The number of confirmed cases of the coronavirus (COVID-19) in Michigan has risen to 889,001 as of Wednesday, including 19,209 deaths, state officials report.
Wednesday’s update includes a total of 420 new cases and 33 additional deaths.
Testing has been steady around 30,000 diagnostic tests reported per day on average, with the 7-day positive rate below 4% as of Wednesday, the lowest in several weeks. Hospitalizations have declined over the last several weeks.
The state’s 7-day moving average for daily cases was 412 on Wednesday -- the lowest in several weeks. The 7-day death average was 24 on Wednesday. The state’s fatality rate is 2.2%. The state also reports “active cases,” which were listed at 51,600 on Wednesday. More than 818,000 have recovered in Michigan.
Michigan has reported more than 8.2 million doses of the COVID-19 vaccine administered as of Tuesday, with 59.1% of 16+ residents having received at least one dose while 49% of 16+ residents are considered fully vaccinated.
According to Johns Hopkins University, more than 33.2 million cases have been reported in the U.S., with more than 594,000 deaths reported from the virus. Globally, more than 1.9 billion vaccine doses have been administered, including more than 294 million doses in the U.S. alone.
Worldwide, more than 170 million people have been confirmed infected and more than 3.5 million have died, according to Johns Hopkins University. The true numbers are certainly much higher, because of limited testing, different ways nations count the dead and deliberate under-reporting by some governments.
New daily Michigan COVID-19 totals since May 20:
- May 20 -- 1,372 new cases
- May 21 -- 1,132 new cases
- May 22 -- 1,013 new cases
- May 24 -- 1,378 new cases (case count for two days)
- May 25 -- 739 new cases
- May 26 -- 799 new cases
- May 27 -- 542 new cases
- May 28 -- 614 new cases
- June 1 -- 862 new cases (3-day total)
- June 2 -- 420 new cases
Latest COVID-19 data in Michigan:
- Full coverage: Coronavirus in Michigan
Here are Michigan COVID-19 cases broken down by gender (view here if you’re not seeing the table):