The Perfect Enemy | Michigan reports 10,681 new COVID cases, 69 deaths over past six days
July 1, 2022

Michigan reports 10,681 new COVID cases, 69 deaths over past six days

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DETROIT – Michigan reported 10,681 new cases of COVID-19 and 69 virus-related deaths over the past six days.

The state was previously updating COVID numbers every Wednesday, but that will now be changed to Tuesdays in order to “accommodate an anticipated change in CDC data cadence.”

Tuesday’s update brings the total number of confirmed COVID cases in Michigan to 2,592,078, including 36,744 deaths. These numbers are up from 2,581,397 cases and 36,675 deaths, as of last Wednesday, including both confirmed and probable cases.

Michigan 7-day test positivity rate was up to 11.9% as of June 14, according to MDHHS data.

You can find more Michigan COVID data here from MDHHS.

New cases since start of weekly updates

  • April 13: 7,725 new cases
  • April 20: 10,474 new cases
  • April 27: 14,482 new cases
  • May 4: 18,945 new cases
  • May 11: 27,705 new cases
  • May 18: 29,267 new cases
  • May 25: 25,968 new cases
  • June 1: 19,535 new cases
  • June 8: 18,453 new cases
  • June 15: 15,578 new cases
  • June 21: 10,681 new cases (six-day total)

Interactive map: COVID spread levels and case rates by Michigan county

Change in COVID data updates

The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services is only providing updated COVID data on Tuesdays. The updates were previously released each Wednesday, but the state decided to switch the day “to accommodate an anticipated change in CDC data cadence.”

This data now combines confirmed and probable cases and deaths.

Before April 2022, confirmed and probable statistics were separated throughout the pandemic. Due to this significant change in the state’s data reporting, our previous COVID charts and graphs will no longer be updated.

MDHHS is also no longer reporting of the subset of deaths identified via Vital Records review.

Related: Tracking Michigan COVID-19 hospitalization data trends