Lansing, Michigan (WLNS) – The number of new daily COVID-19 cases in Michigan continues to fall.

As of Saturday, Michigan has confirmed 5,380 new COVID-19 cases and 60 deaths.

This means that in three days the average number of new cases in the state is below 2000 per day, more precisely, 1793 cases per day.

  • There are 51,938 reported deaths in Ingham County with a total of 661 deaths.
  • 21,674 cases with 350 deaths were reported in Ethan County.
  • There were 13,345 reported deaths in Clinton County.
  • There were 33,684 reported deaths in Jackson County with 489 deaths.

As the number of cases continues to fall, wearing masks is becoming less popular in some places.

Despite the masks distribute at the Super Cup few fans seemed to wear face masks during the big event.

Everyone who attended Sunday’s event at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, California, received a KN95 mask because Los Angeles County still requires masks at so-called “mega-events”.

But if you watched the game, you probably noticed that a lot of spectators were not dressed in masks, including celebrities and fans.

The county requires everyone over the age of 2 to wear a face unless they ate or drank in the stadium. Proponents aged 5 years and older also had to show a vaccine card against COVID-19, a negative PCR test within 48 hours, or a negative antigen test within 24 hours to enter.

SoFi is an indoor and outdoor stadium. It has a roof but is open on the sides, leaking air.

California is going to start weakening its mandate on indoor masks for people who have been vaccinated as cases of omicron and hospitalized begin to decline. However, each county’s health department has to make a decision, and they have a right to see what they want to do by regions.

The Los Angeles County is waiting for coronavirus cases to decrease before easing the mask rules.

Los Angeles County health officials released the latest coronavirus figures on Sunday, showing that nearly 4,900 new cases and 58 deaths have been reported in the past 24 hours. More than 2,000 people are hospitalized with COVID.

In the Los Angeles area, health experts say they will monitor whether there is a COVID surge after the Super Cup.

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