The curve continues to flatten in Michigan, as state officials report less than 700 additional cases Sunday, bringing the total to nearly 31,500 people who have tested positive for COVID-19.
83 people have died from the virus since the last update.
The Detroit metro area has been hit hardest with over 24,000 cases.
In the west central Michigan area, Isabella County continues to have the highest number of cases with 52 currently, Mecosta County has 12 cases, Montcalm county has 24 cases, Newaygo County has 7 cases and Osceola County has 6 cases of COVID-19.
The state is also reporting that 3,237 have recovered from the coronavirus.
Meantime, Governor Whitmer is expected to announce this week a plan to start reopening businesses.
The Governor says she's been talking with labor and business leaders to come up with the plan that keeps workers and the public safe.
She says she'll also be considering risks like if workers share tools and machinery, if they work with the public and if they are next to each other at their jobs.