(CBS DETROIT) – The COVID-19 pandemic is taking a greater toll on schools as Michiganders get further into the school year.
Michigan reports another 106 new school outbreaks, mostly on K-12 campuses.READ MORE: The Detroit Zoo To Host Its Final Weekend Of Family-Friendly Halloween Event 'Zoo Boo' Oct. 22-24
This is the fourth straight week the number of new outbreaks has grown.
The largest outbreak in the Metro Area, being reported at Warren Woods Tower High School in Macomb County.
They confirm 11 positive cases, all among students.READ MORE: Kalamazoo Tests For Lead Exposure Following High-Lead Level Reports In Other Michigan Cities
Despite this, we’re likely to see fewer cases reported in the coming weeks, as the state changes what it considers as ‘an outbreak.’
Now, it takes at least 3 new cases at a school, up from two.
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