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LANSING, Mich. (AP) — Michigan is reporting more than 3,000 new confirmed cases of the coronavirus — the highest yet during the pandemic — amid what a top health official calls “alarming increases” in infections around the state. The 3,338 new COVID-19 cases reported Saturday by the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services surpasses the state’s previous single-day record of 2,030 new cases set on Oct. 15. The state agency also reported Saturday 35 more deaths, raising Michigan’s pandemic toll to 7,182 deaths. Dr.


NEW (OCT. 14): 

Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb says he'll announce a decision Wednesday on the mask mandate that is set to expire Saturday. Indiana's nearly 1,300 COVID-19 hospitalizations as of Monday are up 70% in the past three weeks. 

(Lauren Chapman/IPB News)

For consecutive days, Indiana logged record numbers of new COVID-19 cases on the state’s dashboard, but that's not prompting a policy response from the governor.

Friday, more than 1,832 cases were counted, an increase of nearly 400 from Thursday's record high.


The latest data released by the Indiana State Dept. of Health shows that on Oct. 1st the state hit a new high in daily COVID-19 cases. 

Thursday the state saw 1,495 new cases. 

As Indiana Public Broadcasting reported just two days ago, the state’s positivity rate is up and hospitalizations are at their highest level in a month. Two weeks ago, Indiana’s rate of COVID-19 spread was the sixth best in the nation. It’s now it's the fourth worst.

Gov. Holcomb just moved the state to Stage 5, the least restrictive phase in the reopening plan, as of last weekend. 


Indiana saw its daily COVID-19 cases spike to a new all time high yesterday of just under 1,500, at 1,497. 

 The Indiana State Department of Health says this is due in part to a lab reporting error that has been corrected. That correction resulted in the addition of 462 positive cases.  The state also reported 17 new deaths as of Thursday.  


The Indiana State Dept. of Health's latest COVID-19 testing figures show that on Thursday, Sept. 10th, the state hit a new all time high in positive coronavirus cases. 

1,282 new cases were reported. That is the highest daily number since the pandemic started. Ten new COVID-19 deaths were reported Thursday. The state's 7-day positivity rate for testing is 7%. 

Previously the highest number of cases reported on any given day in Indiana had been 1,279 cases on August 6th. 

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NEW (Posted Aug. 10):

ISDH will host two free testing sites in Elkhart County Tuesday (Aug. 11) through Saturday (Aug. 15) of this week: