State sets record number of COVID cases for the second day in a row. Kalamazoo County’s positivity rate is higher than ever.
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Kalamazoo County has seen unprecedented numbers of COVID infections in the past few days. That suggests a spike in deaths in the next two weeks.
Twelfth Street Elementary has halted in-person classes until November 17 after three people tested positive for the coronavirus.
Kalamazoo County is also experiencing a record-breaking surge of new infections. WMU cases continue to decline.
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State hospitalizations surpass 2,000 as Kalamazoo hospitals’ COVID cases rise. The positivity rate passes 10%.