COVID Outbreaks in Michigan Schools


New and ongoing school-related outbreaks have led to more than 4,000 Michigan residents becoming infected by the novel coronavirus.

That’s according to data released Monday by the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services. This includes nearly 200 students and staff at 46 K-to-12 schools.

However, the bulk of the cases appear to be on or around 26 college campuses across the state, representing more than 3800 COVID-19 cases.

The outbreaks have affected dozens of staff at 26 K-to-12 schools as well as at the University of Michigan, Western Michigan, Saginaw Valley State, and Calvin and Adrian Colleges.