Ten more cases of the coronavirus have tested presumptive positive in Michigan, according to the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services. The total number of presumtptive cases in Michigan are now at twelve. Four of those cases are in West Michigan.

The cases include:

  • Two women from Kent County and one adult male - all three have a history of international travel.
  • One woman from Montcalm County who has a history of international travel.
  • One woman from Ingham County with a history of travel on a cruise.
  • Two men from Oakland County; one with no travel history and one with domestic travel.
  • One man from St. Clair County with a history of domestic travel.
  • One woman and one man from Washtenaw County; one with a history of domestic travel and one with a history of international travel.

The tests on these individuals was conducted by state health officials. The specimens will not be sent on the the CDC for further confirmation.

Gov. Gretchen Whitmer declared a state of emergency after the first two cases in Michigan were confirmed.

Several colleges throughout the state have suspended in-person classes for the time being.

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