There are actually two plumes coming from Africa. One of them is over the Caribbean and it will eventually make its way north.
Paul Gross explains what to expect in Michigan as the dust plume heads north (watch above). Read more here.
The number of confirmed cases of the coronavirus (COVID-19) in Michigan has risen to 61,630 as of Tuesday, including 5,864 deaths, state officials report.
Tuesday’s update represents 221 new confirmed cases and 11 additional deaths. Monday’s total was 61,409 confirmed cases and 5,853 deaths.
New cases and deaths continue to remain flat in Michigan.
However, Hospitalizations are up slightly the past two days -- see the data here.
Testing has remained steady, with an average of more than 14,000 per day in the last two weeks.
Michigan has reported 49,290 COVID-19 recoveries. The state also reports “active cases,” which were listed at 6,200 as of Monday.
Here’s a look at the data in Michigan:
- View more: Michigan COVID-19 data
- View more: Tracking Michigan COVID-19 hospitalization data trends
- More: Reopening Michigan updates
- Whitmer says Michigan won’t move to phase 5 of reopening plan this week
- Driver leads police on high-speed chase with baby in Truck in Macomb County
- Michigan UIA: Unanswered unemployment claims to receive response by July 4
- Baptists and Walmart criticize rebel-themed Mississippi flag
- Fauci says ‘it will be when not if’ for a COVID-19 vaccine
- 2 Republicans opposed by Trump win in N. Carolina, Kentucky
- MLB to play 60-game season -- spring training starts next week, Opening Day in late July
- Detroit Lions leadership changes, but stays in Ford family