(WXYZ) — There are 395,036 total confirmed cases of COVID-19 and 9,854 deaths in Michigan, the state reported Saturday.
That's up 6,004 cases and 193 deaths from the day before.
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The number of cases have gone down in the past week, the state said during a press conference Thursday, but does expect hospitalizations to increase in the coming weeks due to the holidays.
As of Dec. 4, a cumulative total of 197,750 people have recovered from the virus in Michigan, according to the state.
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