COVID-19 in Michigan: Confirmed cases now at 2,295 and 43 deaths

Michigan health officials reported 507 new cases of coronavirus disease 2019 on Wednesday, bringing the total to 2,295.

The new cases included:

  • Bay County: one case
  • Berrien County: two cases
  • Calhoun County: two cases
  • Charlevoix County: one case
  • Clinton County: one case
  • Detroit City: 142 cases
  • Genesee County: 12 cases
  • Hillsdale County: one case
  • Ingham County: three cases
  • Iosco County: one case
  • Jackson County: six cases
  • Kalamazoo County: two cases
  • Kalkaska County: one case
  • Kent County: five cases
  • Lenawee County: three cases
  • Livingston County: three cases
  • Luce County: one case
  • Macomb County: 56 cases
  • Marquette County: one case
  • Midland County: one case
  • Monroe County: six cases
  • Montcalm County: one case
  • Oakland County: 115 cases
  • Otsego County: one case
  • Ottawa County: one case
  • Saginaw County: one case
  • Sanilac County: two cases
  • St. Clair County: two cases
  • Tuscola County: one case
  • Van Buren County: two cases
  • Washtenaw County: 22 cases
  • Wayne County: 107 cases
  • Out of State: one case

The state reports that 43 people in Michigan have died from COVID-19.

The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services is providing updates daily, about 2 p.m., on the status of COVID-19 in the state.

Van Buren County Health officials said Wednesday that the county has its first confirmed case of COVID-19.

On Monday, Gov. Gretchen Whitmer issued a Michigan-wide stay-at-home order.

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