Michigan reports 23,165 new COVID cases, 103 deaths over past week


DETROIT – Michigan reported 23,165 new circumstances of COVID-19 and 103 virus-related deaths over the previous week, a median of about 3,309 circumstances per day.

Tuesday’s replace brings the overall variety of confirmed COVID circumstances in Michigan to 2,731,787, together with 37,774 deaths. These numbers are up from 2,708,622 circumstances and 37,671 deaths, as of final Tuesday, together with each confirmed and possible circumstances.

The state’s constructive price was round 17% as of July 19, barely larger than the earlier week, in line with MDHHS evaluation.


You could find extra Michigan COVID information right here from MDHHS.

Associated: Monitoring Michigan COVID-19 hospitalization information tendencies

New circumstances since begin of weekly updates

  • April 13: 7,725 new circumstances

  • April 20: 10,474 new circumstances

  • April 27: 14,482 new circumstances

  • Could 4: 18,945 new circumstances

  • Could 11: 27,705 new circumstances

  • Could 18: 29,267 new circumstances

  • Could 25: 25,968 new circumstances

  • June 1: 19,535 new circumstances

  • June 8: 18,453 new circumstances

  • June 15: 15,578 new circumstances

  • June 21: 10,681 new circumstances (six-day complete)

  • June 28: 14,353 new circumstances

  • July 5: 13,102 new circumstances

  • July 12: 16,681 new circumstances

  • July 19: 16,445 new circumstances

  • July 26: 19,653 new circumstances

  • Aug. 2: 20,173 new circumstances

  • Aug. 9: 16,137 new circumstances

  • Aug. 16: 23,165 new circumstances

Interactive map: COVID unfold ranges and case charges by Michigan county

Change in COVID information updates

The Michigan Division of Well being and Human Providers is barely offering up to date COVID information on Tuesdays. The updates have been beforehand launched every Wednesday, however the state determined to modify the day “to accommodate an anticipated change in CDC information cadence.”


This information now combines confirmed and possible circumstances and deaths.

Earlier than April 2022, confirmed and possible statistics have been separated all through the pandemic. On account of this important change within the state’s information reporting, our earlier COVID charts and graphs will now not be up to date.

MDHHS can also be now not reporting of the subset of deaths recognized through Important Data evaluation.

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