Here’s what you should know on January 21, 2022 – Archyde

DETROIT — Michigan on Friday reported 33,551 new cases of COVID-19 and 210 virus-related deaths — an average of 16,775.5 cases over the past two days.

Friday’s update brings Michigan’s total number of confirmed COVID cases to 1,866,267, including 29,190 deaths. Those numbers are up from 1,832,716 cases and 28,980 deaths on Wednesday.

The deaths announced Friday include 79 identified during a Vital Records review.

Testing has increased to an average of 50,000 to 60,000 reported diagnostic tests per day 7-day positive rate at 33.08% on January 19th. Hospital admissions are still near record highs.

The state’s 7-day rolling average for daily cases was 17,589 on Jan. 19 The 7-day median death was 116 on Wednesday 19 January. The state’s mortality rate is 1.7%. The state also reports “active cases,” which were listed as of Jan. 19 at 466,200.

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Michigan has called more than 11.1 million doses of the COVID-19 vaccine administered through January 18 69.2% of residents aged 16 and over received at least one dose while 63.4% of residents aged 16 and over are considered fully vaccinated.

Across the entire population of Michigan 64,8 % have received at least one COVID vaccine dose.

According to Johns Hopkins University, more than 68 million cases have been reported in the US with more than 858.100 Tote reported by the virus. More than worldwide 9.7 billion vaccine doses were managed, including more than 527 million doses alone in the US.

More than worldwide 338 million people have been confirmed infected and more than 5.5 million have died, according to Johns Hopkins University. The true numbers are certainly much higher, due to limited testing, different ways nations count the dead, and deliberate under-reporting by some governments.

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Michigan hospital officials cite early signs of early progress since COVID-omicron surge

January 19, 2022: For the first time since the beginning of COVID omicron surge in Michigan, hospital officials with the Henry Ford Health System said they are beginning to see some signs of early progress.

“These trends are consistent and point in the right direction,” said Bob Riney, President of Health Care Operations and COO at Henry Ford Health.

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Michigan COVID hospitalizations rise above previous record

January 10, 2022: After a record-breaking week of new COVID-19 cases in Michigan, statewide hospitalizations are at a new record high.

According to MDHHS data, there were 4,901 inpatients with confirmed or suspected COVID-19 in hospitals nationwide as of Jan. 10, breaking the previous record of 4,721 set on Dec. 12, 2021.

The number of pediatric hospital admissions fell to 108 after hitting 130 last week.

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The number of inpatients in intensive care or on ventilators remained at about the same level from last week, but is a lagging indicator. As of January 10, 857 inpatients were in intensive care and 539 on a ventilator.

Michigan will update COVID quarantine guidelines to align with the CDC

Michigan’s health agency says it’s updating guidance on COVID-19 quarantine to match new CDC recommendations.

On Dec. 29, MDHHS said it would maintain its previous guidelines while it reviews new CDC guidelines, which shorten isolation times for most, even if they test positive for COVID. On Dec. 31, officials said the state will follow the new CDC guidelines.

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The CDC recommends reducing the length of quarantine and isolation for those who are unvaccinated or have not received their booster to five days, followed by another five days of wearing a well-fitting mask around others. The updated guidelines are aimed specifically at the general public.

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11 takeaways from Whitmer’s first COVID briefing since June

Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer held a COVID briefing on Tuesday for the first time since June, answering questions about whether this surge warranted new mandates and providing specific messages for both vaccinated and unvaccinated residents.

“We have another tough 4-6 weeks ahead, all experts are predicting, as the Omicron variant spreads rapidly across the country,” Whitmer said.

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Whitmer spoke from the Hispanic Center in Grand Rapids. She was joined by Elizabeth Hertel, Director of the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services.

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Many are struggling to find COVID tests at home in Michigan as demand skyrockets

Most stores and websites have sold out of at-home COVID-19 testing.

Local 4’s consumer investigator Hank Winchester went out with hidden cameras to look for tests.

If you walk the aisles of almost any pharmacy in Metro Detroit in search of a home COVID test, you’ll likely find a sign saying they’re out of stock.

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Michigan COVID-19 daily reported cases since December 1:

  • December 1 – 8,265 new cases

  • December 2 – 9,221 new cases

  • December 3 – 9,222 new cases

  • December 4 – 5,530 new cases

  • December 5 – 5,530 new cases

  • December 6 – 5,530 new cases

  • December 7 – 7,693 new cases

  • December 8 – 7,692 new cases

  • December 9 – 5,891 new cases

  • December 10 – 5,892 new cases

  • December 11 – 5,381 new cases

  • December 12 – 5,381 new cases

  • December 13 – 5,381 new cases

  • December 14 – 5,861 new cases

  • December 15 – 5,861 new cases

  • December 16 – 6,325 new cases

  • December 17 – 6,324 new cases

  • December 18 – 4,666 new cases

  • December 19 – 4,666 new cases

  • December 20 – 4,667 new cases

  • December 21 – 6,843 new cases

  • December 22 – 6,843 new cases

  • December 23 – 6,591 new cases

  • December 24 – 6,591 new cases

  • December 25 – 6,591 new cases

  • December 26 – 6,592 new cases

  • December 27 – 6,592 new cases

  • December 28 – 12,929 new cases

  • December 29 – 12,929 new cases

  • December 30 – 12,247 new cases

  • December 31 – 12,247 new cases

  • January 1 – 12,247 new cases

  • January 2 – 12,247 new cases

  • January 3 – 12,247 new cases

  • January 4 – 13,673 new cases

  • January 5 – 13,673 new cases

  • January 6 – 20,346 new cases

  • January 7 – 20,346 new cases

  • January 8 – 14,841 new cases

  • January 9 – 14,841 new cases

  • January 10 – 14,842 new cases

  • January 11 – 14,229 new cases

  • January 12 – 14,229 new cases

  • January 13 – 18,557 new cases

  • January 14 – 18,557 new cases

  • January 15 – 17,201 new cases

  • January 16 – 17,202 new cases

  • January 17 – 17,202 new cases

  • January 18 – 17,202 new cases

  • January 19 – 17,202 new cases

  • January 20 – 16,775 new cases

  • January 21 – 16,776 new cases

Michigan COVID-19 reports daily deaths since December 1:

  • December 1 – 179 deaths (160 from last two days from vital data)

  • December 2 – 138 new deaths

  • December 3 – 139 new deaths (169 from last two days from vital data)

  • December 4 – 42 new deaths

  • December 5 – 42 new deaths

  • December 6 – 43 new deaths (47 from last three days from vital data)

  • December 7 – 175 new deaths

  • December 8 – 175 new deaths (185 from last two days from vital data)

  • December 9 – 117 new deaths

  • December 10 – 118 new deaths (151 from last two days from vital data)

  • December 11 – 53 new deaths

  • December 12 – 53 new deaths

  • December 13 – 54 new deaths (36 from last two days from vital data)

  • December 14 – 165 new deaths

  • December 15 – 165 new deaths (230 from last two days from vital data)

  • December 16 – 127 new deaths

  • December 17 – 127 new deaths (159 from last two days from vital data)

  • December 18 – 53 new deaths

  • December 19 – 53 new deaths

  • December 20 – 54 new deaths (63 from last three days from vital data)

  • December 21 – 196 new deaths

  • December 22 – 196 new deaths (250 from last two days from vital data)

  • December 23 – 54 new deaths (158 from last two five from vital data)

  • December 24 – 55 new deaths

  • December 25 – 55 new deaths

  • December 26 – 55 new deaths

  • December 27 – 55 new deaths

  • December 28 – 169 new deaths (232 from last five days from vital data)

  • December 29 – 169 new deaths

  • December 30 – 59 new deaths

  • December 31 – 59 new deaths

  • January 1 – 60 new deaths

  • January 2nd – 60 new deaths

  • January 3 – 60 new deaths (172 from the last five days from vital data)

  • January 4 – 138 new deaths

  • January 5 – 139 new deaths (165 from last two days from vital data)

  • January 6 – 129 new deaths

  • January 7 – 130 new deaths (136 from last two days from vital data)

  • January 8 – 18 new deaths

  • January 9 – 19 new deaths

  • January 10 – 19 new deaths

  • January 11 – 175 new deaths

  • January 12 – 175 new deaths (282 from last two days from vital data)

  • January 13 – 125 new deaths

  • January 14 – 126 new deaths (140 from last two days from vital data)

  • January 15 – 100 new deaths

  • January 16 – 100 new deaths

  • January 17 – 100 new deaths

  • January 18 – 100 new deaths

  • January 19 – 101 new deaths (346 from last two days from vital data)

  • January 20 – 105 new deaths

  • January 21 – 105 new deaths (79 in the last two days from vital data)


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