COVID-19

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COVID-19 Update Center

Do you have questions about Coronavirus (COVID-19)? Call the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services Hotline at 1-888-535-6136.

 

Announcement: We will no longer be providing "Return to Work" letters. Please follow the CDC guidance on isolation and quarantine.

 

If you have tested positive for COVID-19, it may take several days before you receive a call from MMDHD. In the meantime, please:

  • Isolate at least 10 days from the onset of symptoms. If you have no symptoms, isolate for 10 days from the date of your positive test. After 10 days, you may end isolation if it's been 24 hours with no fever without the use of fever-reducing medications and your COVID-19 symptoms (cough, shortness of breath, etc.) have improved.
  • Notify your close contacts. Someone with COVID-19 can spread the virus beginning 48 hours (two days) before symptoms start or 48 hours (two days) before testing positive.

If you have been identified as a close contact, it may be several days before you receive a call from MMDHD or Trace Force, a statewide notification system that partners with local health departments. In the meantime, please:

  • Self-quarantine for 14 days from your last contact with the COVID positive person (while they were considered contagious).
  • Monitor yourself for symptoms. If you do not develop symptoms, follow quarantine guidelines. If symptoms arise, get tested. Testing locations can be found at www.michigan.gov/coronavirustest or by calling 211. If you test positive for COVID-19 you should follow home isolation guidelines. If you test negative, you still need to complete the 14 day quarantine.
  • Contacts of a contact do not need to quarantine but should monitor themselves for symptoms.

 

Cases and Deaths By County

Note: There are currently 1,961 RECOVERED in the district.

County Cases Deaths
Clinton 2352 22
Gratiot 1333 29
Montcalm 1571 22

Probable Cases By County*
*A symptom-based strategy is used to determine probable cases

County Probable Cases
Clinton 184
Gratiot 112
Montcalm 153

COVID-19 Michigan case count (MDHHS)
COVID-19 U.S. case count (CDC)
COVID-19 Worldwide case counts (Johns Hopkins)
COVID-19 County level data (NACCHO)
To get in-depth county-level information, click on this link, scroll to the bottom of the page and enter in the county you'd like information for. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

COVID cases & deaths
COVID daily confirmed cases

Support Resources

Families and Individuals

COVID-19 Positive Self Reporting Form

MI COVID Alert Mobile App
Where to get tested for COVID-19
Contact tracing explained
What You Need to Know About COVID-19 (CDC) 
Information for Residents (MDHHS)
Pregnant Women and Children
How to protect yourself
What to do if you get sick
Older adults with medical conditions

Do you need food, housing, transportation or financial assistance?
Call 211
Mid-Michigan District Health Department's Pathways Program
United Way of Montcalm and Ionia Counties
Capital Area United Way
United Way of Gratiot and Isabella Counties
Eight CAP

Schools
School Update 11-19-20: Power Point
School Update 11-19-20: Recording
School Update 11-19-20: Data Table

School Update 11-12-20: Power Point
School Update 11-12-20: Recording
School Update 11-12-20: Data Table

School Update 11-5-20: Power Point
School Update 11-5-20: Recording
School Update 11-5-20: Data Table

School Update 10-29-20: Power Point
School Update 10-29-20: Recording

School Update 10-22-20: Power Point
School Update 10-22-20: Recording
School Update10-22-20: Data Table
School Update 10-22-20: Traveling for the Holidays
School Update 10-22-20: Celebrating the Holidays
School Update 10-22-20: Air Quality Best Practices
School Update 10-22-20: MDHHS Guidance for Band, Choir and Orchestra

School Update 10-15-20: Data Table
School Update 10-15-20: MDHHS Guidance for Band, Choir, and Orchestra

School Update 10-8-20: Power Point
School Update 10-8-20: Recording
School Update 10-8-20: Data Table
School Update 10-8-20: Notification Template
School Update 10-8-20: COVID Reporting Dashboard
School Update 10-8-20: Epidemic Orders
School Update 10-8-20: Emergency Orders Gatherings and Masks
School Update 10-8-20: Emergency Order Reporting Confirmed and Positive Cases in Schools
School Update 10-8-20: COVID Symptoms vs Other Illnesses

School Update 10-1-20: Contact Tracing Flow Chart
School Update 10-1-20: Data Table

Return to School Toolkit (updated 9-28-20)

School Update 9-24-20: Power Point
School Update 9-24-20: Recording (part 1)
School Update 9-24-20: Recording (part 2)
School Update 9-24-20: Data Table
School Update 9-24-20: Screener flow chart and Student Screener

School Update 9-17-20 Power Point
School Update 9-17-20: Recording
School Update 9-17-20: Data

School Update 9-10-20: Power Point
School Update 9-10-20: Recording
School Update 9-10-20 Communications Guide

School Update 9-3-20: Power Point
School Update 9-3-20: Recording
Current Risk Level by County
Handling Sick Students Flow Chart

School Update 8-27-20: Power Point
School Update 8-27-20: Recording
Meal-Service-Models
COVID Parent Letter Template
County Case Rates
Spectrum Health School Resources
Interim Cafeterias and Food Service Guidance
Oregon Resources
Planning and Responding to COVID-19 Scenarios in Schools
School Scenario Flowcharts
Ready Schools Safe Learners Guidance

School Update 8-20-20: Power Point
School Update 8-20-20: recording
Teacher Talk Power Point
COVID-19 School Resource Library
Video for Staff
Harvard Report for Reopening

School Update 8-13-20: Power Point
School Update 8-13-20: recording

School Update 8-6-20: Power Point
School Update 8-6-20: recording
School Update 8-6-20: Dr. Morse explains MI Safe Start Map
FAQs for Schools

Presentation to Schools PowerPoint 7/15/20
Presentation to Schools video 7/15/20

CDC Handouts for Schools 7-30-20
Process for a COVID-19 Case at school 7-30-20

Protecting and Educating Children During the Pandemic
Reopening America's Schools: A Public Health Approach
CDC Resources for Schools/Colleges/Universities
Approved Disinfectants
Guidance from the CDC
Guidance for Higher Education

Childcare
MDHHS Resources and reopening guidance

Businesses/Employers
We will no longer be providing "Return to Work" letters. Please follow the CDC guidance on isolation and quarantine.

10/15/20 MIOSHA emergency rules for employers
10/15/20 MIOSHA emergency rules press release
10/15/20 MIOSHA emergency rules infographic
Employers and employees with questions may call the MIOSHA hotline at 855-723-3219.

Reporting Positive Employee/contact tracing form
Print resources and signage for businesses
Workplace Toolkit
Agricultural Toolkit for Employers

MI Safe Start Plan
COVID-19 Workplace Health Screening Form
How to keep the workplace safe

Is your busines in need of PPE?
MI Small Business Association Members
MI Chamber of Commerce

Healthcare
Supporting Emotional Health of Healthcare Workers
Quick Sheet for Symptomatic Healthcare Employees
Healthcare Worker with High-Risk Exposure
MDHHS Coronavirus for Health Professionals

Dental
CDC Guidance

Long-Term Care
Congregate Toolkit

First Responders/Law Enforcement
CDC Resources
First Responder Tool Kit

Correctional and Detention Facilities
Guidance from the CDC

Faith-Based and Community Organizations
CDC resources
Holding Services During a Pandemic Toolkit

Retirement Communities
Guidance from the CDC

Homeless Shelters
How to Help Support the Homeless
Congregate Toolkit

Travelers
CDC Travel Guidance

Restaurants
Restaurant Reopening Information (June 8, 2020)
Roadmap to Reopening (MI Restaurant & Lodging Association)
Sign - Must Wear Mask
COVID-19 Workplace Screening Form
FDA FAQs
Food Service License Application 2020-2021