*PLEASE NOTE:  There are multiple pages to the dashboard. See the bottom of the dashboard to click on each page.
PAGE #1: Confirmed, Probables, and Deaths – today, cumulative, by age range, and by gender
PAGE #2: Recovered, Recovered by County, Total Cases & Cumulative Cases by Date, Contact Tracing (Note: “Paused” indicates we were unable to contact the case after multiple attempts or the case refused to provide information), Confirmed and Probables by Zip Code
PAGE #3: Total Cases by Date by County
PAGE #4: Positive Inpatient Hospitalizations by Date (began 6/3/2020, Munson Manistee added 11/18 when patient intake began)

NOTE: The DHD #10 offices will be closed on November 26th and November 27th to observe Thanksgiving. There will be no updates to the dashboard on those days. Thursday and Friday numbers will be included on the update Monday 11/30. 

The Data Dashboard is updated every Monday through Friday. Saturday and Sunday numbers are included each Monday. 

COVID-19 Data Dashboard – as of 11/25/2020

Details and information on this Data Dashboard can be found hereSource: Michigan Disease Surveillance System and Vital Records

Header Image - COVID-19 County Profiles

We now have COVID-19 County Profiles that will be updated monthly to give you a snapshot of the cases in each county.

Weekly DHD#10 COVID-19 Heat Map

Below is a heat map of confirmed and probable positive COVID-19 cases within the District Health Department #10 region. Darker areas, such as red and orange, are associated with higher rates of positive cases while lighter areas, such as green and yellow are associated with lower rates of positive cases. This map shows rates per 10,000 people so if an area is red, it does not mean there are 243.9 positive cases in that area, but rather 2.439% of the population within that area has tested positive for COVID-19. Areas that are not highlighted with any color do not currently have positive cases. Please note: this heat map is updated weekly.

Heat Map Confirmed and Probable 11.24.20


  • On Monday, November 23, DHD#10 issued a new Public Health Advisory. This advisory will remain in effect until lifted and replaces all previously issued Public Health Advisories. Persons with questions or concerns are welcome to submit their comments via email to
  • On Sunday, November 15, Governor Whitmer announced a new Epidemic Order regarding Gatherings and Face Masks. This order takes effect on November 18, 2020 at 12:01 AM, at which time the October 29, 2020, order entitled Gatherings and Face Mask Order is rescinded. This order remains in effect through December 8, 2020 at 11:59 PM. Persons with suggestions and concerns are invited to submit their comments via email to
Pause to Save Lives
Social Gatherings Guidance
Safe Social Pods
  • Where to file a complaint: If you have a complaint about businesses or organizations not following the Epidemic Order, you can go here for more information to file a complaint regarding COVID-19

  • The Holiday Season is right around the corner and many people have questions on celebrating safely. Here is some guidance on ‘Celebrating the Holidays during COVID-19‘ to take into consideration.

  • C0VID-19 Guidance for Schools, Businesses, Residential Care Facilities, and Communities is available on our Coronavirus page. Scroll past the data dashboard on our coronavirus page to the light blue box titled COVID-19 GUIDANCE

  • MDHHS Epidemic Order – Michigan law imposes on the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) a duty to continually and diligently endeavor to “prevent disease, prolong life, and promote public health,” and gives the Department “general supervision of the interests of health and life of people of this state.” MCL 333.2221. MDHHS may “[e]xercise authority and promulgate rules to safeguard properly the public health; to prevent the spread of diseases and the existence of sources of contamination; and to implement and carry out the powers and duties vested by law in the department.” MCL 333.2226(d).


MDHHS has a Test Finder on their website to help you locate places throughout Michigan where you can get a free COVID-19 test.  You can also contact your medical provider or call the hotline for your hospital system:

  • 888-535-6136 | MDHHS Patient COVID-19 Hotline
  • 231-935-0951 | Munson Hotline
  • 833-559-0659 | Spectrum Hotline
  • 833-247-1258 | Mercy Health Michigan Hotline
  • 616-685-2683 | Mercy Health Saint Mary’s-Grand Rapids Hotline
  • 231-642-5292 | Northwest Michigan Health Services Testing Hotline

Prevention Methods:

  • Clean hands often. Scrub with soap for at least 20 seconds. Use hand sanitizer if soap and water is not available.
  • Avoid close contact with sick people.
  • Stay home when you are sick, except to get medical care.
  • Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue, then throw tissue away and wash hands immediately.
  • Wear a face mask when going out in public.
  • Clean and disinfect surfaces frequently


Questions? Email us at


Data on the number of cases changes daily. Browse through the links below for current information:

For more information specifically about COVID-19, its symptoms, the spread, and how you can prevent the disease, click here.

All District Health Department #10 offices are closed to the public through June 12, pending the Governor’s decision to lift her extended executive order. We are providing emergency services by appointment only and signage is posted at each building to direct those with appointments on what to do when they arrive. Please contact your local DHD#10 office to schedule an appointment.

DHD#10 Guidance

Michigan Guidance

National Guidance

Visit our Infographics Gallery for some informative COVID-19 infographics 

Visit our Video Gallery for some informative COVID-19 videos 

 For questions, email us at or call the state hotline at: 1-888-535-6163