Michigan Reports 22 New Virus Deaths; Thousands Have Recovered

Jun 14, 2020

Medical professionals wave outside St. John Hospital & Medical Center in Detroit, Monday, May 4, 2020. Law enforcement agencies in a vehicle procession drove by the hospital to salute and honor all medical and frontline personnel assisting the community during the coronavirus pandemic.
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LANSING, Mich. (AP) — The Michigan health department is reporting 22 more deaths from COVID-19. It also says roughly 45,000 people have recovered. The total number of confirmed deaths in the state is 5,767. Nearly 60,000 people have tested positive and an additional 6,000 are listed as probable. Barbershops, salons and spas are allowed to open Monday after months without business. Cans and bottles with 10-cent deposits also can be returned that day to stores that have machines. Michigan residents likely have returnables worth tens of millions of dollars.