Detroit -By Wednesday, the confirmed cases of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) in Michigan had increased to 469,928, including 11,775 deaths.
Wednesday’s update includes 3443 new cases and 70 additional deaths. On Tuesday, the state reported 466,485 confirmed cases and 11,705 deaths.
- According to its website, the state will not provide updated COVID-19 numbers during Christmas. The last update was on December 23, and the next update was on Saturday, December 26.
As of Wednesday, the seven-day average of new COVID cases in Michigan dropped to 3,311. As of Wednesday, there were approximately 173,400 active cases of COVID-19 in the state.
The hospitalization rate began to decline in December. As of Wednesday, Michigan State Hospital had 3,086 COVID patients, including 738 in intensive care.
According to data from Johns Hopkins University, as of Wednesday afternoon, more than 18 million COVID cases have been reported across the country. In the United States, more than 329,000 people have died from the virus.
According to data from Johns Hopkins University, as of Wednesday afternoon, 78 million people have been confirmed to have been infected and 1.7 million people have died. The real number must be much higher because of the limited testing and different countries in which the dead are counted. Some governments have deliberately underestimated this number.
view: Track COVID-19 vaccine doses in each Michigan
view: Tracking Coronavirus Cases, School Outbreak in Michigan
Restaurants in Michigan Still working to restore indoor dining, Banned by the state’s COVID-19 directive, but Governor Gretchen Whitmer Hints that some good news may come soon.
“My hope is that if people do what they don’t do around Thanksgiving, do the right thing and reduce our gatherings to one or two families, and at most they can only wear masks, then we will be in a strong position. Whitmer said.
Read more here.
The United States added a second COVID-19 vaccine to its arsenal on Friday, December 19, thereby stepping up its fight against the epidemic, so that the country regularly records more than 3,000 deaths every day.
After the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved the emergency launch of the vaccine developed by Moderna Inc. and the National Institutes of Health, a large dose will be required on Monday.
Michigan State Government Gretchen Whitmer Announcing that the state will amend its COVID-19 order to resume face-to-face high school classes, reopen certain indoor entertainment venues and allow non-contact outdoor sports and fitness classes.
More: This is all content reopened under Michigan’s revised COVID-19 order
Status is Currently in a “suspended” state and has formulated stricter COVID-19 regulations In restaurants, schools, etc. The order was originally scheduled to expire on Sunday (December 20).
Now, the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services has issued a revised version of the order, which will take effect on January 15.
This is the warehouse receipt of the open and unsettled orders under the order.
Here, we are tracking the COVID-19 vaccine doses distributed per 1,000 residents in every county in Michigan:
New tool created Michigan State Health Officer The likelihood of a person getting COVID-19 and the severity of the infection can be calculated based on their living conditions and personal behavior.
of Michigan Department of Health and Human Services Launched “CV19 CheckUp”-a free anonymous tool to assess someone’s risk related to COVID-19.
Click here to access the CV19 CheckUp tool online.
Dr. Alexis Travis said: “We will provide this tool to all Michigan residents. This tool can help individuals understand their risks based on their living conditions and personal behaviors, and provide suggestions to reduce these risks, and will Connect with services,” Senior Deputy Director of the Bureau of Aged and Adult Services.
Travis said the tool can be used by all residents of Michigan, but it is specifically for adults over 60. It is anonymous and does not require a name, email address or any type of identifier.
The tool uses artificial intelligence to analyze everyone through online questionnaires. It is designed for those who are considered high risk.
The algorithm of the tool is driven by science and medicine, using Centers for Disease Prevention and Control with World Health Organization.
Daily reported cases of COVID-19 in Michigan since December 1
- December 1-5,793 new cases
- December 2-6,955 new cases
- December 3-7,146 new cases
- December 4-8,689 new cases
- December 5-6,004 new cases
- December 6-4,675 new cases
- December 7-4,675 new cases
- December 8-5,909 new cases
- December 9-4,905 new cases
- December 10-5,937 new cases
- December 11-5,157 new cases
- December 12-4,486 new cases
- December 13-3,602 new cases
- December 14-3,603 new cases
- December 15-4,730 new cases
- December 16-4,037 new cases
- December 17-4,024 new cases
- December 18-4,180 new cases
- December 19-3,896 new cases
- December 20-2,275 new cases
- December 21-2,276 new cases
- December 22-3,082 new cases
- December 23-3,443 new cases
Since December 1st, COVID-19 in Michigan has reported daily deaths.
- December 1-190 new deaths (30 important records)
- December 2-81 new deaths
- December 3-175 new deaths (112 cases in the life record)
- December 4-81 new deaths
- December 5-193 new deaths (145 important records)
- December 6-46 new deaths
- December 7-47 new deaths
- December 8-191 new deaths
- December 9-75 new deaths
- December 10-182 new deaths (132 in the life record)
- December 11-61 new deaths
- December 12-206 new deaths (176 cases in the life record)
- December 13-45 new deaths
- December 14-45 new deaths
- December 15-183 new deaths (71 important records)
- December 16-83 new deaths
- December 17-190 new deaths (125 in the life record)
- December 18-66 new deaths
- December 19-187 new deaths (155 in the life record)
- December 20-35 new deaths
- December 21-36 new deaths
- December 22-173 new deaths (72 important records)
- December 23-70 new deaths
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