(WXYZ) — From now on, the State of Michigan will publish COVID-19 data on Tuesdays and Fridays.
Previously, the state published data Monday through Saturday, but recently began excluding weekends before reducing updates to Tuesdays and Fridays.
COVID-19 case rates have been steadily declining in Michigan. Last month, Dr. Joneigh Khaldun said Michigan is now at the lowest COVID-19 case rate since the pandemic started nearly 15 months ago.
As of July 2, more than 9 million vaccines doses have been administered, with 56.5% of the state's population fully vaccinated. The state's first-dose vaccine tracker will continue to be updated daily.
The state is also working to continue to vaccinate Michiganders with vaccine sweepstakes that offer up to $5 million in prizes.
Michigan has recently dropped almost all COVID-19 restrictions across the state.
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