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State health officials say the number of positive coronavirus cases in Michigan has jumped again.

 

The latest total is 5,486 statewide, 836 in the last day. 

 

There are now 132 deaths linked to the virus. The average age of COVID-19 death is 64.4 year old old, according to state data. 

 

Most of the cases continue to be in Detroit who reports almost 1,100 cases -- while the tri-county area of Wayne, Oakland and Macomb Counties combines for almost 2,000 of the state's COVID-19 cases. 

 

Locally, Mecosta County has had only one case of COVID-19 and one death linked to the virus. In Osceola County, state officials confirmed a second case of coronavirus on Sunday. 

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