Lenawee County’s novel coronavirus case count has risen with six new cases to 77 as of Wednesday, April 22, but according to www.michigan.gov, there are still no deaths in the county directly tied to COVID-19. There were no updated figures on Lenawee County’s health department website as of 3 p.m. when Michigan released its April 22 coronavirus statistics.
The total number of Michiganians who have had COVID-19, according to www.michigan.gov, is now 33,966 with 2813 residents who have died. Today 999 cases were added along with 113 deaths.
In the area, Hillsdale County added three cases (97 total) and one death (12 total). Jackson added nine cases (289 total), but its death toll remained at 12. Monroe County had no new deaths in the last 24 hours, but its case count rose from 241 to 247. Washtenaw County has had 912 cases and 40 deaths.
Ohio’s total coronavirus cases now stands at 14,117, its first day over the 14,000 mark. There have been 610 deaths in Ohio. Lucas County, where nearby Toledo is located, has had 878 cases, 335 hospitalizations and 44 deaths. Fulton County, just to Lenawee County’s south, has had 18 cases with five hospitalizations and no fatalities. Williams County has had 16 cases with three hospitalizations and one death.
In the county that houses the Michigan state capital of Lansing – Ingham County – there have been 350 cases and seven deaths. Other counties with medium-sized cities report the following numbers: Kent (Grand Rapids), 757 cases and 25 deaths; Kalamazoo (Kalamazoo), 212 cases and 11 deaths; Genesee (Flint) has 1362 and 138 cases; and Saginaw (Saginaw) 474 cases and 35 deaths.
The metro Detroit area reported the following statistics today: Detroit City, 8026 cases, 747 deaths; Wayne County, 6535 cases, 572 deaths; Oakland County, 6463 cases, 529 deaths; and Macomb County, 4544 cases and 445 deaths.