Michigan now has more than 300,000 confirmed cases of COVID-19.

That is just fifteen days after surpassing 200,000 cases on Nov. 6. 

Michigan first reached over 50,000 confirmed cases on May 15. In the late summer, Michigan reached over 100,000 confirmed cases. Six deaths were reported that Friday, Aug. 28.  

Then, on Nov. 6 and shortly after Election Day, Michigan surpassed 200,000 cases. There were 43 deaths reported. 

Now, during the second large surge of cases and just fifteen days later, the state reached 300,000 cases. 

Michigan reported 101 new deaths from COVID-19 and 7,528 new positive cases for the coronavirus, according to Saturday’s update from the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services. Fifty-nine of the 101 deaths were

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