CADILLAC — Youthful individuals account for greater than half of the native COVID-19 instances in three native counties this month.

In all three Cadillac Information counties served by District Well being Division No. 10, greater than half of the instances in March have been individuals who have been age 49 or youthful.

Individuals who bought COVID-19 in March of 2021 are youthful than those that have been getting COVID-19 in December 2020, the final surge simply earlier than vaccination started amongst well being care employees and the very oldest residents.

In Wexford County in December, 49.9% of the county’s new instances have been individuals 49 and youthful; in March of 2021, to date, it has been 65.03%. Lake County elevated from 46.5% to 61.67% and Missaukee County elevated from 43.5% to 56.32%.

In some methods, that is sensible, as older individuals have been vaccinated first as a result of they’re extra susceptible to COVID-19.

However in different methods, the numbers paint an image of people that have grown uninterested in COVID-19 restrictions.

The world seems to be coming into right into a surge, as hospitals close to capability (in response to District Well being Division No. 10’s medical director).

Cadillac had 30 inpatients, 14 of which have COVID-19 as of March 30, Munson Healthcare stated.

Tuesday noticed dozens of recent instances in native counties and one demise.

Lake County misplaced their eleventh particular person to COVID-19, well being division knowledge exhibits. The county had three new instances on Tuesday for a pandemic whole of 404.

Osceola County added seven instances and reached a pandemic whole of 1,115, state knowledge exhibits. The county could have added a brand new COVID-19 demise, state knowledge suggests, although that had not been confirmed by Central Michigan District Well being Division as of Tuesday night.

Missaukee County added 9 instances and reached a pandemic whole of 914.

Wexford County added 15 instances and reached a pandemic whole of 1,851.

Statewide instances reached 665,948 and deaths reached 16,082.