Cheboygan and other towns across Michigan are putting proactive measures in place to quell the spread of COVID-19. Disruptions to school, work, and major public gatherings are already manifesting and it’s important to stay up to date on what’s happening in the Cheboygan, MI community.

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Michigan COVID-19 Cases

Michigan New Coronavirus Cases: 2097
Michigan Total Coronavirus Cases: 2,836,167
Michigan New Coronavirus Deaths: 23
Michigan Total Coronavirus Deaths: 38,624
U.S. New Coronavirus Cases: 36,714
U.S. Total Coronavirus Cases: 98,104,113
U.S. New Coronavirus Deaths: 370
U.S. Total Coronavirus Deaths: 1,083,798
Last updated September 29 2022
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Coronavirus News for Cheboygan

Masks recommended in just 1 Michigan county this week, CDC says

Only 1 Michigan county is at a high CDC COVID-19 Community Level this week, while 25 others are at a medium level. More info »

MLive - 09/30/2022 04:21am

Here's how to get free COVID-19 tests for households in Michigan

Michiganders can still get free COVID-19 tests from the State of Michigan, thanks to a partnership with the Rockefeller Foundation. More info »

WXYZ - 09/30/2022 02:45am

Michigan reports 14,678 new COVID-19 cases, 160 deaths

Michigan had a positivity rate of 15.1% Monday, reporting that 2,035 of 11,460 diagnostic test results returned were positive. More info »

Detroit Free Press on MSN - 09/27/2022 07:19am

Michigan averaging 14,678 COVID-19 cases this week

Coronavirus cases are still going up for multiple counties in the mid-Michigan, but not across the state. In fact, cases across the state have gone down in the last week. More info » on MSN - 09/27/2022 07:31am

Michigan adds 14,678 cases, 160 deaths from COVID-19 over last week

Tuesday’s additions bring the state's overall totals to 2,836,167 cases and 38,624 deaths since the virus was first detected here in March 2020. More info »

Detroit News - 09/27/2022 06:37am

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