Here is the latest Michigan news from The Associated Press at 5:40 p.m. EDT

LANSING, Mich. (AP) — Michigan officials are reporting five deaths and 252 new confirmed cases of coronavirus in the state. The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services on Sunday reported the total number of confirmed COVID-19 cases has reached 63,261, with a death toll of 5,912. The Health Department is reporting about 51,000 patients confirmed sick with the coronavirus have recovered as of Friday, up 1,809 from the previous week. The state also reports 6,685 probable cases and 246 probable deaths.

DETROIT (AP) — Students at Michigan’s public universities are registering for summer courses online at record rates, marking an unexpected windfall for several schools strapped for cash due to the coronavirus pandemic. According to data shared with the Detroit Free Press, nine of 10 institutions projected a year-over-year growth in summer enrollment, with two-thirds of these schools anticipating a boost of at least 4% for one or more of their summer periods. Michigan Medicine statistician John Poe, who teaches graduate-oriented summer courses for the Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research, said he is “pleasantly surprised” by students’ engagement in the virtual setting.

MUNSTER, Ind. (AP) — Dealerships in northern Indiana that sell recreational vehicles are seeing a surge in demand for RVs as people eye summer road trips with their families in place of air travel and cruises amid the coronavirus pandemic. Darryl Searer is president of the RV Museum and Hall of Fame. He says RV manufacturers in Elkhart southern Michigan have worked extensively to fulfill orders for customers tired of being stuck at home. He added that the RV industry saw record sales last month at dealerships in Wisconsin, Missouri, Colorado and Arizona.

DETROIT (AP) — Free parking ends Monday in Detroit. Mayor Mike Duggan said parking enforcers will be back on the streets for the first time since the coronavirus outbreak in March. At $45, a parking meter violation isn’t cheap. Detroit has more than 2,000 metered spaces, with many of them downtown and in the popular New Center and Midtown areas. Detroit residents who park too long or don’t pay to park can get a 50% discount if a ticket is paid within five days. The city had estimated $12 million a year in revenue from parking fines, although that’s likely to be lower.