There are 11 new positive COVID-19 cases in Saline County.
The last seven days saw one of the deadliest COVID-19 weeks in Marshall County since the pandemic began.
Twenty-one Bay County residents have died from COVID-19.
Health officials reported 1,772 new cases and 18 deaths statewide on Thursday, which is the highest number of daily reported cases since May 24, and 18 new deaths.
Bay County's total case count is at 3,620 including 3,558 residents and 62 non-residents.
There are 331 active COVID-19 cases in Marshall County which is 33 percent more than the previous week.
Only slightly more men than women have been infected with 50 percent of the cases being male and 49 percent, female.
There have been 1,029 Marshall County residents who have recovered from COVID-19 and 31,879 have recovered throughout the state. None of the new deaths were from Marshall, Starke, or Pulaski counties.
Today, hospitalizations throughout the state were reported at 9,296 and 1,648 cases were reported hospitalized in North Texas.
The West Suburban region (DuPage and Kane counties) has seen four days of positivity increases and three days of hospital admission increases.
The state as a whole reported 989 new positive cases. Putnam County has had eight confirmed cases.
Health department administrator Jeff Workman said in a statement that "we could nearly see the cases coming", and that "with the number of persons we are notifying of contact with positive cases and the contagious nature of this disease, it's unlikely that our case count will stop growing".
Globally, over 17.7 million cases have been reported and 682,855 deaths had been recorded as of Saturday afternoon.