GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) — Michigan has reported 1,791 more coronavirus cases Saturday and 23 deaths — 15 of those from a vital records review.
The latest data brings the total number of positive cases to 144,897 and 7,010 deaths since the virus was first detected in Michigan in mid-March.
Since the virus was first detected in Michigan, the state says 109,539 people have recovered from the virus.
Of the 23 deaths reported Saturday, four were in West Michigan. Kalamazoo County recorded one more death for a total of 96. It has had 3,324 (69 more than the previous day). Muskegon County recorded two more deaths for a total of 76. It has had 1,728 cases (15 more). Ottawa County recorded two more deaths for a total of 67. It has had 4,085 cases (52 more).
Kent County confirmed 11,448 cases (144 more) and no new deaths.
In Wayne County, where the virus has hit hardest in the state, there were 150 more cases for a total of 35,114 since the start of the outbreak. It has had 2,854 deaths (four more than the previous day). Oakland County has had 18,418 cases (122 more). It has had 1,175 deaths (two more). Macomb County has had 15,932 cases (113 more) and recorded four more deaths for a total of 1,010.
If you have symptoms of COVID-19 or have been exposed to someone who has it, health officials want you to get tested. You can find a testing site near you at Michigan.gov/coronavirustest.