COVID-19

Half of Michiganders with COVID-19 have recovered

More than 28,000 people have passed 30 days since the beginning of symptoms.

More than half the people in Michigan who have been diagnosed with COVID-19 have recovered from the disease, according to an article on MLive.

Scientists qualify a recovery as someone who is still alive 30 days after the original onset of COVID-19 symptoms.

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More than 28,000 coronavirus-positive Michiganders, or about 56%, have reached or passed that milestone.

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