Monroe County's confirmed cases of the coronavirus (COVID-19) grew by three on Sunday, while the number of deaths remained the same, the Monroe County Health Department reported.

Monroe County’s confirmed cases of the coronavirus (COVID-19) grew by three on Sunday, while the number of deaths remained the same, the Monroe County Health Department reported.

The total number of cases in the county rose to 390. The first case in the county was recorded March 14.

The 16 deaths recorded since then include 10 males and six females.

In Michigan, the number of confirmed cases grew to 47,138. That’s 382 more cases in the state than what was reported on Saturday.

The county reports can be found at the county’s website, co.monroe.mi.us. Click on “Monroe County COVID-19 Dashboard” to get updates.

The state reports can be found at Michigan.gov/coronavirus.

Both websites normally are updated mid-afternoon daily.

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