A little more than a week ago, the Covid Tracking Project started tracking Covid infections across the country.

The project, a joint effort between the CDC and the Michigan Health Care Administration, is part of a larger effort to track the spread of the virus, which has killed more than 17,000 people in the U.S. in 2017.

The Covid tracking program is free to the public.

“The fact that the state is not tracking its own patients is a good sign that it’s not as well managed as the CDC or the state of Michigan,” says Rob Schmitt, the director of the Center for Infectious Disease Research and Policy at Michigan State University.

“If there is a problem with a state or a hospital, the state can step in and say, ‘Hey, we want to get these patients vaccinated.

You can help us figure out how to get this done.'”

Schmitt says that the Covids in Michigan were first spotted by a Covid tracker program that uses a database of the city’s health department to collect and update data.

But there were problems getting the CovIDs to the tracker, Schmitt notes.

The state’s Covid program is currently operating on a voluntary basis.

The tracking system is currently in beta, so it is possible that it will be expanded as the project progresses.

Schmitt is excited about the potential of the CovID tracking program because it is the first state to make use of a publicly funded Covid surveillance program.

Covid is a respiratory disease that can spread through coughing, sneezing and other environmental triggers.

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, it can cause respiratory infections, including pneumonia and fevers, as well as a range of other complications.

The CDC has reported that in 2017, more than 7 million Americans were infected with Covid, an average of about three a day.

According a CDC report, about 3.3 million Americans have received a CovID vaccine since the start of the pandemic in mid-2016.

That means that nearly two-thirds of Americans have gotten their first Covid shot.

In Michigan, Covid was first identified in the early 2000s.

The first Covids were detected in the state’s population at age 17, and then by the age of 20.

But the state began tracking the virus in 2005, and by 2013, more Covids had been detected in Michigan.

Today, the number of Covid cases is estimated to be more than 1.3 billion, with more than 14 million cases.

Since the first statewide Covid outbreak in 2015, there have been more than 60 cases reported in the United States.

In 2018, Michigan recorded its first death from Covid.

On the other hand, more people have been diagnosed with Covids than with other respiratory diseases, including tuberculosis.

Covids have also been linked to respiratory conditions like pneumonia, bronchitis and asthma.

The federal Centers for Diseases Control and the Centers of Disease Control recommend that people get vaccinated if they suspect they have Covid and have had any of the following symptoms: shortness of breath, wheezing, cough, difficulty breathing, swelling of the mouth, trouble swallowing, fever, or muscle pain.

In addition, if you or anyone you know has been diagnosed by a healthcare professional with Covidd, you should get tested.

The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services has also issued a guidance document for states to help them get the latest information about Covid in their state.

For the most up-to-date information, check out the Centers.

The U.K. has a similar Covid prevention program, but it is not as widely known.

Covida is transmitted through coughing and sneezes, which can occur in a variety of settings, including crowded places, in crowded places where people congregate and in places where it is common for people to gather.

The virus can also be transmitted by touching someone who is coughing or sneezed, or by eating food that has been contaminated with the virus.