The State Department of Public Health said in a report on Friday that Barnstable County has three new cases of coronavirus and no new cases of death due to COVID-19.
Since the pandemic began this winter, the number of confirmed coronavirus cases in Barnstable County has been 1,745, while the number of coronavirus deaths in the county has been 1
Public health officials also reported on Friday that there were 387 new coronavirus cases across the state. This has been the case for the past three days, and the number has increased due to the delay in reporting laboratory test results.
Since the start of the pandemic in Massachusetts, 109,787 people have been confirmed to have the coronavirus.
Among them, 8,389 people died across the state, including 14 new deaths reported on Friday.
DPH said 24,184 residents and employees of 376 long-term care centers have tested positive for the coronavirus.
More than 65% of coronavirus deaths (5,486) among residents of long-term care centers have occurred.
The number of hospitalizations for coronavirus across the state is still less than one-tenth of the peak of the pandemic in late April and early May.
State public health officials said on Friday that due to the statewide coronavirus, 347 people were hospitalized on Friday, including 58 coronavirus patients in the intensive care unit.
Cape Cod Hospital in Hyannis had two COVID-19 patients on Friday, including one in the ICU, while Falmouth Hospital did not.
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