Number of COVID-19, Pneumonia and Influenza Deaths by Age of Death,
Michigan Occurences,
January 1, 2022 to June 30, 2022P

Age Group COVID-19
Deaths1
COVID-19
Fitted Deaths2
Deaths from
All Causes
Pneumonia3
Deaths
Pneumonia &
COVID-194

Influenza
Deaths5

Population
Total 5,228 8,943 52,016 4,134 2,408 59 9,995,915
Infants 1 2 281 2 110,301
1-4 Years 2 3 55 1 461,862
5-14 Years 1 2 72 1,206,070
15-24 Years 13 22 375 8 4 1,348,374
25-34 Years 60 103 945 43 21 1,296,651
35-44 Years 107 183 1,573 73 48 1,163,189
45-54 Years 300 513 2,724 220 145 1 1,290,060
55-64 Years 760 1,300 6,670 575 382 7 1,402,804
65-74 Years 1,242 2,125 11,052 1,103 655 12 1,004,702
75-84 Years 1,331 2,277 13,192 1,129 649 24 497,916
85 Years & Over 1,411 2,414 15,077 980 504 15 213,986

Number of COVID-19, Pneumonia and Influenza Deaths by Age of Death,
Michigan Occurences, 2021P

Age Group COVID-19
Deaths
COVID-19
Death Rate6
COVID-19
Fitted Deaths
Deaths from
All Causes
Pneumonia
Deaths
Pneumonia &
COVID-19

Influenza
Deaths

Population
Total 15,004 150.1 14,973 116,038 13,098 8,405 26 9,995,915
Infants 5 4.5 5 650 9 110,301
1-4 Years 1* 1 110 3 1 1 461,862
5-14 Years 6 0.5 6 174 6 3 1,206,070
15-24 Years 45 3.3 45 1,057 29 19 1,348,374
25-34 Years 193 14.9 193 2,413 160 109 1,296,651
35-44 Years 479 41.2 478 3,697 375 267 1 1,163,189
45-54 Years 1,212 93.9 1,209 6,797 941 721 1,290,060
55-64 Years 2,484 177.1 2,479 15,860 2,001 1,407 3 1,402,804
65-74 Years 3,705 368.8 3,697 24,971 3,425 2,277 11 1,004,702
75-84 Years 3,721 747.3 3,713 27,860 3,377 2,140 5 497,916
85 Years & Over 3,1531473.5 3,146 32,449 2,772 1,461 5 213,986

Number of COVID-19, Pneumonia and Influenza Deaths by Age of Death,
Michigan Occurences, 2020

Age Group COVID-19
Deaths
COVID-19
Death Rate6
COVID-19
Fitted Deaths
Deaths from
All Causes
Pneumonia
Deaths
Pneumonia &
COVID-19

Influenza
Deaths

Population
Total 12,579 125.8 13,002 115,520 11,584 6,220 284 9,995,915
Infants 699 8 110,301
1-4 Years 99 2 2 461,862
5-14 Years 3* 3 175 3 4 1,206,070
15-24 Years 13 1.0 13 1,021 29 8 1 1,348,374
25-34 Years 70 5.4 72 2,223 87 28 6 1,296,651
35-44 Years 155 13.3 160 3,108 170 72 8 1,163,189
45-54 Years 529 41.0 547 6,194 507 289 25 1,290,060
55-64 Years 1,361 97.0 1,407 14,858 1,491 753 55 1,402,804
65-74 Years 2,865 285.2 2,961 23,496 2,733 1,544 72 1,004,702
75-84 Years 3,582 719.4 3,702 28,251 3,269 1,817 60 497,916
85 Years & Over 4,0011869.7 4,136 35,396 3,285 1,709 51 213,986


Note:

PDeaths reported to the Michigan Vital Records office may be delayed by 7 days. Verifying the cause of death, and processing the records from adminstrative records may further delay the reports of deaths for statistical purposes. The deaths shown in the deaths columns will be lower than the actual year-to-date total.

Most deaths occuring between May 5, 2022 and June 30, 2022 do not have a coded cause of death.

1COVID-19 deaths are those deaths coded as ICD-10 U07.1 as an underlying or related cause of death.

2On July 1, 2022, the Michigan Disease Surveillance System (MDSS) reported that 13,002 persons died due to causes associated with COVID-19 for 2020 and 36,918 during the entire pandemic.The number of deaths shown in this column are the COVID-19 associated deaths reported to the Michigan Vital Records Office, scaled to the number of COVID-19 associated deaths reported to MDSS. MDSS receives reports of infectious diseases rapidly, and that systems' counts of fatalities are more timely than vital records systems. Therefor, these scaled numbers are more accurate estimates of the number of deaths by race, age or sex distribution.

3Pneumonia deaths are those deaths coded ICD-10 codes J12.0-J18.9 as an underlying cause of death or a related cause of death, but excluding any mention of flu.

4The decedent was reported as having pneumonia and COVID-19 simulataneously.

5Influenza deaths are coded as J09-J11.

6Rates are per 100,000. A crude rate is displayed in the first line.

Source: Michigan 2020–2022 Death File, Extracted June 30, 2022. Division for Vital Records & Health Statistics, Michigan Department of Health & Human Services.