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Coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19)


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:  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. Testing capacity has been limited to date. All parts of the county should strictly adhere to Stay at Home Order and practice all safety guidance when needing to visit an essential business.

*This data may not match the numbers provided by MDHHS

Confirmed COVID-19 Cases

Count as of 10 a.m. on June 5, 2020

CountyCasesDeathsFatality Rate
Genesee County2,05124912.1%
The number of confirmed cases and the fatality rate are not accurate depictions of the prevalence and mortality of COVID-19 in Genesee County due to limited testing.

Percentage of Cases by Sex

Sex % of Overall Cases% of Deceased Cases
Male 42%57%
Female 58% 43%
Unknown< 1%0%
Totals may not add to 100%
due to rounding.

Percentage of Cases by Age

Age% of Overall Cases% of Deceased Cases
0 to 19 years2%0%
20 to 29 years 11%1%
30 to 39 years11%1%
40 to 49 years14%4%
50 to 59 years20%9%
60 to 69 years18%21%
70 to 79 years12%24%
80+ years13%40%
Totals may not add to 100% due to rounding.

Age Data of Overall Confirmed Cases

Average Age55 years
Median Age56 years
Age Range10 – 102 years

Age Data of Overall Deceased

Average Age74 years
Median Age76 years
Age Range27 – 101 years

Cases by Zip Code**

Zip CodeFrequency%
484201457.1%
48423864.2%
484301025%
48433793.9%
48436110.5%
48437< 5< 1%
48438150.7%
4843926512.9%
4844260.3%
48449< 5< 1%
48451402%
48457211%
48458813.9%
4846370.3%
48473592.9%
4850290.4%
485031728.3%
4850424512%
485051828.9%
48506844.1%
485071346.5%
48509361.8%
48519361.8%
48529391.9%
485321668.1%
Other271.3%
Total2,051100%
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.

COVID-19 Testing in Genesee County

ResultsFrequency%
Positive2,05118%
Negative8,65476%
Pending6956%
Total11,400100%
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.

Cases by Hospitalization


Hospitalized

Number

Percentage
Yes39319%
No1,40969%
Deceased24912%
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 American42%46%
Caucasian46%47%
Other2%< 1%
Multiple Races1%< 1%
Unknown8%5%
Totals may not add to 100% due to rounding.

Cases by Ethnicity

Ethnicity% of Overall Cases% of Deceased Cases
Hispanic/
Latino
3%< 1%
Non-Hispanic Latino79%81%
Unknown18%19%
Totals may not add to 100% due to rounding.

Cases by City of Residence**

CityFrequency%
Argentine Township70.3%
Atlas Township130.6%
Burton1306.3%
Clayton Township130.6%
Clio663.2%
Davison492.4%
Davison Township361.8%
Fenton884.3%
Fenton Township321.6%
Flint83040.4%
Flint Township1356.6%
Flushing492.4%
Flushing Township201%
Forest Township< 5< 1%
Gaines80.4%
Gaines Township90.4%
Genesee Township261.3%
Goodrich70.3%
Grand Blanc1587.7%
Grand Blanc Township1025%
Lennon< 5< 1
Linden190.9%
Montrose110.5%
Montrose Township100.5%
Mount Morris< 5< 1%
Mount Morris Township773.7%
Mundy Township201%
Otisville50.2%
Richfield Township< 5< 1%
Swartz Creek281.4%
Thetford Townshi6< 5< 1%
Vienna Township733.6%
Other160.8%
Total2,051100%
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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