Additional COVID-19 Cases In Northeast Lower Michigan
Mon, 19 Apr 2021 06:03:13 EDT


Coronavirus cases continue to rise in Northeast Lower Michigan, with many more in the past week, even higher than the week before that..

Health agencies now report combined totals of confirmed and probable, and MidMichigan Medical Center - Alpena currently has 13 covid patients hospitalized with three in intensive care, and a capacity rate of 43 percent.

As of Friday (09), District Health Department #4 reports 4,873 total cases were recorded - 422 more in the past week, with 131 deaths, four more than the previous week. 1,885 cases - or 147 more were in Alpena now with three additional or a total of 50 deaths. 1,610 cases and 37 deaths were reported in Cheboygan. 898 cases, or 69 more were in Presque Isle County, with one additional death, totaling 28. 480 cases were in Montmorency with 16 deaths. Over 22 thousand (22, 532) had been vaccinated.

In the District #2 Health area, there was a total of 4,351, 434 more cases in the past week, and four additional deaths at 141. Alcona County had a total of 634, an additional 78 cases, with 19 deaths, while there were 1,743 cases in Iosco with 65 deaths. 1,426 cases were reported in Ogemaw with 35 deaths, 548 cases were in Oscoda County with 22 deaths, as over 14-thousand have been vaccinated (14,719).

Across Michigan, case numbers are approaching the peak outbreak recorded in November and December, as total cases number over 7-hundred 79 thousand (779,777) and over 16 thousand deaths (16,771).

For a list of online resources related to COVID-19, check out this story on our news page at WATZ dot com.

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On Line:

Contacting District #4 Health:

DHD#4 On the web:
District #4 Health - WEBSITE

E-Mail questions - covid19@dhd4.org

By Phone:
989-358-7936

Vaccine tracker - CLICK HERE

Tracking state hospital data - CLICK HERE

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HEALTH
04-12-21     ( COVID-19 Cases Continue to Increase In Northeast Lower Michigan )


As elsewhere in the state, Coronavirus cases continue to sharply rise in Northeast lower Michigan.

Across Michigan, case rates are up 375 percent since its previous low on February 19th, the most of any state. Total cases number over 7-hundred 31 thousand (731,131) and over 16 thousand deaths (16,426).

The state has not imposed any new restrictions, but instead asking for voluntary compliance with occupancy limits and continued masking, handwashing, and social distancing.

In Northeast Lower Michigan, health agencies now report combined totals of confirmed and probable, and MidMichigan Medical Center - Alpena currently has ten covid patients hospitalized with two in intensive care, and a capacity rate of 50 percent.

As of Friday (09), District Health Department #4 reports 4,451 total cases were recorded - 332 more in the past week, with 127 deaths, two more than the previous week. 1,738 cases - or 109 more were in Alpena now with one additional or 47 deaths. 1,452 cases and 37 deaths were reported in Cheboygan. 829 cases, or 66 more were in Presque Isle County, with one additional death, totaling 27. 432 cases were in Montmorency with 16 deaths. Over 20 thousand (20, 930) had been vaccinated.

In the District #2 Health area, there was a total of 3,917, 361 more cases in the past week, and two additional deaths at 137. Alcona County had a total of 556, an additional 68 cases, with 18 deaths, while there were 1,591 cases in Iosco with 63 deaths. 1,274 cases were reported in Ogemaw with 35 deaths, 496 cases were in Oscoda County with 21 deaths, as over 13-thousand have been vaccinated (13,585).

For a list of online resources related to COVID-19, check out this story on our news page at WATZ dot com.

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On Line:

Contacting District #4 Health:

DHD#4 On the web:
District #4 Health - WEBSITE

E-Mail questions - covid19@dhd4.org

By Phone:
989-358-7936

Vaccine tracker - CLICK HERE

Tracking state hospital data - CLICK HERE

Tracking State Case Data:
CLICK HERE

Tracking World Data:
CLICK HERE



   


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