Detroit health officials reported 249 new Covid-19 cases in the city Thursday, a slight decline from days prior, according to the city's health website.
There were 525 cases reported in the city on April 4, the highest for a single day there so far. Since then, daily reported cases have showed a steady but slow decline, Detroit's health department curve shows.
The latest data reflects 84 fewer cases than were recorded the day prior, staying in line with the slight decline of new daily cases.
Some context: Detroit still remains one of the hot spots for coronavirus in the US with 6,083 coronavirus cases and 272 related deaths, according to the city's health department.
Detroit's mayor and Michigan's governor are expected to hold their briefings, respectively, Thursday afternoon.