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Coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19)


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On December 21st at 12:01am, a new Epidemic Order went into effect which allows some activities to resume. This order will be in effect through January 15th. Find more information here.

Healthcare Offices: find information on COVID-19 vaccinations for your staff, here.

Genesee County Case Updates

Below is a cumulative count of cases within Genesee County. This data will be updated ONCE daily at 2 p.m. and is based on the totals as of 10 a.m.

Note on cumulative counts: This report is provisional and subject to change.  As public health investigations of individual cases continue, there will be corrections to the status and details of referred cases that result in changes to this report.

Note on Lab Data: Genesee County Health Department has transitioned from utilizing lab result data from MDSS to MDHHS MIHAN for accuracy as of 7/30/20.

**Note:  City of residence and zip code data are not a complete picture of community exposure since they only reflect case addresses of record for positive test results and not necessarily where COVID-19 exposure occurred.

*NEW* Effective 10/28/20, the cumulative number and percentage of cases by location of residence has been modified based on the application of a more accurate methodology for geolocating street addresses.

*This data may not match the numbers provided by MDHHS

^ Check out the Data Dashboard for a visual representation of COVID-19 data

^ Check out the dashboard for a visual representation of COVID-19 disparities

For Genesee County risk level, click here.

Confirmed COVID-19 Cases

Count as of 10 a.m. on January 14, 2021

CountyCasesDeathsFatality Rate
Genesee County20,1136173.1%

COVID-19 Testing in Genesee County

ResultsFrequency%
Positive22,7828.7%
Negative240,04291.3%
Total262,824100%
Positivity Rate**8.1%
*Counts of specimens tested may not equal the number of people tested for COVID-19. People may have more than one test or may have their test from an out of state lab. Total may not add to 100% due to rounding.
**7-day average of percent positive persons updated weekly, each Thursday.

Cumulative Tests and Cumulative % Positive

*Effective 12/15/2020: GCHD has adopted a new method of visualizing number of tests and daily positivity. While the previous figure featured CUMULATIVE tests and % positivity over time, this new figure indicates number of COVID-19 tests performed and % positivity for each day INDIVIDUALLY.

How to read this graph: The orange line shows daily number of tests, and corresponds to the axis on the left. The blue line shows % positivity for each day, and corresponds to the axis on the right.

Percentage of Cases by Sex

Sex % of Overall Cases% of Deceased Cases
Male 44%57%
Female 54% 43%
Unknown2%< 1%
Totals may not add to 100%
due to rounding.

Percentage of Cases by Age

Age% of Overall Cases% of Deceased Cases
0 to 19 years12%0%
20 to 29 years 17%< 1%
30 to 39 years14%1%
40 to 49 years16%3%
50 to 59 years17%9%
60 to 69 years13%19%
70 to 79 years8%28%
80+ years5%39%
Totals may not add to 100% due to rounding.

Age Data of Overall Confirmed Cases

Average Age44 years
Median Age44 years
Age Range1 month – 105 years

Age Data of Overall Deceased

Average Age74 years
Median Age76 years
Age Range27 – 105 years

Cases by Zip Code**

Effective 1/12/2021, the methodology for generating geographic coordinates has been updated, which may cause some cases to move into different jurisdictions. As a result, the number of cases for some municipalities may have changed.

Zip CodeFrequency%
48411150.1%
48415<5<0.1%
48418500.2%
4842010725.3%
484218< 0.1%
484231,5257.6%
48429< 5< 0.1%
484301,2876.4%
484331,1565.7%
484361560.8%
48437240.1%
484382781.4%
484392,74913.7%
48442660.3%
48449350.2%
484518574.3%
484572801.4%
484587763.9%
484626< 0.1%
484631760.9%
48464< 5< 0.1%
4847310845.4%
485021360.7%
485039814.9%
4850411495.7%
485057913.9%
4850610195.1%
485071,5907.9%
485094402.2%
485194062.0%
485293721.8%
4853210065.0%
48746270.1%
Unknown5892.9%
Total20,113100%
This is a preliminary report and subject to change. Counts less than 5 are marked “< 5” to protect the privacy and possible identification of positive cases.
Totals may not add to 100% due to rounding.

Cases by Hospitalization


Hospitalized

Number

Percentage
Yes1,6298%
No17,86789%
Deceased6173.0%
Indicates the current health and/or institutional status of the patient. It is not intended to gather historical case information. Totals may not add to 100% due to rounding.

Cases by Race

Race% of Overall Cases% of Deceased Cases
Asian/Pacific Islander<1%1%
Black or African American15%31%
Caucasian43%57%
Other2%<1%
Multiple Races1%< 1%
Unknown38%11%
Totals may not add to 100% due to rounding.

Cases by Ethnicity

Ethnicity% of Overall Cases% of Deceased Cases
Hispanic/
Latino
2%1%
Non-Hispanic Latino53%75%
Unknown44%24%
Totals may not add to 100% due to rounding.

Cases by City of Residence**

Effective 1/12/2021, the methodology for generating geographic coordinates has been updated, which may cause some cases to move into different jurisdictions. As a result, the number of cases for some municipalities may have changed.

CityFrequency%
Argentine Township3932.0%
Atlas Township3401.7%
City of Burton1,3426.7%
City of Clio1320.7%
City of Davison2921.5%
City of Fenton6423.2%
City of Flint3,82219.0%
City of Flushing3661.8%
City of Grand Blanc5072.5%
City of Linden2051.0%
City of Montrose710.4%
City of Mt. Morris1320.6%
City of Swartz Creek2851.4%
Clayton Township3171.6%
Davison Township9164.6%
Fenton Township9854.9%
Flint Township1,6368.1%
Flushing Township4502.2%
Forest Township1420.7%
Gaines Township2751.4%
Genesee Township9294.6%
Grand Blanc Township2,04710.2%
Montrose Township2481.2%
Mt. Morris Township8474.2%
Mundy Township7193.6%
Richfield Township3591.8%
Thetford Township2751.4%
Vienna Township7253.6%
Village of Gaines9< 0.1%
Village of Goodrich760.4%
Village of Otisville400.2%
Unknown5892.9%
Total20,113100%
This is a preliminary report and subject to change. Counts less than 5 are marked “< 5” to protect the privacy and possible identification of positive cases.
Totals may not add to 100% due to rounding.


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