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Cristi A. Shen, ScD 2 ,3 View author affiliations. Public health response measures to mitigate the pandemic have centered on social distancing and quarantine policies, including shelter-in-place and stay-at-home orders.

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Deaths attributed to the virus have not risen in Michigan, but they can typically lag weeks after surges. For the past week, 7 percent of coronavirus tests have come back positive, up from 6 percent a week ago and 4. Still, hospitalizations have jumped considerably with more than new COVID patients reported in hospitals across the state on Wednesday. The tallies came the same day the U. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reversed course and recommended that Americans — even those who are fully vaccinated — wear masks indoors in areas with high transmission rates.

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On Tuesday, Michigan also added 1, cases over the last four days, or an average of cases a day, pushing the total since the start of the pandemic toOfficials also added 19 deaths, including 15 from a review of past death records, bringing the total to 19, linked to COVID in Michigan. Around the nation, parents have packed school board meetings and fired off messages to school boards demanding or protesting againstmask mandates.

Most have low inoculation rates. COVID case rates and hospitalizations continue to rise in Michigan, though still nowhere at the peak levels that overwhelmed the state this spring and last fall. Even so, the rise is not as steep as the increases seen in Florida, Texas and other southern states that are experiencing the highest case counts ever recorded in those states. Michigan added 1, COVID cases Tuesday over the past four days, pushing the seven-day daily average to and bringing the statewide total tosince the pandemic began.

On Friday, the seven-day rolling average of confirmed COVID cases reached a day, as the state added 2, confirmed cases over the past three days, or about per day. The new cases bumped the rolling, seven-day average of new infections to a day, a case average not seen since May 25, when Michigan slid off its spring COVID surge, hitting a rolling average of cases a day. In Michigan, the spring surge and winter surges were far worse.

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Even the deer test positive in Michigan. Last updated: Thursday, Aug. For more interactive maps and charts, see the Michigan Coronavirus Dashboardshowing vaccine distribution information, case s, locations, deaths and demographics. The state added another 19 deaths, including 10 from a review of death records, pushing the total to 19, Related: CDC recommends masks in 11 Michigan counties.

Variants of concern are those that are believed more transmissible than the original coronavirus that tore through Michigan last spring. The decision follows the recommendation by the American Hospital Association as well as the American Medical Association and dozens of other medical associations. Positive test had remained low — at 2 percent or below — throughout the last three weeks of June and the first week of July. While cases remain low, experts continue to monitor the Delta coronavirus variant, which is surging cases elsewhere and which a World Health Organization official this week said is the most transmissible.

At the time, Michigan was exiting its third wave of cases.

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And while hospitalizations remained low compared to earlier waves, and climbed to from on Friday. It had dropped to 1 percent on June Michigan added 2, COVID cases and 26 deaths over the past four days on Tuesday, as the of cases linked to the Delta variant continues to rise. The increase comes as cases are rising nationwide, but remain low compared to earlier in the pandemic.

The rate has had an incrementally small, but undeniable, increase, since late June, when positivity rates dipped as low as 1 percent from a high of The last time positivity rates were that high was May 21, when 5. Since the pandemic began, there have been 19, confirmed COVID deaths and another 1, probable ones. Metro Detroit is now at about 12 cases per , up from seven the week before. The totals mean the state is averaging cases per day, just one week after it was again per day.

Related: CDC recommends indoor mask use. Detroit and its three surrounding counties ed for 55 of the Delta cases, and Branch County — which has the highest case count overall in the state now — ed for 12 Delta cases.

The state averaged 7, daily cases. Related: Michigan GOP school board members lose vote to discourage masks in class. The case average has dropped a hair from Friday and remains far below the 7, daily peak on April But cases have crept up since hitting a low of on June Michigan, which is reporting data twice a week, aged added another 14 deaths for the last four-day period, but all came from a review of death records.

The s rose as Michigan Michigan Monday reported 2, new cases over the past three days for a daily average of The trend shows the potency dating the Delta variant, which public health officials say is nearly twice as contagious as the original virus and which is predominantly infecting those who have not been vaccinated. People infected with the virus carry more of it than those infected with other variants of the virus. The vaccination rate in Michigan has slowed ificantly, as just under 60 percent among those 16 and older have received an initial dose.

Higher positivity rates are associated with broader community spread of the virus.

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The increases have prompted some employers to reinstate mask mandates, while Michigan State University, University of Michigan and Wayne State University have announced they will require vaccines for on-campus students and staff — Robin Erb.

The Tuesday order follows new guidance from the U. They do not include the four counties in metro Detroit, but the s have increased quickly. Still, the s might be increasing, too, because more samples are being submitted for testing, according to state health spokesperson Chelsea Wuth.

They include Dr. An infectious disease expert at Beaumont Health, Sims found masks among health care workers early in the pandemic — and before masks were universally required — ificantly reduced the transmission of COVID. The increase has triggered a surge in hospitalizations, with the state reporting confirmed or suspected coronavirus patients in hospitals statewide, up 42 percent from on Friday. Additionally, it appears to be being spread even by people who are vaccinated against the virus.

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All told, the variant has been confirmed in three dozens of counties scattered throughout Michigan, including its Upper Peninsula. As another of increased viral spread, 6.

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Michigan also reported 21 days over the past three days on Friday, including a seven from a review of death records, while patients with confirmed or suspected COVID were in state hospitals. As of Friday, cases — more than double the 81 cases a week ago — had been confirmed through genetic sequencing among a sampling of COVID tests.

The increase blamed largely on those who have not been vaccinated: Perhaps most worrisome, the percent of tests with positive reached 4. Ten of the 26 new deaths linked to COVID were from reviews of prior death records, boosting the total deaths to 19, since March Meanwhile, 6.

The case count is rising in many parts of the state as the seven-day daily average inched up to 1, up from 1, on Monday.

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The new cases bring the seven-day average of cases toup from on Tuesday. Many schools in Michigan have made masks optional as school is set tobut some experts say a mandate is necessary.

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The virus is far more common in some areas than others, with Branch County in southern Michigan at 32 cases per , up from 21 the week before. Positive tests hit 5. COVID test are an indicator of community spread, and Michigan has set a goal of keeping positive to 3 percent or below.

June 1, gatherings and face mask order

But on July 12, they hit 2. Those cases brought the total of confirmed infections tosince the beginning of the pandemic. It is increasingly clear that the Delta variant, which is much more transmissible than earlier versions of the coronavirus, is fueling the surge, said Kayleigh Blaney, deputy health officer for Genesee County Health Department.

Michigan reported nearly 3, new COVID cases on Wednesday, or an average of 1, a day, along with 24 new deaths. Since then, cases have dropped nearly every day, falling to cases per day on June Few want them. Coronavirus cases have reached their highest point in six weeks, with the state on Friday reporting 1, new cases over the past three days. In Michigan, as of Tuesday, 71 cases had been identified in sequencing samples from tests that were positive. In April, 4, patients were hospitalized.

On April 13, Michigan had a high of 7, cases. The new cases push the seven-day average to — well above the cases the state averaged on July 6 but far below the spring peak of more than 7, daily cases.

There are now patients being treated for confirmed or suspected COVID, up from on Monday and a month ago. As of Friday, patients were hospitalized with confirmed or suspected COVID, up from on July 9 but well shy of the peak of 4, patients on April The uptick may be driven in part by the more transmissible Delta variant. The Delta variant, considered more transmissible than other COVID variants, has now been confirmed in cases in at least 40 counties throughout Michigan. Pushed in part by the highly transmissible Delta variant, two more Michigan health systems will require workers to be vaccinated against COVID Both systems will require the vaccine within weeks of FDA approval.

The Delta variant is fueling a rise in infections cross the globe.

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