Michigan’s coronavirus cases continue to rise sharply. As of Monday, they are now 6,498 with 184 deaths. Berrien County’s total is up three from Sunday to 32, while Allegan remains at 2, and Cass and Van Buren counties still have four cases. Kalamazoo County has recorded its first death and has 24 cases. St. Joseph County has also reported its first three cases of coronavirus. The city of Detroit remains the hardest hit with 1,801 cases and 52 deaths, followed by Wayne County’s 1,394 cases and 31 deaths and Oakland County’s 1,365 cases and 48 deaths. There are COVID-19 cases recorded now in 62 of Michigan’s 83 counties. Most of the Upper Peninsula has so far been spared, as 11 of the U.P.’s 15 counties have no positive cases as yet.
The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services is not yet releasing the numbers of those who have recovered.