Nearly 3,000 communities have significantly higher records of lead poisoning rate than what occurred during the Flint water contamination crisis.
About 456 people have already been affected with the disease, the highest number in the state belongs to Flint.
After suffering from the worst Legionnaires outbreak in the history of the U.s. in 2014 and disastrous water crisis in 2015, residents of Flint in Michigan are once again facing another outbreak. This time, it's an highly infectious bacterial disease called Shigellosis.
The water crisis in Flint, Michigan seems far from over, but at least there is some hope as President Barack Obama announced a visit to the city and the Senate reached a deal on grants and loans for better water infrastructure.