COVID-19 Data Dashboard
To see State of Michigan data, please visit MI Safe Start Dashboard
The MMDHD Data Dashboard is designed to provide the most up-to-date information on the impact of COVID-19 on our three-county jurisdiction. Note: this dashboard is not currently being updated. For up-to-date information, visit the MI Safe Start Dashboard
- PLEASE NOTE: When updating the data dashboard, there is a slight delay for all the numbers to update. If the numbers look the same as yesterday, check back again – it could take a half hour or more from publishing the new data for it to show up.
- Note on Confirmed cases: Confirmed cases only include people who test positive for COVID-19.
- Note on Probable cases: Probable cases are identified as close contacts of confirmed cases who develop symptoms; they may become confirmed cases if they test positive. They could also be identified as individuals who had all the symptoms of COVID-19 but were not tested. *Probable cases also include cases that test positive by Rapid Antigen testing.
- Note on Contact Tracing: Contact tracing represents the number of individuals MMDHD identifies as close contacts to positive COVID-19 cases who are being monitored but are not showing symptoms. Numbers shown include the total of those actively being monitored in each county, those that have completed the monitoring process, and a cumulative total in each county.
- Note on Case Counts: Use caution when interpreting case count information. The true number of COVID-19 cases is likely higher than we know. MMDHD numbers may not match state numbers exactly due to timing of updates and location where a confirmed case resides. For example, if a confirmed case resides in another state but traveled to one of our counties, became sick, was tested here, and recuperated at a residence in one of our counties, the state would count that individual in the “Other States” column but MMDHD would put the count in the county where the individual was tested and is recuperating.
- Some people who have COVID-19 will be asymptomatic (not show symptoms) and therefore may not be tested.
- Laboratories may be backlogged with tests, so results can take days. In some cases, sick individuals may recover before their case is added to local, state, and national counts.