How Many Confirmed Coronavirus Cases In Michigan? Updated Daily
110 people died in the last 24 hours in Michigan due to Covid-19.
The very high numbers of confirmed cases and deaths in Michigan is shocking alone. However, the more shocking statistic may be how few people in Michigan have been tested compared to the rest of the U.S. Get that full story by clicking here.
Total cases in the U.S. according to the Center for Systems Science and Engineering at Johns Hopkins University as of April 7th at 6:07 A.M.:
- Total cases: 368,449
- Total deaths: 10,993
- Total Recovered: 19,919
(Updated: Monday, April 6th at 4:48 P.M.) Confirmed cases in Michigan and nearby states according to worldometers.info:
Michigan - 17,221 (+1,503 since yesterday) with 727 Dead.
Illinois - 12,262 with (+1,006 since yesterday) 307 Dead.
Ohio - 4,450 (+407 since yesterday) with 142 Dead.
Indiana - 4,944 (+533 since yesterday) with 139 Dead.
Below is the number of confirmed Covid-19 cases by county provided by Michigan.gov:
(these numbers are usually update daily sometime after 3 P.M.)
- Allegan 15
- Barry 7
- Berrien 60 (1 dead)
- Branch 15 (1 dead)
- Calhoun 41 (1 dead)
- Cass 7 (1 dead)
- Hillsdale 46 (3 dead)
- Ionia 8
- Jackson 103 (4 dead)
- Kalamazoo 58 (3 dead)
- Kent 177 (5 dead)
- Ottawa 44
- St. Joseph 11
- Van Buren 16 (1 dead)
You can find all Michigan counties with their Covid-19 confirmed case count on the map below.
Percentage of Cases by Age
0 to 19 years 1%
20 to 29 years 9%
30 to 39 years 13%
40 to 49 years 17%
50 to 59 years 20%
60 to 69 years 18%
70 to 79 years 13%
80+ years 8%
Cumulative Number of Specimens Tested for COVID-19 in Michigan - Last Updated 4/6/2020 at 1 PM:
Negative Tests: 29,657
Positive Tests: 11,296
Total Tests: 41,071 (some people were tested more than once so this number does not reflect the number of people tested.)
The Kalamazoo County Health Department said in an email to follow these steps:
- Stay home if you are mildly sick (runny nose, sneezing, cough)
- Call your doctor before going to clinic
- Only go to the emergency department if you are very sick. Severe COVID-19 symptoms include shortness of breath, confusion, chest pain or pressure, and bluish lips. This list is incomplete; talk to your doctor about other signs of medical emergencies
- Follow public health recommendations and orders
- Adhere to the Governor’s executive orders
- Wash your hands
- Cover your mouth when you sneeze or cough with your elbow or sleeve
We are updating information on Covid-19 frequently. You can see those updates by clicking here.