(WXYZ) — There are 192,096 total cases of COVID-19 in Michigan and 7,419 total deaths, the state reported Wednesday.
That's up 4,101 cases –– a new single-day record high –– and 19 deaths from the day before.
On Tuesday, the number of deaths announced included 17 identified during a vital records review.
Additionally, there are now 20,064 probable cases of the virus in the state.
Overall, 121,093 have recovered from the virus, as of Oct. 30.
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