Michigan Health Officials Report 40,692 Coronavirus Cases, 259 Deaths
Michigan health officials are reporting 40,692 coronavirus cases and 259 deaths since Wednesday.
According to the MDHHS, between Thursday and Friday, the average number of new cases per day is 20,346.
Additionally, they say 136 of the 259 deaths reported Friday were identified during a review of vital records.
In total, Michigan has had 1,636,611 confirmed coronavirus cases, and 27,822 total confirmed covid-related deaths.
As of Tuesday, 5,427,813 Michiganders ages five and older have been fully vaccinated against the coronavirus.
As of Wednesday, 6,637,463 Michiganders ages 16 and older have received at least one dose of the coronavirus vaccine.
According to Frontline UPdates, 586 adult patients were admitted to hospitals across the state Friday.
They say 62% of hospital admissions were unvaccinated or partially vaccinated, while 38% were fully vaccinated.
You can find a breakdown of patients per age group below:
- Pediatric: 29
- 18-19: 6
- 20-29: 46
- 30-39: 40
- 40-49: 52
- 50-59: 98
- 60-69: 115
- 70-79: 107
- 80+: 93
Currently, 4,412 adult patients and 110 pediatric patients are hospitalized due to the virus.
Of those 4,412 adult patients, 835 are occupying beds in the ICU. Of those 835 patients, 541 are currently on ventilators in the ICU with the coronavirus.
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