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    43 deaths, 2,295 positive cases of COVID-19 confirmed in Michigan

    There are now 43 confirmed deaths connected to the COVID-19 pandemic in Michigan.

    There are 2,295 total positive cases in the state. That’s up 19 deaths from the previous day and 507 cases. Detroit has the largest number of cases with 705.

    The age breakdown is below.

    0-19 – 1%
    20-29 – 8%
    30-39 – 12%
    40-49 – 17%
    50-59 – 19%
    60-69 – 21%
    70-79 – 14%
    80+ – 8%

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    View the county breakdown below:

    • Allegan – 1
    • Barry – 1
    • Bay – 3
    • Berrien – 10
    • Calhoun – 6
    • Charlevoix – 4
    • Chippewa – 1
    • Clare – 1
    • Clinton – 6
    • Detroit – 705, 12 deaths
    • Eaton – 3
    • Emmet – 2
    • Genesee – 46
    • Gladwin – 2
    • Grand Traverse – 3
    • Hillsdale – 2
    • Ingham – 18
    • Iosco – 1
    • Isabella – 2
    • Jackson – 12
    • Kalamazoo – 5
    • Kalkaska – 2
    • Kent – 36, 1 death
    • Lapeer – 1
    • Leelanau – 1
    • Lenawee – 1
    • Livingston – 16, 1 death
    • Macomb – 281, 7 deaths
    • Midland – 6
    • Monroe – 18
    • Montcalm – 2
    • Muskegon – 3
    • Newaygo – 1
    • Oakland – 543, 10 deaths
    • Otsego – 6
    • Ottawa – 16
    • Roscommon – 1
    • Saginaw – 9
    • Sanilac – 2
    • St. Clair – 10
    • Tuscola – 2
    • Van Buren – 2
    • Washtenaw – 72, 3 deaths
    • Wayne – 417, 9 deaths
    • Wexford – 1
    • Out of State – 7

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    Deaths linked to COVID-19 in the United States now total more than 800, including nearly 200 in New York City alone, according to a database kept by Johns Hopkins.

    Detroit has the largest number of cases with 705.

    On Wednesday, it was announced that a Detroit police captain, identified as Jonathan Parnell, died from COVID-19. Parnell spent decades on the force.

    On Tuesday, Beaumont Health said it is facing limitations and nearing capacity with staffing amid the outbreak.

    Beaumont says the number of patients coming in continues to increase each day, which is consistent with other hospital systems in Michigan. They say they still have ventilator capacity at this time, but that could change as more people become infected.

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