COVID May Be On The Run In Michigan
New daily case numbers plummeted from a 451 per million rate to 90 per million
A timeline showing the progress of the COVID-19 pandemic indicates the numbers are plummeting in Michigan. The figures represent the number of new confirmed positive results among individuals who tested on that day and are based on a seven-day average.
Dec. 14: The first COVID-19 vaccinations were given in Michigan.
451 cases out of one million
Jan. 16: The first COVID-19 variant case in Michigan is reported.
219 cases out of one million
Feb. 26: The latest data from the state of Michigan.
90 cases out of one million
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