MARQUETTE, MI-- The medical director for four Upper Peninsula health departments says the region is doing well keeping COVID-19 rates down.
Dr. Robert Lorinser says the U.P. peaked on November 9 and rates have been declining since then, but he’s concerned about surges after the holiday season.
“It usually takes anywhere from, say five days to three weeks to see if there’s a surge or not. So far, so good.”