Michigan reported far fewer coronavirus cases in the week ending June 26, adding about 10,700 new cases. That’s down 31.4 percent from the previous week’s tally of just over 15,500 new cases of the virus that causes COVID-19.
St. Joseph County reported 37 cases. A week earlier, it had reported 60 cases. Throughout the pandemic, it has reported 14,092 cases and 209 deaths.
Cases fell in 74 Michigan counties, with the steepest declines in Wayne, Oakland and Washtenaw counties.
The biggest weekly outbreaks on a per-person basis were in Luce, Iron and Keweenaw counties.