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The COVID Overview page was obtained from Michigan's main COVID-19 page: https:/www.michigan.gov/coronavirus/0,9753,7-406-98163-520743--,00.html.
The State of Michigan is working around the clock to test and treat COVID-19 patients. Below is the most recent data healthcare experts across the state have compiled. It is updated Monday - Saturday.
This report is provisional and subject to change. City of Detroit and Wayne County are reported separately. MDHHS began tracking probable cases April 5, 2020. FCI indicates federal correctional institute. MDOC indicates Michigan Department of Corrections. Diagnostic tests, including nucleic acid amplification/real-time polymerase chain reaction (NAAT/RT-PCR) and rapid virus antigen detection point of care (POC) tests, look for current infection. Serology (antibody) tests are used to look for the possibility of previous infection.
Source: Michigan Disease Surveillance System (MDSS) and Vital Records
The website contained the tables Cases by Hispanic/Latino Ethnicity and Cases by Arab Ethnicity.
The dashboard contained the tabs Current Status (subtabs View Cases, View Deaths, View Table), Daily Cases (subtabs Confirmed Cases, Deaths, View Table), Cumulative Trends (subtabs View Table, View Chart), Demographics (subtabs Confirmed Cases, Probable Cases, Confirmed Deaths, Probable Deaths), Total Testing (subtabs View Table, View Chart), Diagnostic Testing (subtabs View Table, View Chart), and Learn More.
The public use datasets contained the following downloadable Excel spreadsheets (.xlsx): Cases and the Deaths by County, Cases by County by Date, Cases by Demographics Statewide, COVID-19 Tests by County, Diagnostic Tests by Result and County.
WMU ScholarWorks Citation
Michigan Department of Health & Human Services, "2020-12-10_MichiganOverview_COVIDstats" (2020). Cumulative Michigan COVID-19 Data. 260.
Note on deaths (12/10/20): Regular reviews of death certificate data maintained in Vital Records reporting systems are conducted by MDHHS staff three times per week. As a part of this process, records that identify COVID-19 infection as a contributing factor to death are compared against all laboratory confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the Michigan Disease Surveillance System (MDSS). If a death certificate is matched to a confirmed COVID-19 case and that record in the MDSS does not indicate the individual died, the MDSS record is updated to indicate the death and the appropriate local health department is notified. These matched deaths are then included with mortality information posted to the Michigan Coronavirus website. As a result of the most recent assessment, today’s data includes 132 additional deaths identified by this methodology.