November 30, 2021

Michigan reports 4,494 new COVID-19 cases, 90 deaths over last 2 days – Detroit Free Press

The Michigan health department reported 4,494 new COVID-19 cases and 90 deaths over the last two days, averaging 2,247 cases a day.

Of the 90 deaths, 36 were identified during a vital records review, which the department conducts three times a week.

Michigan now has a total of 951,192 confirmed cases and 20,347 deaths.

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The state had a positivity rate of 10.45% Tuesday, reporting that 3,225 of 30,779 diagnostic test results were positive.  

The state health department reported a a fatality rate of 2.1% among known cases.  

Michigan also has reported 114,479 probable COVID-19 cases and 1,300 probable deaths. The probable cases combined with confirmed cases make up a total of 1,065,671 cases and 21,616 deaths. 

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