Michigan reported 2,057 new coronavirus cases and 122 new deaths for Thursday, May 13. Of the new deaths, 73 occurred prior to the last 24 hours and were identified in a vital records review.
The state is averaging 1,931 new cases and 59 new deaths per day over the last week, according to data from the Department of Health and Human Services. That’s the lowest seven-day case averages have been, and the first time below 2,000, since March 16.
Since the start of the pandemic, there have been 871,569 reported coronavirus cases and 18,467 deaths. Additionally, the state has reported 101,177 probable cases and 1,179 probable deaths, in which a physician and/or antigen test ruled it COVID-19 but no confirmatory PCR test was done.