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These numbers are posted each day by 12:00 Noon .  Recovered numbers will be posted on a weekly basis on Fridays beginning on Friday, May 15, 2020.

Report Date:  June 5, 2020 Number of Cases*
(Cumulative)
Number of Deaths*Recovered**
Jackson County 45928
376

NOTE:  Only change in numbers for today is under the Recovered section.  All others remained the same.

*These numbers do not reflect any cases or deaths identified through Michigan Department of Corrections.  Their numbers are listed under a separate category "Others" for the Michigan Statistics.

**Recovered is defined as the number of persons with a confirmed COVID-19 diagnosis who are alive 30 days post-onset (or referral date if onset is not available).

Gender
Number of Cases
Percent
Male
218
47.5%
Female
241
52.5%

The Age group is reported as a percentage of the total instead of the actual number. 

Age - Years

Percent

0 -19
4.8%
20 - 29
16.1%
30 - 39
15.3%
40 - 49
19.8%
50 - 59
17.2%
60 - 69
15.5%
70 -79
5.4%
80+
5.9%

Race and Ethnicity tables were added on April, 8, 2020.

Note: Totals may not add to 100% due to rounding

Race
% of overall case by race
Caucasian70.0%
Black or African American15.0%
 American Indian or Alaska Native 0.2%
Asian0.2%
Hawaiian / Pacific Islander0.0%
Multiple Races4.1%
Other 1.7%
Unknown8.9%

Ethnicity   

% of overall case by ethnicity
Hispanic/Latino4.8%
Non-Hispanic / Latino84.3%
Unknown10.9%

Map of Cases

Today’s Map, 05/29/2020, of Cumulative Cases of COVID-19 in Jackson County Township is now posted.  New maps will be posted every Friday.  You can download a pdf version of the map for printing.

Cumulative Cases by Township 0605

*New Michigan Map

The Michigan Safe Start Map is now available for you to Track the risk phases of COVID-19 indicators in predetermined sections of the state based on Epidemic Spread and Public Health Capacity.

Hotline Numbers to know

Call any of these Hotlines for more information
  • Jackson County Health Department Hotline (517) 788-4420, opt 9
  • Center for Family Health Hotline number for testing is (517) 748-5363
  • Henry Ford MyCare Advice LIne (for testing) (313) 874-7500
  • Michigan Department of Health & Human Services (888) 535-6163
  • (CDC) Centers for Disease Control (800) 232- 4632
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The number of cases of COVID-19 in Jackson County are updated daily in the chart above. The Henry Ford MyCare Advice Line is available 24/7 to help answer questions (313-874-7500) about COVID-19 and screening concerns. The Center for Family Health also has a Hotline number for you to call regarding questions or testing: (517-748-5363).

Jackson County Health Department is not conducting testing at this time and requests anyone who has symptoms of COVID-19 (Fever, Coughing, Unexplained body aches and Difficulty Breathing) to go home and monitor their symptoms. Other less common symptoms are losing your sense of taste or smell, headache, and stomach or intestinal issues. It is very important to avoid public places if you have symptoms.  If you or other people in your household are experiencing symptoms, try to maintain proper distancing of at least six feet and avoid sharing of any items. Use proper disinfecting and cleaning routines.to prevent the spread of germs. The Health Department is currently closed to the public but you can call and leave a message as phones are being monitored and messages will be returned.

If you are experiencing symptoms, call your healthcare provider or the Henry Ford MyCare Advice Line (313) 874-7500)  It is important to follow the "Stay Home, Stay Safe, Save Lives" order by Governor Whitmer.  The JCHD Hotline Number at (517) 788-4420, option 9, is available to answer general questions and provide information regarding COVID-19. 

When to Seek Medical Attention

If you develop emergency warning signs for COVID-19 get medical attention immediately. Emergency warning signs include*:

  • Trouble breathing
  • Persistent pain or pressure in the chest
  • New confusion or inability to arouse
  • Bluish lips or face

*This list is not all inclusive. Please consult your medical provider for any other symptoms that are severe or concerning. When calling 911, it is very important to let them know of your respiratory symtoms. 

Anyone who has been tested for COVID-19 has been given instructions on what they should be doing. The Jackson County Health Department works closely with health care providers on the monitoring, surveillance and followup of any positive cases and potential contacts.

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