Michigan health department reports over 33,000 recovered from COVID-19

by: WOODTV.com staff

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) — State health official report 33,168 people have recovered from COVID-19, meaning they are still alive a month after the onset of symptoms. 

Per data released Saturday, 452 virus cases were confirmed Friday, bringing the total to 54,365 since the outbreak began in March.

Health dept. officials also recorded 65 more deaths linked to the virus for a total of 5,223. The state says 44 of the newly recorded deaths were identified during its review of death certificates.  

Kent County recorded two new deaths, bringing the total to 67. It has recorded 3,308 cases, 77 more than the day prior.

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