Michigan reported the first coronavirus case on March 10. Today, the state is in dire need of testing kits, masks, and ventilators as they are expecting a COVID-19 apex within a month’s time. White House correspondent April Ryan talks with Governor Gretchen Whitmer on whether the state is being punished by President Trump because of a personal grudge.
UPDATED NUMBERS: Today, @MichiganHHS reported 1,279 new COVID-19 cases & 205 deaths. This brings our total cases to 22,783 & 1,281 deaths. Find the latest data, info & #COVID19 news at https://t.co/m2sOFDoo30. https://t.co/fKrp9iLX3I— Governor Gretchen Whitmer (@GovWhitmer) April 10, 2020
Michigan overall population is 14% Black, yet 40% of all COVID-19 patients are African Americans.
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