/Here’s what you’ll know on January 10, 2021

Here’s what you’ll know on January 10, 2021

Detroit – The number of confirmed cases of coronavirus (COVID-19) in Michigan has risen to 519,082 as of Saturday, with 13,334 deaths, state officials say.

Saturday’s update included 2,70,006 new cases and 222 new deaths, of which 207 were identified during a record review – meaning they did not occur between Friday and Saturday.

On Friday, a total of 516,37376 cases were registered in the state, including 13,132 deaths.

A total of 415,0799 recoveries were reported in the state on Saturday.

Michigan officials no longer provide statewide coronavirus data updates on Sundays; The next update is expected on Monday, January 11th.

New today: Farmington public schools are returning to private learning on Monday

There have been 19 new Kavid cases, but the death toll is higher in Michigan. -Testing was stable with more than 37,000 diagnostic tests reported per day with an average daily rate of about 9.5%. Hospitalization continues to deteriorate but remains relatively high, including critical care and the use of ventilators.

Michigan’s 7-day moving average on Saturday was 3,136, slightly higher than the previous week. The Saturday-day average mortality rate was 106. State mortality rate 2. 2.%. The state was listed at 90,600 on Saturday, also reported as an “active case” – the lowest since November.

According to Johns Hopkins University, there were more than 22 million cases in the United States as of Jan. 9, with more than 370,000 dying from the virus.

Worldwide, more than 89.3 million people were infected and more than 1.92 million died as of January. 9. The actual number is certainly much higher, due to limited testing, some governments counting the dead in various ways and deliberately under-reporting.

More than 49 million people worldwide have recovered, according to Johns Hopkins University.

  • 8 takeaways from Whiter’s Friday COVID briefing: Private tutoring, vaccine distribution, restaurants

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See: Michigan COVID-19 vaccine dose tracking 💉

See: Coronavirus cases, outbreak tracking in Michigan schools

Govt. Gretchen Whiter Michigan public schools “strongly encouraged” to reopen for private education in early March

Michigan Public School Reading was off for a reason Intensity in COVID-19 cases. Their buildings have been closed for nearly two months – since thousands of COVID-19 cases were reported every day in the state in November.

“The value of personal education for our children is immense and we should do our best for them to have a great education safely,” Whiter said. “Over the past decade, medical experts and epidemiologists have closely followed the data and learned that schools can put everyone at risk wearing a mask and carefully adopting protocol to prevent infection.

I strongly encourage the districts to provide face-to-face education as much as possible and my administration will work closely with them to make it happen. “

Read more here.

Governor of Michigan. Gretchen Whitmer provided an update to COVID-19 in Michigan on Wednesday, talking about the trend of the Matrix and the new phase of the vaccine, whether these restrictions will be loosened or strengthened.

  • Vaccine is the new episode
  • Metric related
  • Michigan has more than half a million lawsuits pending
  • ‘New look’ of virus
  • Vaccine highlights
  • Cavid Restrictions

Read here in depth.

Michigan Govt. Gretchen Whiter It has been announced that the state is amending its COVID-19 order to reopen private high school classes, reopen certain indoor recreation areas and allow outdoor sports and fitness classes without communication.

More: Here is what is to be reopened under the revised COVID-19 order of Michigan

The state hall Is currently under a “break” that has established strict COVID-19 rules In restaurants, schools and more, however That order was due to expire on Sunday (December 20).

Now, the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services has issued a revised version of the order, which will take effect through Jan. 15.

Here is what is being opened and what is being closed under the order.

Has created a new tool Michigan health officials Can calculate the severity of the infection based on his or her life situation and personal behavior.

The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services Launched “CV19 Checkup” – a free, anonymous tool that assesses the risk of anyone associated with COVID-19.

Click here to view the CV19 checkup tool online.

“This tool, which we will make available to all Michigans, helps individuals understand their risks based on their life situation and personal behavior, and provides recommendations for reducing these risks as well as connecting people to services if necessary,” said Dr. Alexis Travis. Senior Deputy Director of Aging and Adult Services Agency

Travis said the tool can be used by all Michigan residents but is specifically designed to help people 60 years or older. It is anonymous and does not require a name, email address or any kind of identifier.

The tool uses artificial intelligence to analyze each person through an online questionnaire. It is designed for those who are considered high risk.

The algorithms of the tool are driven by science and treatment, using data from Centers for Disease Control and Prevention And World Health Organization.

Michigan Cavid-19 Daily Report Dec. 1:

  • December 1 – 5,793 new cases
  • December 2 – 6,955 new cases
  • December 3 – 7,146 new cases
  • December 4 – 8,689 new cases
  • December 5 – 6,004 new cases
  • December 6 – 4,675 new cases
  • December 7 – 4,675 new cases
  • Dec. 8 – 5,909 new cases
  • December 9 – 4,905 new cases
  • December 10 – 5,937 new cases
  • December 11 – 5,157 new cases
  • December 12 – 4,486 new cases
  • December 13 – 3,602 new cases
  • December 14 – 3,603 new cases
  • December 15 – 4,730 new cases
  • December 16 – 4,037 new cases
  • December 17 – 4,024 new cases
  • December 18 – 4,180 new cases
  • December 19 – 3,896 new cases
  • December 20 – 2,275 new cases
  • December 21 – 2,276 new cases
  • December 22 – 3,082 new cases
  • December 23 – 3,443 new cases
  • December 24 – 2,447 new cases
  • December 25 – 2,447 new cases
  • December 26 – 2,447 new cases
  • December 28 – 3,239 new cases (counting of cases for two days)
  • December 29 – 3,414 new cases
  • December 30 – 4,222 new cases
  • December 31 – 2,994 new cases
  • January 1 – 2,994 new cases
  • January 2 – 2,995 new cases
  • January 3 – 2,496 new cases
  • January 4 – 2,496 new cases
  • January 5 – 2,291 new cases
  • January 6 – 4,326 new cases
  • January 7 – 4,015 new cases
  • January 8 – 3,625 new cases
  • January 9 – 2,706 new cases

The Michigan Cowvide-19 has been reporting daily deaths since Dec. 1:

  • December 1 – 190 new deaths (30 from important records)
  • December 2 – 81 new deaths
  • December 3 – 175 new deaths (112 from important records)
  • December 4 – 81 new deaths
  • 5 December – 193 new deaths (145 from important records)
  • December 6 – 46 new deaths
  • December 7 – 47 new deaths
  • December 8 – 191 new deaths
  • December 9 – 75 new deaths
  • 10 December – 182 new deaths (132 from important records)
  • December 11 – 61 new deaths
  • 12 December – 206 new deaths (176 from important records)
  • 13 December – 45 new deaths
  • December 14 – 45 new deaths
  • 15 December – 183 new deaths (71 from critical record)
  • December 16 – 83 new deaths
  • December 17 – 190 new deaths (125 from important records)
  • December 18 – 66 new deaths
  • December 19 – 187 new deaths (155 from important records)
  • December 20 – 35 new deaths
  • December 21 – 36 new deaths
  • December 22 – 173 new deaths (72 from critical record)
  • December 23 – 70 new deaths
  • December 24 – 84 new deaths (62 from important records)
  • 25 December – 85 new deaths (63 from critical record)
  • 26 December – 85 new deaths (63 from critical record)
  • December 27 – 30 new deaths
  • December 28 – 30 new deaths
  • December 29 – 193 new deaths
  • December 30 – 51 new deaths
  • December 31 – 88 new deaths
  • January 1 – 88 new deaths
  • January 2 – 89 new deaths
  • January 3 – 40 new deaths
  • January 4 – 40 new deaths
  • January 5 – 189 new deaths (117 from important records)
  • January 6 – 51 new deaths
  • January 7 – 176 new deaths (138 from important records)
  • January 8 – 38 new deaths
  • January 9 – 222 new deaths (from important records 207)

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