COVID-19

Michigan reports 465 new COVID cases

The state's average is still high after a week of high numbers.

After a week that saw two days with more than 1,000 new COVID-19 infections each, Monday was a relative relief. Just 465 people were confirmed to have contracted the virus.

The seven day moving average still sits at 747 new cases per day.

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Michigan reported just one new death from the coronavirus. The state is averaging about ten new deaths per day.

The majority of cases come from the usual high-population counties in the eastern part of the state: Macomb, Okland, and Wayne Counties.

Kalamazoo County health officials reported two new cases Monday. They also reported ten new cases Sunday and 19 new cases Saturday.

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