(WXYZ) — There are now 223,277 confirmed cases of COVID-19 and 7,724 total deaths, the state reported Tuesday.
That's a new single-day record of 6,473 cases.
Additionally, there were 84 new deaths reported Tuesday, according to data from the state.
Michigan continues to see record COVID-19 case numbers, and with the rise in cases comes an increase in hospitalizations.
Over the past 26 days, Michigan has seen a 215% increase in hospitalizations, a 146% increase in patients on ventilators and a 137% increase in patients in the ICU.
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