You should know that November 24, 2021 – Post World

DETROIT Michigan reported 17,008 new cases of COVID-19 and 83 virus-related deaths on Monday – an average 5,669.3 cases over a three-day period.

Of the 83 deaths reported on Monday, 32 were identified during a record review.

Monday’s update brings Michigan’s total confirmed COVID cases to 1,259,261, including 23,315 deaths. Those numbers are up from 1,242,253 cases and 23,232 deaths on Friday.

Tests have increased to an average of about 40,000 diagnostic tests per day, with the 7-day positive rate at 17.56% from Monday – an increase from last week. Hospital stays have been increasing steadily for several weeks.

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The state’s 7-day moving average for the daily falls was 7.078 on Monday. The 7 day The average death rate was 61 on Monday. The state’s death rate is 1.9%. The state also reports “active cases,” which were listed at 171,000 on Friday.

Michigan reported more than 10.5 million cans of the COVID-19 vaccine administered from Monday 70.8% of 16+ residents Have received at least one dose while 61.5% of 16+ residents are considered fully vaccinated.

According to Johns Hopkins University are more than 47 million cases were reported in the US with more than 773.800 Tote reported by the virus. Worldwide more than 7.4 billion vaccine doses administered, including more than 450 million cans in the US alone.

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Worldwide more than 258 million people are confirmed to be infected and more than 5 million have died, according to Johns Hopkins University. The real numbers are certainly much higher due to limited testing, different ways nations count the dead, and deliberate underreporting by some governments.


Coronavirus headlines:



Trends in COVID Cases and Deaths by Michigan County


OUTLOOK: Tracking Coronavirus Cases and Outbreaks in Michigan Schools


7 Findings From Expert’s Metro Detroit COVID Update: “I Consider This Our Fourth Spike”

A Beaumont health Expert released a worrying update COVID and Hospital Trends in Metro Detroit, calls this the “fourth spike,” and gives three reasons he thinks the numbers are going up again.

Nick Gilpin, Infectious Disease Doctor and Medical Director, Infection Prevention at Beaumont Health, held a virtual briefing on Nov. 11 to discuss what he is in Metro Detroit.

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Find out more here.

Where can I get COVID-19 vaccines for children?

Parents are looking at where to get their younger children a COVID-19 vaccine after the CDC finally gave the go-ahead for Pfizer doses for teenagers in children ages 5-11.

Doses should be available now, or very soon, at your local pharmacies, doctor’s offices, hospitals and clinics. Like the adult COVID-19 vaccines, they are free.

EXPLANATION: About vaccines for children ages 5-11

We keep track of any information we get about available clinics and dosages for children ages 5-11 on the live update blog here.

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Data shows that non-masking schools in Michigan spread 62% more coronavirus

As the number of COVID cases in Michigan continues to rise, new data shows that masking requirements at school appear to help slow the spread of the virus.

It’s one of the most, if not the most divisive, topics in the pandemic – masking requirements, especially in schools. Anger and frustration are boiling inside, outside, and at board meetings. But new data supports the use of masks in schools.

See the dates here.

Michigan Adopts New Definition Of The COVID Outbreak At School And Raises The Threshold

Michigan health officials adopt a new definition of COVID-19 school outbreaks, raising the threshold from two cases to three school-related cases.

The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) receives one Definition from the State Council and Territorial Epidemiologists – look this here. The new definition changes the threshold from two to at least three cases within a group.

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Read more here.

The flu is expected to circulate more this year due to fewer COVID precautions

While Coronavirus Pandemic Precautions helped keep the flu out last year, experts fear we won’t be so lucky this year.

Precautions and restrictions to prevent the spread of COVID-19 have also helped prevent the spread of flu, a respiratory disease caused by influenza viruses, during the 2020 flu season. Around this time last year, health professionals were concerned that the US was experiencing a “twilight” chemistry with COVID and the flu, but that didn’t happen, likely due to a combination of mask wearing, social distancing, the closure of most schools and the overall reduction in travel.

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However, this year many of these precautions and restrictions will no longer apply, and the flu is expected to spread more widely.

Find out more here.

Detroit opens planning for third dose of COVID vaccinations

Detroit has opened planning for residents with compromised immune systems to receive a third dose of the COVID-19 vaccination.

Residents must have been fully vaccinated and have weakened immune systems for at least six months in order to schedule an appointment for a third dose.

Third doses of the Pfizer and Moderna vaccinations approved by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention will be offered at the TCF Center drive-through for those with an appointment.

Read more here.

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CDC recommends that vaccinated individuals wear masks in schools and in some indoor spaces

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is now recommending that even vaccinated people wear masks indoors in parts of the United States where the coronavirus is rising.

The CDC cited new information on Tuesday, July 27th, about the ability of the Delta variant to spread among vaccinated individuals. The CDC also recommended inner masks to all teachers, staff, students and visitors to schools regardless of vaccination status.

The CDC said that in the United States, most new infections occur in unvaccinated people. However, vaccinated people can develop “breakthrough infections”, which usually lead to milder illnesses.

Find out more here.


Michigan COVID-19 Daily Reported Cases Since November 1st:

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  • November 1 – 3,105 new cases

  • November 2 – 4,882 new cases

  • November 3 – 4,882 new cases

  • November 4 – 5,047 new cases

  • November 5 – 5,047 new cases

  • November 6 – 2,970 new cases

  • November 7 – 2,971 new cases

  • November 8 – 2,971 new cases

  • November 9 – 3,142 new cases

  • November 10 – 3,141 new cases

  • November 11 – 7,939 new cases

  • November 12 – 7,939 new cases

  • November 13 – 7,011 new cases

  • November 14 – 7,011 new cases

  • November 15 – 7,012 new cases

  • November 16 – 7,281 new cases

  • November 17 – 7,280 new cases

  • Nov 18 – 8,990 new cases

  • Nov 19 – 8,990 new cases

  • November 20 – 5,669 new cases

  • November 21 – 5,669 new cases

  • November 22 – 5,670 new cases

Michigan COVID-19 reported daily deaths since October 13:

  • November 1 – 22 new deaths (29 from last two days from résumés)

  • November 2 – 68 new deaths

  • November 3 – 69 new deaths (75 from last two days from résumés)

  • November 4th – 45 new deaths

  • November 5 – 45 new deaths (48 from the last two days from vital records)

  • November 6 – 15 new deaths

  • November 7th – 16 new deaths

  • November 8 – 16 new deaths (21 from the last three days from vital records)

  • November 9 – 81 new deaths

  • November 10 – 82 new deaths (88 from the last two days from vital records)

  • November 11 – 41 new deaths

  • November 12 – 42 new deaths (43 from the last two days from vital records)

  • November 13 – 31 new deaths

  • November 14 – 32 new deaths (27 from the last two days from vital records)

  • November 15 – 32 new deaths

  • November 16 – 121 new deaths

  • November 17 – 121 new deaths

  • November 18 – 64 new deaths

  • November 19 – 64 new deaths (71 from last two days from résumés)

  • November 20 – 27 new deaths

  • November 21 – 28 new deaths

  • November 22nd – 28 new deaths (32 from the last three days from vital records)


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