Dr. Joneigh Khaldun

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The number of COVID-19 cases in Michigan is at the highest case rate since the beginning of early last May.

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Colleges and universities are a huge source of Covid-19-related outbreaks in the state.

Speaking at a news conference this afternoon (WED) Michigan’s Chief Medical Executive Doctor Joneigh Khaldun says that’s the reason the number of Coronavirus infections are going up in some regions.

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Overall case rates of Covid-19 are dropping in Michigan – but some regions are seeing increases.

Speaking at a news conference this morning (THU) Chief Medical Executive Doctor Joneigh Khaldun says areas around Lansing, Grand Rapids and Jackson are seeing a rise in coronavirus cases – while Detroit, Saginaw and the UP are trending downward.