The number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 continues to skyrocket in Livingston County, including the high-profile positive test of state Rep. Ann Bollin, R-Brighton Township.
The quickly rising numbers in this county and the state are following the national trend.
The confirmed cases in Livingston County have shot up dramatically since Oct. 1, and in just the last two weeks, Livingston County’s added over 1,000 cases.
On Oct. 1, the number of confirmed cases was 1,514.
On Nov. 1, the number was 2,096, a gain of 582 cases.
On today, Nov. 13, Livingston County’s number stands at 3,153. That’s an increase of 1,057 cases.
We have more than doubled the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in the past six weeks.
According to the numbers on the Michigan.gov website, Livingston County’s total COVID cases — confirmed and probable — stands at 3,472. And there are currently 35 deaths, 34 of which are confirmed, and 1 is probable.
The number of COVID-19 tests administered in Livingston County is listed at 93,612.