Michigan: 18443 new COVID-19 cases, 277 more virus deaths over past two days

Michigan: 18443 new COVID-19 cases, 277 more virus deaths over past two days

That case total brought the state's total confirmed number of cases to 1,336,566 and deaths to 24,367 since the onset of the pandemic. Of the 277 deaths announced Friday, 169 were identified during a vital records review.
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