Michigan reports 4,015 new COVID-19 cases, 176 more deaths

Posted at 3:35 PM, Jan 07, 2021

LANSING, Mich. — Michigan reported 4,015 new cases of COVID-19 and 176 more deaths since Tuesday, according to the latest statistics from the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services.

That includes 138 deaths identified through a vital records review.

This brings the total number of COVID-19 cases to 512,751 and the total number of deaths to 13,094 in Michigan.

As of Jan. 5, 363,611 people have recovered from the virus, according to the MDHHS.

More than 665,000 vaccines have been distributed throughout the state, and more than 152,000 doses have been administered to Michiganders so far.

In November, Governor Gretchen Whitmer and MDHHS Director Robert Gordon announced the 3-week pause which closed indoor dining, movie theatres, in-person learning at high schools and college and more.

That order was set to expire in early December, but Whitmer and Gordon announced a 12-day extension. The latest extension for restaurants will go through January 15, but could be lifted early if numbers continue to decline.

More information and resources on the coronavius pandemic

Find the latest numbers on case numbers and deaths through Johns Hopkins University's coronavirus tracker.
Complete coverage of the pandemic is available on our coronavirus section.

Resources for individuals, families, businesses, and non-profits are the focus of our Rebound: West Michigancoverage.

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