Some in Michigan are waiting in their cars for hours for COVID tests

Residents across Michigan are scrambling to find COVID-19 tests amid a national shortage and waiting hours in drive-thru lines with hundreds of vehicles as the state continues to set new records on cases nearly two years into the pandemic.

Michigan on Wednesday for the second time in a week set a new high mark for the average daily number of confirmed cases since the pandemic began, adding 27,346 cases and 277 deaths from the virus on Tuesday and Wednesday.

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