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Michigan Data

This page is subject to change as a result of the end of the Public Health Emergency Order on 5/11/2023. Data will be updated as usual the week of 5/8/2023, and changes will go into effect the week of 5/15/2023. Anticipated changes are described below.

On May 11th 2023 the federal government will rescind the COVID-19 public health emergency. The Public Health Emergency ending will bring about several changes to the national response to the pandemic including discontinuing the requirement to report negative COVID-19 test results. As of May 11, 2023 COVID testing volume and percent positivity will no longer be updated consistent with national strategies.

While positive laboratory results will continue to be reportable in Michigan, negative test results will no longer be required to be reported. This means that overall COVID-19 testing volume and test % positivity will no longer be a core metric that can be reported on at the local, state, or national level. However, these data have had considerable limitations for some time since testing volume and percent positivity have never included over-the-counter (at-home) COVID-19 tests, which represent a substantial amount of the COVID-19 testing volume. Other core metrics, like Emergency Department visits, wastewater surveillance, case rates, hospitalization rates, and mortality rates are more sound metrics for measuring the burden and trends in COVID-19 epidemiology beyond the ending of the public health emergency.

The State of Michigan is working around the clock to test and treat COVID-19 patients. Below is the most recent data healthcare experts across the state have compiled. It is updated Tuesday. Looking for COVID-19 Vaccine data?  Click here.

 

 

Cases by Hispanic/Latino Ethnicity
Hispanic/Latino Ethnicity Percentage of Confirmed Cases by Ethnicity Percentage of Confirmed Deceased Cases by Ethnicity
Hispanic/Latino 4.51% 3.19%
Non-Hispanic/Latino 68.35% 94.60%
Unknown 27.14% 2.22%

Totals may not add to 100% due to rounding


Cases by Arab Ethnicity
Arab Ethnicity Percentage of Confirmed Cases by Ethnicity Percentage of Deceased Confirmed Cases by Ethnicity
Arab 1.88% 1.25%
Non-Arab 39.14% 45.32%
Unknown 58.98% 53.43%

Totals may not add to 100% due to rounding