Michigan at ‘High Risk’ of Outbreak According to Research Group Covid Act Now
The state of Michigan is now at a high risk of a coronavirus outbreak, according to a group of researchers at Covid Act Now.
The group of health experts evaluates each states risk level for coronavirus spread.
This is the first time Michigan has been moved to high risk since late July.
Right now, the infection rate is 1.12. That means for every coronavirus case, that person also infects an average of around 1.12 people.
That number was at about 1.06.