County Shares City by City Data on Coronavirus Cases

County Shares City by City Data on Coronavirus Cases

(Crystal A Proxmire, March 30, 2020)

Pontiac, MI – Oakland County Executive Dave Coulter announced Monday afternoon a dashboard feature that allows residents to see the number of COVID-19 Coronavirus cases per city.

The map can be seen at https://www.oakgov.com/covid.

The map will be updated each evening.  Darker areas have more cases.

Coulter cautioned that “It is not an indication of the safety in a community,” stating that numbers are also a reflection of access to testing and access to healthcare  “This is in every community,” he said  “Stay at home and take the precautions we have spoken about.”

Coulter said that as of Monday there are 1391 cases, ranging in age from 14 days old to 97 years old.  There have been 59 deaths, with those ranging in age from 36-92 years old.  Just yesterday there were 29 deaths.

“This is going to be a tough week,” he said.  “The numbers we see now are people who are impacted a week to ten days ago… We doubled our deaths since last week, we’re going to see the numbers rise this week and we need to be ready for that.. The numbers and the capacity for our health systems make me think this is going to be the most challenging week yet.”

Oakland County continues to collect donations of masks, face shields and other medical necessities.  There is need for over 200,000 face masks and 230 more ventilators.  Over 40,000 masks have already been donated   Here is info on what items are needed and how to donate them.

Here are the numbers extracted from the map on March 30:

48442 – 3 cases – Holly, Rose, Highland

48462 – 1 case – Brandon, Ortonville, Groveland

48371 – 3 cases – Oxford, Brandon

48370 – 2 cases – Addison

48367 – 0 cases – Addison

48350 – 1 case – Springfield

48346 – 3 cases – Clarkston, Independence

48348 – 9 cases – Independence

48362 – 5 cases – Lake Orion

48360 – 4 cases – Orion

48363 – 3 cases – Oakland Twp

48359 – 1 case – Orion

48306 – 8 cases – Rochester Hills, Oakland Twp

48357 – 2 cases – Highland

48356 – 1 case – Highland

48383 – 2 cases – White Lake

48386 – 1 case – White Lake

48327 – 5 cases – Waterford

48329 – 3 cases – Waterford

48328 – 8 cases – Waterford

48326 – 10 cases – Lake Angelus, Auburn Hills

48307 – 16 cases – Rochester, Rochester Hills

48309 – 12 cases – Rochester Hills

48342 – 17 cases – Pontiac

48341 – 20 cases – Pontiac

48320 – 1 case – Sylvan Lake, Keego Harbor

48380 – 1 case – Milford

48381 – 3 cases – Milford

48382 – 3 cases – Commerce

48390 – 11 cases – Walled Lake, Wolverine Lake

48393 – 5 cases – Wixom

48329 – 9 cases – Orchard Lake

48323 – 20 cases – West Bloomfield

48322 – 72 cases – West Bloomfield

48302 – 26 cases – Pontiac, Bloomfield Hills

48304 – 24 cases – Bloomfield Hills

48009 – 16 cases – Birmingham

48098 – 18 cases – Troy

48085 – 7 cases – Troy

48084 – 12 cases – Troy

48083 – 25 cases – Troy

48071 – 6 cases – Clawson

48178 – 12 cases – South Lyon

48165 – 3 cases – Lyon Twp

48167 – 7 cases – Lyon Twp, Northville

48374 – 5 cases – Novi

48375 – 10 cases – Novi

48377 – 21 cases – Novi

48331 – 33 cases – Farmington Hills

48334 – 26 cases – Farmington Hills

48335 – 34 cases – Farmington, Farmington Hills

48336 – 33 cases – Farmington, Farmington Hills

48025 – 21 cases – Franklin, Beverly Hills

48035 – 54 cases – Southfield

48033 – 70 cases – Southfield

48075 – 74 cases – Southfield

48076 – 112 cases – Southfield

48067 – 14 cases – Royal Oak

48073 – 37 cases – Royal Oak

48072 – 16 cases – Berkley

48237 – 117 cases – Oak Park

48070 – 4 cases – Huntington Woods

48071 – 32 cases – Madison Hts

48069 – 1 case – Pleasant Ridge

48220 – 31 cases – Ferndale, Royal Oak Twp

48030 – 10 cases – Hazel Park

Information around this outbreak is changing rapidly. The latest information is available at Michigan.gov/Coronavirus and CDC.gov/Coronavirus.

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