COVID-19

WVBI COVID-19 Update for April 6, 2021

Yesterday’s COVID-19 data from the state included another bumper crop of new cases.  There were two days of data in the report as is always the case on Mondays with an average of 5,147 new cases a day.  There were 21 new deaths for the entire period. In our eight-county region there were an average of 85 new cases as day.  Over, six of those were in Charlevoix. There was one death, which was in Grand Traverse.

 

The state is averaging almost 6,000 new cases a day and 29 deaths.  The number of new deaths continues to be low in comparison to the number of new cases. But, COVID-19 hospitalization numbers continue to creep up.  They are at 14.2% of regular beds statewide and 20.3% of I-C-U beds. Overall hospitalization rates remain at normal levels.

 

Statewide positive test rate is at 15%. It’s 16.1% in our Safe Start Zone and seven percent for Charlevoix County. New case numbers are shown heading up on the dashboard for the state, our safe start zone and Charlevoix County.

 

On the island, no new tests.  No tests are pending.

 

Complete data for our region plus summaries for the state, the T-C safe start zone and the U-P are in today’s script online.

 

 

 

Cases

Deaths

Δ Cases

Δ Deaths

Totals

State

702499

16239

10293

21

Region

11931

221

169

1

TVC Zone

20541

449

297

1

UP

17486

400

58

1

Includes two days of data.

 

 

 

 

7 Day Rolling Averages

State

5961

29

 

Region

98

1

 

TVC Zone

171

2

 

UP

50

0

Note: Look back now 6 days divided by 7 to adj. for no Sunday data.

 

 

County

Cases

Deaths

Δ Cases

Δ Deaths

Region

Antrim

993

15

9

0

Benzie

862

31

5

0

Charlevoix

976

13

6

0

Emmet

1478

39

27

0

Grand Traverse

4551

67

61

1

Kalkaska

762

16

14

0

Leelanau

861

16

10

0

Otsego

1448

24

37

0

Link to data.

 

 

 

 

 

8807

Est. Active Cases (cases <31 days old)

State

107734

 

142

Region

2048

 

245

TVC Zone

3848

 

30

UP

988

Note: Look back now 26 days to adjust for 4 Sundays with no data.

 

Data from April 5, 2021

 

 

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