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Jackson County Cumulative Report:  702 COVID-19 Positive Cases And 33 Deaths

(August 12, 2020 12:00 PM) The Jackson County Health Department released the COVID-19 positive numbers for Jackson County.  As of 12 PM today, there are 702 positive cases (cumulative), and 33 deaths (cumulative)*.    

There are 8 new cases since yesterday’s report. 

Cumulative recovered, as of August 8, 2020:  507**

The Michigan Department of Corrections is reporting as of 1:30 PM Sunday, August 9, there are 1,465 confirmed positive cases at Jackson facilities and 158 confirmed positive staff cases.

As of 9 AM August 12, there are 9 persons at Henry Ford Allegiance Health being treated as inpatients for COVID-19.

*These numbers do not reflect any cases or deaths identified through Michigan Department of Corrections.  Their numbers are listed under a separate category for MDOC cases here:   Michigan Statistics.

This FAQ from the Jackson County Health Department explains how the numbers are posted and what they mean.

**Recovered is defined as the number of persons with a confirmed COVID-19 diagnosis who are alive 30 days post-onset (or referral date if onset is not available).

Gender

Number of Cases

Percent

Male

319

45.3%

Female

383

54.6%

The Age group is reported as a percentage of the total instead of the actual number. 

Age – Years

Percent

0 -19

9.1%

20 – 29

16.1%

30 – 39

14.5%

40 – 49

17.9%

50 – 59

16.8%

60 – 69

13.8%

70 -79

6.4%

80

5.3%

Race and Ethnicity tables were added on April, 8, 2020.

Note: Totals may not add to 100% due to rounding.

Race

% of overall case by race

Caucasian

75.5%

Black or African American

13.0%

American Indian or Alaska Native

0.6%

Asian

0.1%

Hawaiian / Pacific Islander

0.0%

Multiple Races

3.6%

Other

1.9%

Unknown

5.4%

Ethnicity

% of overall case by ethnicity

Non-Hispanic/Latino

88.5%

Hispanic / Latino

4.4%

Unknown

7.1%

Epicurve Data

The Epicurve graph available  (8/9/2020)  will allow you to see how the daily number of cases have gone up and down since the first case was identified in March.  You can open the Epicurve Data here.  EpiCurve data will be posted each Sunday according to the template which collects and runs the numbers.

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