(WXYZ) — There are 216,804 total confirmed cases of COVID-19 and 7,640 deaths in Michigan, the state reported Monday.
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That's up 9,010 cases from the last report on Saturday and represents an average increase of 4,505 new confirmed cases per day.
Today's numbers come one day after Michigan set a single-day record with 6,225 cases reported Saturday.
Dr. Joneigh Khaldun, the state's chief medical executive, said Michigan could see up to 100 deaths per day from COVID-19 by the end of December if we don't change our behaviors.
The last time the state reported 100 or more deaths from COVID-19 in a single day was on April 30 with 101 deaths. The highest one-day death total was on April 16 with 164 deaths.
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