Why Are The Case Numbers Climbing?


The number of COVID-19 cases are increasing in Michigan

Michigan hit a 2021 high of COVID-19 cases numbers with 8,202 new cases Wednesday, according to numbers released by the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services.

The new cases reported Wednesday is the 11th largest daily total since the coronavirus pandemic began, although the death numbers attached to the new case numbers is less than a third of those from the past surge.

In the month of November, deaths averaged 74 a day in Michigan. Wednesday, only 10 new death were reported and the average for the month of March is 21 a day.

Speaking on CNN Wednesday morning, Gov. Gretchen Whitmer...

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