(WXYZ) — There are now 132 deaths and 5,486 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the state of Michigan, state officials announced Sunday.
That's an additional 21 deaths from Saturdays numbers, with more than 5,000 positive cases reported. Detroit has the largest number of positive cases in the state with a total 1,542.
The age range of the cases are:
0 to 19 years 1%
20 to 29 years 8%
30 to 39 years 13%
40 to 49 years 17%
50 to 59 years 19%
60 to 69 years 20%
70 to 79 years 14%
80+ years 8%
On Friday, President Donald Trump approved Michigan's disaster declaration. The declaration ordered federal assistance to supplement state, tribal and local recovery efforts in the areas affected by the coronavirus pandemic beginning on January 20 and continuing.
Whitmer said it will help provide meals to those who need them, provide rental assistance for temporary housing, therapy for residents whose mental health is affected by COVID-19 and much more.
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"The only tool we have to fight this is to stay home," Whitmer said. "It is important that people know this order is not optional and it is not a recommendation."
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is assessing facilities for the possible conversion into alternate care facilities as part of the effort to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Personnel from FEMA, USACE and state/local emergency management and medical personnel are conducting initial and in-depth site assessments at multiple locations.
Detroit began its drive-thru coronavirus testing on Friday.
Additional Coronavirus information and resources:
Click here for a page with resources including a COVID-19 overview from the CDC, details on cases in Michigan, a timeline of Governor Gretchen Whitmer's orders since the outbreak, coronavirus' impact on Southeast Michigan, and links to more information from the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services, the CDC and the WHO.
View a global coronavirus tracker with data from Johns Hopkins University.
Find out how you can help metro Detroit restaurants struggling during the pandemic.
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