As of September 26, there have been 133,377 cases of COVID-19 in Michigan and 7,027 deaths.
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The chart below provides a look at how overall confirmed cases and fatalities are growing across the state on a daily basis. It is meant to show growth over time.
Michigan Radio is using data from the COVID Tracking Project. You can get a more detailed breakdown, including hospitalizations and recovery rates, here.
The first map below shows the number of new cases in each county per 10,000 residents over the past two weeks. This is meant to show the rate at which positive coronavirus cases are increasing in each county. The second map shows the total number of cases per county since the pandemic reached Michigan in early March. Both maps update daily.
For a look at specific county information, hover over each county. Note: maps do not include the number of cases from the Michigan Department of Corrections, the Federal Correctional Institution, or cases categorized as out-of-state or unknown.