See how the coronavirus has affected regions of Michigan differently

Regional look at COVID-19 infections

The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services publishes regional coronavirus case counts every day. These differ from the overall numbers in that state reports the numbers based on the date when an infection first generated symptoms.

The numbers show that southeast Michigan, which was hit first and hardest, has seen a steady decline in cases. But west Michigan, including Kent County, has had eleveated case counts for the past couple of weeks.


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Troy Bowcamp
Fri, 06/05/2020 - 11:21am

What are the region NUMBERS!!! I see the regions but that don’t have any number attached to them. So what regions are 6 & 8?
Do I live in one of those regions..