Michigan announced 6,290 new Covid-19 cases Tuesday afternoon, down considerably from last Friday’s record high of 9,779 cases.
The state also reported 145 deaths. The high number of deaths did include 51 "identified during a Vital Records review," according to Michigan's official dashboard.
A statement on the state's website said that the new count was part of a regular tri-weekly review by Michigan Department of Health and Human Services staff.
Michigan's total confirmed cases now stand at 320,506, with a total of 8,688 deaths.
Note: These numbers were released by Michigan’s public health agency and may not line up exactly in real time with CNN’s database drawn from Johns Hopkins University and the Covid Tracking Project.