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Risk Levels

1: uncontrolled growth

2: high risk

3: med-high risk

4: medium risk

5: low risk

6: post-pandemic

not assigned

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Update 6/29/20 based on data from 6/26: The risk level for Lansing has been increased to High Risk, due to the the recent 1 week increase above 40 new daily cases per million. The risk level for Grand Rapids has also increased to Medium-High risk, due to the recent 2-week increase rising above 20 new daily cases per million, as well as the increase in percent positivity during a time of increased testing. Due to recent increases in cases, all other regions are currently being closely monitored.
Map colors reflect official risk levels which convey the risk of spread of the epidemic in a region. They may differ from the MI Safe Start economic engagement phases and guidance, which can be found here. Determinations of risk levels are made for entire regions, based on individual indicators and other epidemiologic information. Individual indicators, shown on the right side, are computed for counties as well as regions.
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epidemic spread
public health capacity

Indicators, Trends, and Risk Determinations as of:

correctional facilities excluded from data

* Over previous 7 days

Color legend for case thresholds per million per day. Over 40=high; 20 to 40=medium high; 7 to 20=medium; less than 7=low
Color legend for percent positive test thresholds. Over 20 percent=high; 10 to 20 percent=medium high; 3-10 percent=medium; less than 3 percent=low