Michigan has offered hospitalization data, including inpatients, critical care patients and ventilator use for COVID-19 since April 12, 2020.
The number of COVID-19 hospital inpatients in Michigan has been steadily increasing since the beginning of July. However, the volume is far lower than it was in April when Michigan reported nearly 4,000 COVID-19 inpatients.
On July 21, Michigan reported 500 inpatients at hospitals, the highest number since June 4 (550). That number receded to 493 inpatients on July 22 and 481 on Friday, July 24.
On July 29, Michigan reported its lowest percentage of active cases hospitalized, at 2.67% percent.
Here’s a look at the state’s hospitalization trends -- if you are having trouble viewing the data go here.
Note: As of May 14, MDHHS only updates hospital data Monday through Friday, due to state furloughs.