Tuesday, May 26, 2020

Week by week: COVID-19 cases in Michigan UPDATE


Total tests (positive and negative) as of 5/25:  472,860 -- a one-week increase of 62,682 compared to 111,230 on 5/18.

Michigan is flattening the curve.  Number of weekly confirmed cases is down 62% since April 6-12.
  • May 20-26:  2,966 
  • May 12-19:  4,363
  • May 5 -11:  4,345
  • April 27 - May 4:  4,997
  • April 20 -26:  6,210
  • April 13- 19:  6,785
  • April 6-12:  7,949




Michigan's hot spot (63% of the state's cases, 78% of the state's 5,240 deaths):
  • Detroit (10,727 cases/1,322 deaths)
  • rest of Wayne County (9,089/1,042)
  • Macomb County (6,516/778)
  • Oakland County (8,226/955)

COVID-19 deaths in Michigan are projected to peak on April 9.  Total projected deaths:  2,963.  (NPR)   

Deaths reported:
  • As of March 16 -        0
  • As of March 23 -      15
  • As of March 30 -    184  (+169)
  • As of April     6 -    727  (+543)
  • As of April   13 - 1,602  (+875)
  • As of April   20 - 2,468  (+866)
  • As of April   27 - 3,407  (+959)
  • As of May      4 - 4,049  (+642)
  • As of May    11 - 4,584  (+545)
  • As of May    18 - 4,915  (+331)
  • As of May    25 - 5,240  (+325)



Related posts:
Alabama.  (5/25/2020)
Arkansas.  (5/21/2020)
California.  5/24/2020)
Connecticut.  (5/22/2020)
Florida.  (5/25/2020)
Georgia.  (5/25/2020)
Idaho.  (5/24/2020)
Illinois.  (5/19/2020)
Indiana.  (5/23/2020)
Iowa.  (5/23/2020)
Kansas.  (5/21/2020)
Kentucky.  (5/21/2020)
Louisiana.  (5/23/2020)
Maryland.  (5/25/2020)
Massachusetts.  (5/19/2020)
Michigan.  (5/26/2020)
Minnesota.  (5/21/2020)
Mississippi.  (5/25/2020)
Nebraska.  (5/21/2020)
New Jersey,  (5/26/2020)
New York.  (5/26/2020)
North Carolina.  (5/24/2020)
North Dakota.  (5/24/2020)
Ohio.  (5/23/2020)
Pennsylvania.  (5/19/2020)
South Dakota.  (5/21/2020)
Tennessee.  (5/22/2020)
Texas   (5/23/2020)
Virginia.  (5/22/2020)
Washington State.  (5/21/2020)
Wisconsin.  (5/25/2020)



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The average age of coronavirus deaths is 68.1 years old. The state median age of those deceased as of Saturday is 70. The age range of those who have died due to the virus is 36 to 97, according to state data. 
While the number of cases is split 50-50 according to gender, males account for 68% of the deceased. 
The state says 24% of more than 15,000 tests have come back positive.




3/27/2020.  Here's the type of leadership our president with the emotional development of a 6 year old is demonstrating;

'We've had a big problem with the young — a woman governor,' Trump says of Whitmer.  (Detroit News, 3/26/2020)
She is a new governor, and it's not been pleasant," Trump told Sean Hannity. "We've had a big problem with the young — a woman governor. You know who I'm talking about — from Michigan. We don't like to see the complaints."

As you would expect, the president with the emotional development of a 6 year old, doubles down.  Think about what that means for all of us.





The good news is that Trump lost Michigan today.

First elected to public office when she was 29.



Beaumont nears capacity: 635 hospitalized for COVID-19 with limited ventilators. (Detroit News, 3/25/2020)
The health system has been transferring patients between hospitals to find space and is beginning to convert some operating rooms into intensive care units, Beaumont Health Chief Operating Officer Carolyn Wilson said.

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