COVID-19 tracker: positive cases and potential exposure sites in NoMI

Mar 24, 2020

 

A notice attached to a Traverse City playground warns of potential COVID-19 contamination.
Credit Taylor Wizner / Interlochen Public Radio

State-confirmed presumptive positive COVID-19 cases in northern Michigan:

Last updated April 8, 2020 at 10:45 p.m.

 

Antrim: 6

Charlevoix: 8

Cheboygan: 10 (1 death)

Chippewa: 1

Clare: 2

Crawford: 5 (1 death)

Delta: 8

Dickinson: 2 (1 death)

Emmet: 15 (2 deaths)

Gogebic: 3 (1 death)

Grand Traverse: 15 (3 deaths)

Houghton: 1

Kalkaska: 10 (2 death)

Leelanau: 4

Luce: 1

Mackinac: 3

Manistee: 9

Marquette: 18 (2 deaths)

Mecosta: 8 (1 death)

Missaukee: 1 (1 death)

Newaygo: 3

Oceana: 3 (1 death)

Osceola: 3

Otsego: 29 (2 deaths)

Roscommon: 6

Wexford: 7

 

 

Cases are listed by where patients reside, not the county where they were tested. The results are presumed positive until the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention confirms the tests in their lab.

Potential COVID-19 exposure sites in northern Michigan

 

People who visited the Holiday Station Store on South Airport Road between March 26 and March 29 may have been exposed to the coronavirus.

 

Shoppers at the Petoskey Meijer in the afternoon and evening on Saturday, March 21 and Sunday, March 22 may have been minimally exposed to COVID-19.

 

Passengers on Delta flight DL4991 from Detroit to Traverse City on Monday, March 16, which landed at about 5 p.m., should self-quarantine, the Grand Traverse County Health Department says. People who shopped at Target on Sunday, March 22 from 5-6 p.m. should also monitor themselves for COVID-19 like symptoms.

 

People who dined at Bennethum's Northern Inn in Gaylord on March 12 from 5 to 8 p.m. and March 14 from 8 to 10:30 p.m. may also have been exposed to the disease, the Health Department of Northwest Michigan says.

Things to remember about the case count

There are still a limited number of COVID-19 tests in the state, and health care providers are only testing the residents that meet all the screening recommendations from the CDC. 

There are also many tests still pending. Even as testing capacity has increased in recent days, it still takes a few days to get back results because the number of people getting tested has also increased.

Local health departments are also monitoring people who suspect they have COVID-19 but who have not been able to get tested.

More information about COVID-19

The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services 

COVID-19 hotline 1-888-535-6136

Visit: Michigan.gov/Coronavirus

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Visit: CDC.gov/Coronavirus

Benzie-Leelanau Health Department

Visit: http://www.bldhd.org/coronavirus-covid-19

District Health Department #10 (serving Crawford, Kalkaska, Lake, Manistee, Mason, Mecosta, Missaukee, Newaygo, Oceana, and Wexford counties)

Visit: https://www.dhd10.org/

Grand Traverse County 

Visit: gtcountycovid19.com and Facebook page

The Grand Traverse County Health Department 

Call: 231-995-6801

Visit: http://gtchd.org/2231/COVID-19-Novel-Coronavirus

The Health Department of Northwest Michigan (serving Charlevoix, Emmet, Antrim and Otsego counties)

Hotline: 1-800-386-5959

Email: publichealthinfoline@nwhealth.org

Visit:  nwhealth.org/covid19 or the Health Department's Facebook Page.

Munson COVID-19 Hotline: 231-935-0951

McLaren Northern Michigan Hotline: 231-487-5550