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Michigan Reports 202 Coronavirus Cases Today, State Total Now 54,881

(May 25, 2020 3:07 PM) Michigan reported 202 coronavirus (COVID-19) positive test cases today, with the state reported total now at 54,881.

The State of Michigan is reporting 12 COVID-19-related deaths today, bringing the state total to 5,240.

State Cumulative Total of Recovered COVID-19 Cases (as of 5/22/2020): 33,168. 

This information is updated daily at 3 p.m., with COVID-19 results included as of 10 a.m.

Confirmed COVID-19 Cases by Jurisdiction updated 5/25/2020

Alcona

11

1

Allegan

210

6

Alpena

95

9

Antrim

11

 

Arenac

33

1

Baraga

1

 

Barry

61

2

Bay

286

19

Benzie

4

 

Berrien

593

42

Branch

102

2

Calhoun

347

21

Cass

77

2

Charlevoix

15

1

Cheboygan

21

1

Chippewa

2

 

Clare

17

2

Clinton

138

10

Crawford

58

5

Delta

17

2

Detroit City

10727

1322

Dickinson

5

2

Eaton

178

6

Emmet

21

2

Genesee

1961

242

Gladwin

18

1

Gogebic

5

1

Grand Traverse

23

5

Gratiot

71

6

Hillsdale

170

24

Houghton

2

 

Huron

42

1

Ingham

701

25

Ionia

143

3

Iosco

82

9

Isabella

74

7

Jackson

438

26

Kalamazoo

801

49

Kalkaska

19

2

Kent

3385

68

Lake

6

 

Lapeer

188

30

Leelanau

11

 

Lenawee

146

3

Livingston

391

26

Luce

3

 

Mackinac

6

 

Macomb

6516

778

Manistee

11

 

Marquette

54

10

Mason

31

 

Mecosta

19

2

Menominee

8

 

Midland

79

8

Missaukee

16

1

Monroe

463

19

Montcalm

65

1

Montmorency

5

 

Muskegon

603

31

Newaygo

91

 

Oakland

8226

955

Oceana

84

2

Ogemaw

20

 

Osceola

10

 

Oscoda

5

1

Otsego

100

10

Ottawa

709

27

Presque Isle

11

 

Roscommon

21

 

Saginaw

997

106

Sanilac

40

5

Schoolcraft

4

 

Shiawassee

235

24

St Clair

431

35

St Joseph

102

2

Tuscola

185

23

Van Buren

123

6

Washtenaw

1298

96

Wayne

9089

1042

Wexford

11

2

MDOC*

3303

64

FCI**

132

4

Unknown

3

 

Out of State

65

 

Grand Total

54881

5240

*Michigan Department of Corrections

**Federal Correctional Institute*Michigan Department of Corrections

Note on cumulative counts: This report is provisional and subject to change.  As public health investigations of individual cases  continue, there will be corrections to the status and details of referred cases that result in changes to this report.City of Detroit and Wayne County are reported separately

Note on the deaths: Deaths must be reported by health care providers, medical examiners/coroners, and recorded by local health departments in order to be counted.

Note on jurisdictional classification: In order to provide more accurate data, the “Other” jurisdiction category will no longer be used. Michigan Department of Corrections cases will be listed under “MDOC”. Federal Correctional Institution cases will be listed under “FCI”.

Note on Case Fatality Rate: The case fatality rate is the number of people who have died from causes associated with COVID-19 out of the total number of people with confirmed COVID-19 infections. It is used as one measure of illness severity.  Several factors can affect this number. Until recently, COVID-19 lab testing has prioritized for hospitalized individuals due to limited testing availability. As a result, COVID-19 infections were identified more often in people who were more severely ill. This would lead to a higher case fatality rate. As more people with mild illness are tested, it is likely the case fatality rate will go down.

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    Cumulative Total of Recovered COVID-19 Cases (as of 5/22/2020):
     33,168
    Note on recovery: During this response, MDHHS is reviewing vital records statistics to identify any laboratory confirmed COVID-19 cases who are 30 days out from their onset of illness to represent recovery status. As the pandemic continues to impact Michigan, this pool will expand to include more cases. 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).  The number of persons recovered on May 22, 2020 represents COVID-19 confirmed individuals with an onset date on or prior to April 22, 2020. If an individual dies from a COVID-related cause >30 days from onset/referral, they are removed from the number of persons recovered.  These numbers will be updated every Saturday.
    Source: Michigan Disease Surveillance System and Vital Records
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  • Age Data of Overall Deceased

Average Age

75.3 years

Median Age

77 years

Age Range

5-107 years

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  • Overall Case Fatality Rate

Statewide Confirmed Cases

10%

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  • Cases by Sex

Sex

Percentage of Overall Cases by Sex

Percentage of Deceased Cases by Sex

Male

47%

53%

Female

53%

47%

Unknown

<1%

<1%

  • Totals may not add to 100% due to rounding
     
  • Cases by Age

Age

Percentage of Overall Cases by Age

Percentage of Deceased Cases by Age

0 to 19

3%

<1%

20 to 29

11%

<1%

30 to 39

14%

1%

40 to 49

16%

3%

50 to 59

18%

8%

60 to 69

16%

18%

70 to 79

11%

27%

80

11%

42%

Unknown

<1%

<1%

  • Totals may not add to 100% due to rounding
     
  • Cases by Race

Race

Percentage of Overall Cases by Race

Percentage of Deceased Cases by Race

American Indian or Alaska Native

<1%

<1%

Asian/Pacific Islander

2%

1%

Black or African American

31%

40%

Caucasian

37%

51%

Multiple Races

8%

2%

Other

5%

2%

Unknown

17%

4%

  • Totals may not add to 100% due to rounding
     
  • Cases by Hispanic/Latino Ethnicity

Hispanic/Latino Ethnicity

Percentage of Overall Cases by Ethnicity

Percentage of Deceased Cases by Ethnicity

Hispanic/Latino

6%

2%

Non-Hispanic Latino

63%

81%

Unknown

31%

17%

  • Totals may not add to 100% due to rounding
     
  • Cases by Arab Ethnicity

Arab Ethnicity

Percentage of Overall Cases by Ethnicity

Percentage of Deceased Cases by Ethnicity

Arab

2%

1%

Non-Arab

36%

38%

Unknown

62%

60%

  • Totals may not add to 100% due to rounding

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