Michigan health officials reported 1,156 new coronavirus cases on Saturday, February 27, with 68 deaths.
Of the deaths, 62 were confirmed through routine inspection of death certificates, and no deaths have occurred in the past 24 hours.
Compared to the overall test, the percentage of positive cases has remained stable over the past few days. As of Friday, based on 35,949 tests, the ratio was 3.38%.
State health leaders said that the ratio of less than 3% is a good indicator that the spread of the virus is under control.
As of Saturday, the state has recorded 587,581
The state reports statistics on the coronavirus recovery once a week.
As of Friday, 541,258 pieces have been recovered. Rehabilitation is considered to be a person who is still alive 30 days after the onset of COVID-19 symptoms.
The latest data on hospitalization shows that there are 824 suspected or confirmed COVID-19 in Michigan hospitals, and 195 in the intensive care unit. About a week ago, on February 19, there were a total of 843 patients, of which there were 217 patients in the ICU.
As of Friday, 2.13 million doses of the coronavirus vaccine have been administered. This includes approximately 1.36 million doses of the first dose and 774,000 doses of the second dose.
Pfizer and Moderna recommend two injections every two weeks.
For more statewide data, please visit MLive’s Coronavirus Data page.
To find a test site near you, check the state’s online test finder here, send an email to COVID19@michigan.gov, or call 888-535 between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. on weekdays -6136.
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