The state reported 11,082 cases on Monday—a two-day tally that included Sunday. That compares with a previous single-day peak of 10,140 new cases on Nov. 20.
For the week to April 5, Michigan ranked as the No. 1 state for new cases and hospitalizations per 100,000 people. It is the only state to report more than 7,000 new cases on Monday.
Nationwide, new virus infections were up for a third week in a row and hospitalizations also broke an 11-week streak of falling admissions.
Twenty-seven out of 50 states have reported increases in new cases in the past week compared with the previous seven days.