Michigan recorded 10,428 new Covid-19 cases and 98 new deaths Sunday and Monday, according to the state Covid-19 dashboard.
The average number of new confirmed cases was 5,214 per day, according to the dashboard.
The positivity rate is now 13% across the state, down from 14% on November 16, Michigan Chief Medical Executive Dr. Joneigh Khaldun said at a press conference Tuesday.
It is too soon, however, to determine whether the statewide "pause" will be extended next week, Gov. Gretchen Whitmer said at the press conference.
Whitmer said state officials are bracing for a holiday-related surge in cases, despite the first two weeks of the three-week limited shut down showing positive results.
"Too many people traveled for Thanksgiving. And we will see our numbers increase very likely because of it. And that will coincide with the next big holiday Christmas. Too many people are considering traveling and I'm reiterating Please don't. And about four weeks after that we will see the impact of that. So the next two months are going to be hard. Our case numbers, our hospitalizations and deaths are dangerously high already," Whitmer said.
Note: These numbers were released by the state’s health agency, and may not line up exactly in real time with CNN’s database drawn from Johns Hopkins University and our Covid tracker.