(WXYZ) — All of southeastern Michigan is currently listed as under high levels of COVID-19 in the community, after having dropped to medium levels last week.
The only county near metro Detroit not at a high level is St. Clair County, which is at a medium level. Several counties in the upper Lower Peninsula and a number in the Upper Peninsula also remain in the high category, as do two on the western side of the state.
When a county is in a high risk of community transmission, the CDC recommends wearing a mask indoors in public and on public transportation.
It's recommended to stay up to date with the COVID-19 vaccine and get tested if you have symptoms. You should also take additional precautions if you are at high risk for severe illness.
Additional Coronavirus information and resources:
View a global coronavirus tracker with data from Johns Hopkins University.
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