(WXYZ) — Michigan reported another 7,146 new cases of COVID-19 yesterday and 175 new deaths, the state announced on Thursday.
Of those deaths, 112 were identified during a vital records review.
The state could pass 400,000 total cases by the end of the weekend.
That brings the total number of COVID-19 cases to 380,343 and the total number of deaths to 9,580 since the pandemic began.
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 Wednesday, there were around 198,500 active cases of the virus.
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