263 new COVID-19 cases reported statewide on Saturday, 1 new UP case

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Published: May. 30, 2020 at 3:40 PM EDT
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Another person with COVID-19 has died in Upper Michigan.

As of Saturday, May 30, cases in Michigan were up to 56,884, an increase of 263 new cases over Friday's numbers. The death rate in Michigan is at 5,463 total, with 57 new deaths. The deaths include 37 deaths during a Vital Records review.

In the Upper Peninsula, case numbers are at 116, including two Michigan Department of Corrections cases. There have also been 16 deaths reported.

There was one new case reported in the Upper Peninsula on Saturday, in Marquette County. That brings Marquette County's total up to 55 cases, with 11 deaths reported.

As of May 29, there have been 38,099 recoveries state-wide. Recovered cases are reported on Saturdays, with numbers through Friday.

As of Saturday, May 30, there have been at least 66 recoveries reported in the Upper Peninsula.

State data shows 7,205 diagnostic COVID-19 tests have been conducted in Upper Michigan. That count does not include the National Guard's surveillance testing at nursing homes and prisons. The U.P. has a 2.3% rate in diagnostic tests. The state has a 12.5% rate.

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