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© Alison Zywicki [email protected]/Alison Zywicki azywicki/mlive.com/TNS Kris Mestrom prepares to-go meals for Muskegon residents in need at Supper House on Jefferson, Ave. in Muskegon, Michigan on Friday, March 27, 2020.

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MUSKEGON COUNTY, MI – Muskegon County closed out the week with another steady increase in confirmed cases of the coronavirus, after health officials reported 13 new cases Saturday.

© Alison Zywicki [email protected]/Alison Zywicki azywicki/mlive.com/TNS 'Thank You' signs placed along the employee entrance of Mercy Health Mercy Campus in Muskegon, Michigan, on Wednesday, April 15, 2020.

The number of positive cases now stands at 301 in Muskegon County, according to the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services.

The death toll remains at 17 with no new deaths reported Saturday.

Of all the tests conducted in Muskegon County, 14.7 percent of them have come back positive for the virus.

The peak of the COVID-19 pandemic in Muskegon County is expected around mid-May, Muskegon County Public Health Officer Kathy Moore previously told MLive.

Black residents make up about 38 percent of coronavirus cases in Muskegon County, according to data provided by the county health department.

Residents ages 50-59 have been impacted the most by COVID-19, making up about one-fourth of cases countywide. The number of cases among residents ages 20-29 has risen in recent weeks, currently making up about 18 percent of cases countywide.

© Alison Zywicki [email protected]/Alison Zywicki azywicki/mlive.com/TNS Orchard View volunteers hand out prepared meals to Muskegon residents during a food outreach program at Arlington Woods in Muskegon, Michigan on Tuesday, March 17, 2020. The program provided breakfast and lunches for students ages 18 and under who are in need of meals due to COVID-19 closing schools.

Older residents have not been hit as hard as county health officials anticipated they would be. About 7 percent of coronavirus cases in Muskegon County are residents over the age of 80.

However, seniors make up the majority of deaths in the county, with about half of the 17 reported deaths being residents over the age of 80.

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Fifty percent of all cases countywide are distributed equally among the cities of Muskegon and Muskegon Heights, according to the most recent data posted by county health officials.

© Alison Zywicki [email protected]/Alison Zywicki azywicki/mlive.com/TNS Mercy Hospital employees test Muskegon residents for COVID-19 through a drive-through testing tent outside of Mercy Hospital in Muskegon, Michigan on Friday, March 27, 2020.

Norton Shores has the third highest case count, with 16 percent of the county’s cases.

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Statewide, there were 851 new positive cases of COVID-19 reported Saturday, bringing the total to 43,207 in Michigan.

Total deaths surpassed 4,000 after health officials reported 154 new deaths with the virus, according to MDHHS.

In Kent County, health officials reported 97 new cases of the coronavirus, bringing the countywide total to 1,697. The number of deaths remained 36.

Ottawa County reported seven new cases of the virus, raising the total to 261. One new death was reported, increasing the death tally to 12.

Oceana County cases jumped up by three, bringing the total to 14. There has been one death with COVID-19 in the county.

Newaygo County reported two new cases Saturday, where the total number now stands at 26. There have been no deaths countywide.

CORONAVIRUS PREVENTION TIPS

In addition to washing hands regularly and not touching your face, officials recommend practicing social distancing, assuming anyone may be carrying the virus.

Health officials say you should be staying at least 6 feet away from others and working from home, if possible.

Carry hand sanitizer with you, and use disinfecting wipes or disinfecting spray cleaners on frequently-touched surfaces in your home (door handles, faucets, countertops) and when you go into places like stores.

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© Alison Zywicki [email protected]/Alison Zywicki azywicki/mlive.com/TNS Kris Mestrom prepares to-go meals for Muskegon residents in need at Supper House on Jefferson, Ave. in Muskegon, Michigan on Friday, March 27, 2020.

MUSKEGON COUNTY, MI – Muskegon County closed out the week with another steady increase in confirmed cases of the coronavirus, after health officials reported 13 new cases Saturday.

© Alison Zywicki [email protected]/Alison Zywicki azywicki/mlive.com/TNS 'Thank You' signs placed along the employee entrance of Mercy Health Mercy Campus in Muskegon, Michigan, on Wednesday, April 15, 2020.

The number of positive cases now stands at 301 in Muskegon County, according to the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services.

The death toll remains at 17 with no new deaths reported Saturday.

Of all the tests conducted in Muskegon County, 14.7 percent of them have come back positive for the virus.

The peak of the COVID-19 pandemic in Muskegon County is expected around mid-May, Muskegon County Public Health Officer Kathy Moore previously told MLive.

Black residents make up about 38 percent of coronavirus cases in Muskegon County, according to data provided by the county health department.

Residents ages 50-59 have been impacted the most by COVID-19, making up about one-fourth of cases countywide. The number of cases among residents ages 20-29 has risen in recent weeks, currently making up about 18 percent of cases countywide.

© Alison Zywicki [email protected]/Alison Zywicki azywicki/mlive.com/TNS Orchard View volunteers hand out prepared meals to Muskegon residents during a food outreach program at Arlington Woods in Muskegon, Michigan on Tuesday, March 17, 2020. The program provided breakfast and lunches for students ages 18 and under who are in need of meals due to COVID-19 closing schools.

Older residents have not been hit as hard as county health officials anticipated they would be. About 7 percent of coronavirus cases in Muskegon County are residents over the age of 80.

However, seniors make up the majority of deaths in the county, with about half of the 17 reported deaths being residents over the age of 80.

Fifty percent of all cases countywide are distributed equally among the cities of Muskegon and Muskegon Heights, according to the most recent data posted by county health officials.

© Alison Zywicki [email protected]/Alison Zywicki azywicki/mlive.com/TNS Mercy Hospital employees test Muskegon residents for COVID-19 through a drive-through testing tent outside of Mercy Hospital in Muskegon, Michigan on Friday, March 27, 2020.Game 300: March 27, 2020the Initials Game

Norton Shores has the third highest case count, with 16 percent of the county’s cases.

Statewide, there were 851 new positive cases of COVID-19 reported Saturday, bringing the total to 43,207 in Michigan.

Total deaths surpassed 4,000 after health officials reported 154 new deaths with the virus, according to MDHHS.

In Kent County, health officials reported 97 new cases of the coronavirus, bringing the countywide total to 1,697. The number of deaths remained 36.

Ottawa County reported seven new cases of the virus, raising the total to 261. One new death was reported, increasing the death tally to 12.

Oceana County cases jumped up by three, bringing the total to 14. There has been one death with COVID-19 in the county.

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Newaygo County reported two new cases Saturday, where the total number now stands at 26. There have been no deaths countywide.

CORONAVIRUS PREVENTION TIPS

In addition to washing hands regularly and not touching your face, officials recommend practicing social distancing, assuming anyone may be carrying the virus.

Health officials say you should be staying at least 6 feet away from others and working from home, if possible.

Carry hand sanitizer with you, and use disinfecting wipes or disinfecting spray cleaners on frequently-touched surfaces in your home (door handles, faucets, countertops) and when you go into places like stores.

More on MLive:

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