30% of Michigan residents have received 1 COVID vaccine dose: Inside the data
DETROIT – Michigan has crossed another COVID-19 vaccination milestone: 30% of residents have received at least one vaccine dose. According to MDHHS data, as of Thursday (March 25), 30.3% of Michigan residents have received at least one dose, while 17.4% are fully vaccinated. About 3.8 million doses have been administered in total. Nearly 2/3 of Michigan residents 65 and older have received at least one dose, while about 40% are fully vaccinated. As for specific vaccines, 1.9 million doses from Pfizer, 1.7 million from Moderna, and about 68,000 doses from Johnson and Johnson have been administered in Michigan.
MHA: Younger age groups driving rise in Michigan COVID-19 hospitalizations
Michigan’s COVID-19 hospitalizations are on the rise again -- but data shows it’s younger age groups who are driving the increase. Inpatient data collected by the Michigan Health & Hospital Association (MHA) shows hospitalizations increased by 633% for adults ages 30-39 and by 800% for adults ages 40-49. (MHA)Groups under the age of 50 are among the lowest vaccinated groups in Michigan right now as eligibility expands for the 16 and older groups. AdMore: Tracking Michigan COVID-19 hospitalization data trends“Michigan is making progress at ultimately defeating the COVID-19 pandemic through increasing vaccination rates, but the war is not yet over,” said MHA Chief Medical Officer Gary Roth, DO. While you wait your turn for your safe and effective vaccine, mask up, practice social distancing and wash your hands.”AdDeeper dive: Special COVID-19 data section
Tracking COVID-19 vaccination progress in the US
A health worker prepares a dose of the China's Sinopharm vaccine during the start of the vaccination campaign against the COVID-19 at the Health Ministry in Dakar, Senegal, Tuesday, Feb. 23, 2021. (AP Photo/Leo Correa)Millions of coronavirus vaccinations are being administered throughout the United States each day. LOCAL: Michigan COVID-19 vaccinations: How to find appointments, info on phasesIn the maps below, we’re keeping track of:The percentage of a state’s population that has received a first COVID-19 vaccine doseThe number of total COVID-19 vaccine doses administered in each state so farTo see specific numerical data for each individual state, you can hover your mouse over the state in the maps below. For the latest U.S. vaccine distribution and administration data, visit the CDC’s website right here. More: Coronavirus news; COVID-19 data
How does Michigan’s COVID vaccination progress compare to other states?
Screenshot of a U.S. map color coded to signify each state's COVID vaccination progress as of Feb. 27, 2021Millions of coronavirus vaccinations are being administered throughout the United States each day, and thousands of those shots are being given to Michiganders every day. LOCAL: Michigan COVID-19 vaccinations: How to find appointments, info on phasesSo, how does Michigan’s COVID-19 vaccination progress compare to other states’ progress? For the latest U.S. vaccine distribution and administration data, visit the CDC’s website right here. AdFor the latest vaccine distribution and administration data in Michigan specifically, visit the state’s COVID-19 Vaccine Dashboard right here. More: Coronavirus news; COVID-19 data
Tracking total COVID deaths per state on March 20, 2021
Of the world’s 2.7 million COVID deaths, more than 20 percent have taken place in the United States as of March 20, according to data from Johns Hopkins University. Each week, we’ll provide an update on each state’s total number of COVID-19 deaths and how they compare to other states. LOCAL: Coronavirus in Michigan: Here’s what to know March 20, 2021Below is the total coronavirus death count for each state in the U.S. on March 20, 2021. As of March 20 at 12:26 p.m., the total number of confirmed COVID-19 deaths in the United States is 541,259 -- the highest in the world. More: Global COVID: Tracking countries with the most virus cases, deaths on March 20, 2021
Tracking total COVID cases per state on March 20, 2021
(AP Photo/Charlie Riedel, File)More than 24% of the world’s 122 million confirmed COVID cases are from the United States as of March 20, according to data from Johns Hopkins University. Each week, we’ll provide an update on each state’s total number of COVID cases and how they compare to other states. LOCAL: Coronavirus in Michigan: Here’s what to know March 20, 2021Below is the total coronavirus case count for each state in the U.S. on March 20, 2021. Note: JHU has not provided data for active COVID cases in the U.S. for the last two weeks. More: Global COVID: Tracking countries with the most virus cases, deaths on March 20, 2021COVID-19 cases and deaths have been broken down by county in each individual state by Johns Hopkins University and can be viewed here.
Global COVID: Tracking countries with the most virus cases, deaths on March 20, 2021
Doctors from the Amerikan Hastanesi hospital in Istanbul and local medical staff taking care for patients in the COVID-19 ward at a the General Hospital in the capital Sarajevo, Bosnia, Thursday, March 18, 2021. As Bosnia faces soaring coronavirus infections and rapidly-filling hospitals, two doctors from Turkey have arrived in Sarajevo to help and offer their insight in the treatment of COVID-19. Bosnia is seeing a huge rise in infections and hospitalizations after a period of relaxed measures and the winter season that saw ski resorts staying open unlike in most of Europe. (AP Photo)(Copyright 2021 The Associated Press. All rights reserved.)
Michigan has highest COVID infection rate in US, data shows
A screenshot of Covid Act Now's map of the U.S. with states color-coded according to their "Covid Risk Level." -- March 18, 2020Michigan’s coronavirus infection rate is currently the worst in the country, according to recent data. Now, data from research group Covid Act Now shows that many states are in far better condition as of March 2021, including Michigan. As conditions improve across parts of the country, Michigan now has the highest coronavirus infection rate of any state. The state’s infection rate is considered “high” by Covid Act Now.
Michigan COVID data shows troubling trends: Should we be worried?
(AP Photo/Morry Gash, Pool, File)Michigan’s COVID-19 data is showing some red flags as the race to vaccinate picks up steam - a look at the data. (This first appeared in the Morning Report Newsletter -- sign up for it here)Looking at the COVID-19 data in Michigan right now, it’s a bit concerning. This is a BIG data point to watch -- if cases swing up again, but hospitalizations don’t follow, it will tell us a lot about the demographic spreading COVID right now. These two age groups far outpace other age groups in hospitalizations, severe COVID-19 cases and deaths. (As always, you can track COVID-19 data with us right here.