(WXYZ) — Per Henry Ford Health System, 1,057 COVID-19 patients have been discharged in the last 30 days.
Overall, Henry Ford says 4,395 patients tested positive while 6,870 patients tested negative.
There is a total of 648 COVID-19 patients currently admitted at Henry Ford hospitals.
The average length of stay in the hospital is 7.07 days. The average length of stay in the intensive care unit is 9.5 days.
As of Friday, 1,281 deaths and 22,783 confirmed cases of COVID-19 were reported in Michigan. The state still ranks third in the country for cases and deaths, behind New York and New Jersey.
Henry Ford Health System, currently has more than 33,000 team members working to save patients and fight the coronavirus.
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