NOTE: There will be a change in the days when numbers are posted to this webpage. In keeping with the new schedule stated by the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) in this press release, numbers will no longer be posted on Sundays beginning with Sunday, September 6, 2020. The cumulative numbers posted on Monday will include the data from Sunday and Monday . These numbers will still be posted each day by 12:00 Noon . Recovered numbers are being posted as received. Epicurve data and Township maps are also posted on Mondays.
|Report Date October 23, 2020||Number of Cases*|
*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).
Number of Cases
The Age group is reported as a percentage of the total instead of the actual number.
Age - Years
20 - 29
30 - 39
40 - 49
50 - 59
60 - 69
Race and Ethnicity tables were added on April, 8, 2020.
Note: Totals may not add to 100% due to rounding.
% of overall case by race
|Black or African American||8.6%|
|American Indian or Alaska Native||0.4%|
|Hawaiian / Pacific Islander||0.0%|
|% of overall case by ethnicity|
|Hispanic / Latino||3.1%|
The Epicurve graph available (thru 10/18/2020) will allow you to see how the daily number of cases have gone up and down since the first case was identified in March. You can open the Epicurve Data here. EpiCurve data will be posted each Monday according to the template which collects and runs the numbers.
Map of Cases
In order to better illustrate areas of highest positive rates, the legend was recently revised to allow for higher cases counts in each color grouping. The 10/19/2020 map of Cumulative Cases of COVID-19 in Jackson County Townships is posted. At times, street addresses are not always available which affect the ability to map all data. If this occurs, a difference between posted cases totals and mapped cases may be seen. You can download a pdf version of the map for printing.
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.
- Jackson County Health Department Hotline (517) 788-4420, opt 9
- Center for Family Health Hotline number for testing is (517) 748-5363
- Henry Ford COVID 19 Hotline (for testing) (517) 205-6100
- Michigan Department of Health & Human Services (888) 535-6163
- (CDC) Centers for Disease Control (800) 232- 4632
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- Actions for Caregivers of Older Adults
- Caring for Someone at Home with COVID-19 (PDF)
- Cleaning and disinfecting after exposure
- Cleaning Reusable Bags
- Face Coverings Guidance for Non-Healthcare Workers
- Facemasks information (how to make them)
- Guidelines for Safe Donations
- Jackson County COVID-19 Response Fund Flyer (PDF)
- Jackson County Schools Food Distribution Sites (PDF)
- JCHD Testing & Treatment
- Next Steps after Testing
- Positive COVID-19 Test (PDF)
- Possible Exposure to COVID-19 (PDF)
- Restaurant Guide (PDF)
- Safe Donation and Distribution of Goods (PDF)
- Shopping and Handling Groceries
- Talking with your kids about COVID-19
- Tips to keep children healthy while school’s out
- Tipsheet for Older Adults
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