According to Oakland County government, in the last 30 days there were 172 recent cases in the 48359 ZIP code, 239 new cases in the 48360 ZIP code and 317 new cases in the 48362 area.
Total numbers by ZIP code:
48359: 796 total cases, nine deaths. (Population of 9,634)
48360: 961 total cases, six deaths. (Population of 12,055)
48362: 1,319 total cases, 16 deaths. (Population of 15,756) This includes the Village of Lake Orion.
For more information, visit oakgov.com/covid/casesByZip.html.
Lake Orion Community Schools
As of Monday, LOCS has reported 12 new cases of positive COVID-19 individuals in the schools including students and/or employees at LOHS, Waldon Middle School, Webber Elementary and Stadium Drive Elementary.
LOCS has had 222 total positive cases among students and staff during the 2020-21 school year, according to the district’s website lakeorionschools.org.
Within the district boundaries, there are currently 406 cases of COVID-19, or 98.3 per 10,000 people, according to oakgov.com/covid/casesByZip.html
Oakland County overall has had 94,789 confirmed cases of COVID-19 and 14,069 probable cases, the highest in the state.
There have been 2,051 confirmed total deaths along with 124 probable deaths from the virus, according to michigan.gov/coronavirus.
Additionally, according to the MI Safe Start Map, Oakland County is listed at the highest risk level (level E) for contracting COVID-19 with the county seeing an average of 404.8 new cases each day.
As of Monday, Michigan had a total of 825,844 confirmed cases of Coronavirus, 93,036 probable cases, 17,324 deaths and 1,122 probable deaths from COVID-19, since the pandemic began, according to michigan.gov/coronavirus.
There have been 13,287,352 tests performed as of April 26.
According to the MI Safe Start Map, the state is listed at the highest risk level (level E) for contracting COVID-19 with an average of 3,635.7 new cases per day.
On Monday, the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) confirmed 31,883,289 cases of Coronavirus in the United States as well as 569,272 deaths from COVID-19, according to cdc.gov/coronavirus.