The state's chief medical executive is providing a warning to Michiganders during Thursday's 7 UpFront segment, after positive COVID-19 cases hit record highs two days in a row.
Michigan reported 5,710 COVID-19 cases on Thursday. It's the highest amount since the state began tracking cases. The previous day's count was 4,101, pointing to a disturbing upward trend.
Dr. Joneigh Khaldun, the state's chief medical executive and and chief deputy director for Health for the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services, will appear on 7 UpFront to discuss the recent surge and the potential for increased deaths if the upswing in cases continues.