total number of confirmed cases in the state is 523,61
47 COVID-19-related deaths were also confirmed on Monday. This brings the death toll in Michigan to 13,401.
Coronavirus cases in Michigan: Pandemic tracking
As of Sunday, Michigan has shipped 829,200 doses of the COVID-19 vaccine, and 233,095 doses have been vaccinated, accounting for 28.1% of those shipped.
Data from the state health department also included three new school-related outbreaks in Eaton, Ottawa and Chippewa counties, of which seven were reported by students and faculty.
Staff at Weymouth Elementary School in Charlotte, Eaton County reported three cases; Among the cases at Lake Superior State University Chippewa County, two students accounted for the case;
Of the 40,334 diagnostic tests reported on Tuesday, 3,211 had a positive result-a positive rate of 7.9%.
Monday’s report included 44,064 possible cases and 791 possible deaths, for a total of 567,682 cases and 14,192 deaths.