Of the deaths, 25 occurred outside the 24-hour reporting period and were added through a death certificate review.
The state’s seven-day average is now 5,040 new cases a day compared to an average of 3,339 last Tuesday. The seven-day average of deaths is 46 deaths a day, compared to 23 a week ago today.
It’s the first time the state has broken the 5,000 mark in the seven-day average of new cases.
As of Nov. 10, there are 2,800 adult hospital in-patients with confirmed or suspected coronavirus, which includes 2,466 with confirmed COVID-19. There also are 11 children in a pediatric unit with confirmed coronavirus and four with suspected COVID. That compares to a total of 975 hospitalized a month ago today.
Since the start of the pandemic, Michigan has confirmed 223,277 confirmed of COVID-19 and 7,724 deaths. There also are other 21,975 probable cases and 370 probable deaths.