Michigan has confirmed more than 75,000 COVID-19 cases overall

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Michigan has actually verified more than 75,000 COVID-19 cases because early MarchCraig Mauger
The Detroit NewsPublished 3:27 PM EDT Jul 22, 2020Lansing– The overall number of validated COVID-19 cases in Michigan moved previous 75,000 on Wednesday as the state reported 523 brand-new cases and 6 new deaths linked to the virus.The states overall case count reached 75,248 and the death toll struck 6,141, according to the daily report from the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services.After the virus peaked here in April, state health authorities have been keeping an eye on upticks in brand-new cases and the portion of COVID-19 tests bringing positive results in current weeks. The numbers of deaths and hospitalizations connected to the virus have actually remained reasonably low.As of Friday, the state Department of Health and Human Services listed 55,162 recoveries from COVID-19, people who are still alive 30 days after the onset of symptoms.Last week brought an 11-week high for brand-new cases with 4,232 new cases confirmed over the seven-day period. As of Wednesday, Michigan continued to rank 13th nationally for the number of COVID-19 cases and seventh for the number of deaths connected to the infection, according to tracking by Johns Hopkins [email protected] 3:27 PM EDT Jul 22, 2020This content was initially published here.