Michigan reports more than 7,000 new coronavirus cases and 101 deaths

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Michigan reported 7,528 new coronavirus cases and 101 deaths Saturday, Nov. 21.It came one day after the state set a record high of 9,779 cases.While the new cases remain high, state data shows a slight improvement in the number of positive cases compared to the total number of tests.The percentage of positive cases dropped to 11.3 percent based on 88,526 tests. It was the lowest rate since a 10 percent positive rate on Nov. 6.Saturday’s data also shows another high for total diagnostic tests conducted, passing Friday’s high of 84,223.Health experts say the positive test ratio of 3 percent or less indicates control of virus spread and they recommend a rate of 5 percent or less for reopening schools.(The above chart shows Michigan’s 7-day rolling average of new confirmed coronavirus cases. You can put your cursor over a bar to see the number. You also can click on the option just below the headline to see the actual number of new cases reported by day.)The number of people in Michigan hospitals with confirmed or suspected COVID-19 remained steady Saturday at 3,872, down slightly from the previous day of 3,887.There were 835 adults, with confirmed or suspected coronavirus, in hospital intensive care units and 403 …

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