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Michigan Report

| from the State of Michigan |

Total Confirmed Cases 53510

Total COVID-19 Deaths 5129

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Daily Confirmed Cases 501

Daily COVID-19 Deaths 69*

*The deaths announced today includes 31 deaths identified during a Vital Records review. See cumulative data page for more information.

Cumulative Total of Recovered COVID-19 Cases (as of 5/15/2020): 28,234

Cases by County

CountyCasesDeaths
Washtenaw126595
City of Detroit105581295
Macomb6420772
Oakland8125945
Wayne89801018
Kent314562
Genessee1926240
73 Counties9664678
Other342764
Total535105129

Washtenaw Co Report

| from Washtenaw County Health Department |

Washtenaw Co Change from Yesterday

Total Cases+6
Total Hospitalizations+3
Total Deaths+5
Total Recovered+13

Confirmed and Probable COVID-19 Cases in Washtenaw County Residents (as of 5/21)

 Total casesTotal Hospitalizations% Cases Hospitalized% Cases admitted to ICUTotal Deaths TotalRecovered (% Recovered)**
Laboratory Confirmed Cases126735828%8%95904 (71%)
Probable Cases (updated Fridays only)23500%0%3200 (85%)
Confirmed and Probable Cases150235824%7%981104 (74%)

Lab-Confirmed COVID-19 cases in Washtenaw County by Age Group (as of 5/21)

Age Group% of cases% of hospitalized% of deaths
0 – 17 years2%<1%0%
18 – 24 years8%<1%0%
25 – 39 years19%6%0%
40 – 49 years13%8%1%
50 – 59 years16%16%3%
60- 69 years16%22%11%
70 – 79 years11%20%26%
80+ years14%27%59%

Lab-Confirmed COVID-19 Cases in Washtenaw County by Sex (as of 5/21)

Sex% of cases% of hospitalized% of deaths
Female55%49%46%
Male45%51%54%

Lab-Confirmed COVID-19 Cases in Washtenaw County by Race (as of 5/21)

Racial or Ethnic Group% of cases% of hospitalized% of deaths% of county population
Am. Indian or Alaska Native<1%0%0%0.4%
Asian4%4%1%9.7%
Black or African American34%42%28%12.3%
Native Hawaiian or Pac. Islander<1%<1%2%0.1%
White56%51%68%74.1%
Unknown6%3%0% 
     
Hispanic or Latino (all races)2%2%2%4.8%

Confirmed and Probable COVID-19 Cases in Washtenaw County Residents by Zip Code (as of 5/21)

Zip code of ResidenceLab-ConfirmedCasesProbable Cases% of population who are confirmed or probable
48103129340.29%
4810487180.25%
4810597170.32%
4810875140.32%
481184360.37%
481303140.22%
48137200.14%
48158730.13%
4816017100.28%
48167800.55%
48168400.28%
48170830.54%
481766960.32%
48178700.31%
481893330.48%
48190/481911860.57%
48197305610.55%
48198320500.93%
49236100.15%
49240100.12%
Unknown21 
Washtenaw Overall12672350.41%

*Interpretation Notes for Charts and Tables

Information in these charts is provisional and subject to change.

Recovered note: Recovered is defined as no symptoms/fever for over 72 hours and at least 7 days since symptoms started.

Use care interpreting charts and tables. Numbers for recent days and weeks may look low for several reasons, including pending test results or delayed symptom onset information. Numbers are updated at the start of the following week. 

Reports of positive cases to the health department from testing institutions may be delayed by a day or more. Due to this, the current day has been excluded from the New COVID-19 Cases Reported per Day chart.

Most of the diagnoses in the 3/31 spike on the New COVID-19 Cases Reported per Day chart represent a backlog of labs that have been pending for 1-2 weeks. This means most of these individuals got sick and were tested at least a week ago, but are receiving test results now because labs are just now catching up on tests.

Washtenaw Count Health Department does contact investigations for with every confirmed and probable case. For a small number of cases, in the event that an individual could not be contacted or could not respond follow-up, symptom onset date is estimated. 

Total cases include: Outpatient, Hospitalized, Deceased, and Recovered individuals.

Confirmed cases: Individuals who have been tested and received a laboratory-confirmed positive result. 

Probable cases: Individuals that have been directly linked or in close contact to a confirmed case, have symptoms consistent with COVID-19, but were not tested.

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