State reports 477 new COVID infections, 15 deaths

The state's seven day average is 701 new cases per day.

Michigan health officials reported 477 new cases of COVID-19 on Tuesday – the second day in a row with fewer than 500 new cases.

After a week that had two days of more than 1,000 new cases, the state’s seven day moving average is still relatively high with 701 new cases per day.

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Officials reported 15 deaths from the coronavirus. Seven of those deaths were discovered during a routine review of previous death records.

In a bright spot, 34 of the state’s 83 counties reported no new cases of COVID-19 Tuesday.

As of this writing Kalamazoo County had not reported its coronavirus numbers for Tuesday.

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