Michigan Daily COVID Deaths: 12 On March 21, Versus 133 On Dec. 14
The most recent state of Michigan data on the number of deaths linked to COVID-19 indicates the current level is the lowest since late September.
On March 21, the state reported a rate of 12 deaths per day from COVID, using a seven-day average. This is the lowest rate since Sept. 29.
The first COVID-19 vaccine was administered in Michigan on Dec. 14. On that day, the seven-day average for Michigan COVID deaths was running at 133 per day.
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