(WXYZ) — Michigan has a total of 5,711 deaths and 59,278 confirmed cases of coronavirus, according to new numbers the state released Wednesday.
That's up 13 deaths and 171 cases from the day before.
Overall, 869,054 tests have been performed across the state.
On Monday, restaurants and bars were allowed to re-open in the state with capacity restrictions.
Several other types of businesses are expected to open in the next week. Learn more about that here.
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