DAILY NUMBERS AND COMMUNITY TESTING
The Grand Traverse County Health Department (GTCHD) reports 3 new positive cases from the weekend bringing the total to 43 positive cases, 7 probable cases, 22 recoveries, and 5 deaths, leaving 16 active cases in Grand Traverse County residents. Additional statistics are available on the County’s dashboard.
- Two males in their 50s with symptoms and a history of domestic travel
- Female in her 20s with no travel and no known exposure.
- One probable case is awaiting testing results and is related to one of the positive cases
- Contact tracing is currently underway on all cases, there was no air travel during infectious period of any cases
Regionally, Munson Healthcare is reporting COVID-19 testing results on its website for each of its hospitals. Numbers listed are by hospital, not county of residence.
Michigan has reported 63,261 positive cases and 5,911 deaths of COVID-19. 51,099 have recovered in Michigan as of 6/26/20.
Grand Traverse County testing sites include:
- Munson Healthcare Foster Family Community Health Center (priority 1 & 2 only)
- Northwest Michigan Health Services (testing all)
- Rite Aid at Chums Corner (testing all by appointment)
- See Michigan’s COVID-19 test finder for more options
Testing sites have capacity and tests are available. Individuals seeking tests can call:
- Their healthcare provider
- The Munson Healthcare Covid-19 hotline: 231-935-0951
- The Michigan COVID-19 hotline: 888-535-6136
STAY SAFE TO STAY OPEN RESOURCES:
In an effort to help more businesses and communities “stay safe to stay open”, a new library of graphics, social media templates, and other communication tools is being made available on the Traverse Connect website. Additional resources will be added in the coming days.
TOOLKITS FOR BUSINESSES
The Grand Traverse County Health Department’s reopening toolkits are available on the Health Department website.
STAY SAFE TO STAY OPEN
Residents, businesses, and visitors are encouraged to Stay Safe to Stay Open. This includes the following measures while in public:
- Staying 6 feet apart
- Wearing masks
- Limiting large social gatherings
- Continuing basic prevention measures like frequent hand washing
- Following workplace safety protocols.
Businesses can download a Stay Safe to Stay Open printable poster and a social media image at the gtcountycovid19.com website.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION & RESOURCES
Please visit gtcountycovid19.com for important resources including health and safety information for individuals and businesses.
ABOUT THE JOC
Grand Traverse County’s Joint Operations Center has been meeting to coordinate efforts and communication on the COVID-19 pandemic since Friday, March 13. Members include key community partners from health, government, first responders, education, social service, and business sectors.