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Confirmed COVID cases on the rise, according to the Washtenaw County Health Department's latest report

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The number of new infections rose by 58% this week. That's roughly 630 newly confirmed cases.

Washtenaw County Health spokesperson Susan Ringler-Cerniglia says they are continuing to analyze the data as they assess the situation.

“For the moment, we’re still considered at a low-level in terms of revised CDC community levels and we’ll be watching carefully.”

Ringler-Cerniglia says they suspect some of the increase may be due to a new omicron sub-variant of the disease that is likely circulating through the community.

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Taylor Pinson is a WEMU news reporter and engineer during WEMU's broadcast of NPR's All Things Considered.
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