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December 10, 2022

Midland County COVID-19 report — Nov. 22, 2022

Midland County COVID-19 report — Nov. 22, 2022  Midland Daily News

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Midland County added 45 COVID-19 cases from Nov. 16-22, according to the State of Michigan’s website on Tuesday. 

COVID-19 numbers Nov. 16-22

Midland County added 45 cases from Nov. 16-22. Overall, Midland County has 20,773 cases, 1,983 probable cases, 220 deaths and 29 probable deaths.

Bay County added 55 cases and six deaths. Overall, Bay County has 27,769 cases, 3,155 probable cases, 615 deaths and 40 probable deaths.

Gladwin County added 17 cases. Overall, Gladwin County has 5,567 cases, 994 probable cases, 116 deaths and 14 probable deaths.

Isabella County added 21 cases. Overall, Isabella County has 14,709 cases, 2,804 probable cases, 202 deaths and 24 probable deaths.

Saginaw County added 135 cases and seven deaths. Overall, Saginaw County has 53,892 cases, 5,085 probable cases, 980 deaths and 59 probable deaths.

Overall, Michigan is at 2,929,612 confirmed and probable cases and 39,972 confirmed and probable deaths.


Midland County’s seven-day rolling test positivity rate between Nov. 11-17 was listed at 11.8%, and Gladwin County’s was listed at 11.6%. both Midland and Gladwin counties have high community transmission.

Our 12-county region was listed at 11.2% and Michigan was at 12.8%.

Midland County vaccinations

Pfizer, Moderna and Johnson & Johnson vaccines are available at clinics administered by the health department at the Midland County Services Building, 220 W. Ellsworth St., Midland. The health department will vaccinate anyone who needs a first or second dose; those who need their second dose must bring their vaccination card.

Following FDA approval, the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) is urging all eligible Michiganders to get a Johnson & Johnson, Moderna or Pfizer booster vaccine if they have received their primary COVID-19 vaccines.

Following CDC approval, MDHHS is urging all eligible Michiganders aged 12 and up to get the Pfizer booster vaccine if they have received their two primary COVID-19 vaccines. Pfizer is the only authorized vaccine for under age 18. The Midland County Department of Public Health has vaccine booster shots available for children ages 5-11.

Michiganders should bring their COVID-19 vaccine card or immunization record with them when getting their booster dose, which is available at any vaccine provider. Downloadable immunization records are accessible free at the Michigan Immunization Portal. To obtain their record, Michiganders must create a MILogin account at and upload a valid government issued photo ID such as a driver’s license, state ID or passport. If you do not have records in the portal, contact your healthcare provider or local health department.

Future COVID-19 vaccine clinics in Midland County are listed at Those with questions may call 989-832-6380 or email

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