Michigan reports 10,428 new COVID-19 cases over two days

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Posted at 3:05 PM, Nov 30, 2020

LANSING, Mich. — The number of positive cases of the coronavirus in Michigan has increased to 360,449.

The number of cases increased 10,428 since Saturday, when there were 350,021 statewide cases, according to the Department of Health and Human Services this afternoon. On Saturday, the state reported 8,080 new cases.

The state says this afternoon there have been 9,134 coronavirus deaths in Michigan.

The number of deaths has increased 98 from Saturday, when there were 9,036 deaths. On Saturday, the state reported 103 new deaths.

Statewide, 165,269 people have recovered from the virus as of Nov. 25. A person is considered "recovered" by the state if they are "30 days out from their onset of illness."

In the U.S., there are 13,457,294 cases, and there have been 267,438 deaths — while 5,065,148 people have recovered, according to the global COVID-19 Dashboard by the Center for Systems Science and Engineering at Johns Hopkins University.

See the state's breakdown by county, sex, age and more.

See interactive graphics on the cases in Michigan.

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