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DPH reports 5,396 new confirmed cases and 77 new deaths on Sunday



Update in December 2020

DPH reports 5396 new cases and 77 new deaths

The state’s Department of Public Health reported on Sunday that the Commonwealth had 5,396 newly confirmed cases of COVID-19. Since the pandemic broke out in Massachusetts, the total number of confirmed cases of the virus is 41

3,329, of which 90,567 are estimated to be active.

(Boston25News.com employee/Boston25News.Com employee)

In addition, the state reported that more than 77 people died in Massachusetts at the same time as COVID-19 cases were confirmed. Since the 2020 spring pandemic, 12,875 people with confirmed cases in the state have died.

(Boston25News.com employee/Boston25News.Com employee)

In an update of the state’s test numbers on Sunday, DPH reported that Massachusetts has conducted 81,754 new molecular tests for COVID-19. A total of 11,717,313 molecular tests have been performed on the virus.

(Boston25News.com employee/Boston25News.Com employee)

The state’s seven-day weighted average of positive molecular tests on Sunday fell to 7.21%.

A total of 7110 new cases and 90 new deaths were found in the state

The State Department of Public Health reported on Saturday that according to their latest daily coronavirus statistics table, the Commonwealth has 7110 newly confirmed cases of COVID-19. Since the beginning of the pandemic, the total number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in the state has increased to 407,933.

In addition, DPH reported that the number of deaths from confirmed COVID-19 cases in the state exceeded 90, bringing the total number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in the Commonwealth to 12,798 deaths.

DPH updated the state’s test numbers on Saturday, announcing that the federal government has conducted 109,793 new molecular tests for COVID-19. Since the beginning of the pandemic, the state has performed 11,635,559 molecular tests for the virus.

The state’s seven-day weighted average of positive molecular tests fell to 7.35% on Saturday.

DPH reports 74 newly confirmed deaths and 7,635 new cases

(Boston 25)

According to DPH, as of Friday, there were 7,635 newly confirmed COVID-19 cases in Massachusetts.

Since the pandemic began in March 2020, the state has confirmed 400,823 confirmed cases of coronavirus in Massachusetts. Currently, the state has an estimated 87,348 active COVID-19 cases.

(Boston 25)

To date, the state has confirmed 12,708 deaths of confirmed cases of the virus.

Currently, there are 2,311 confirmed cases in Massachusetts who are still hospitalized. Of these patients, 440 are in the intensive care unit and 280 have been intubated.

(Boston 25)

DPH updated the state’s test numbers on Friday. According to reports, the Commonwealth has conducted 108,569 new molecular tests for COVID-19. Since the outbreak in Massachusetts, the state has performed 11,525,766 molecular tests for the virus.

(Boston 25)

On Friday, the seven-day weighted average of positive molecular tests in the state fell to 7.49%.

DPH reports 71 newly confirmed deaths and 7,136 new cases

(Boston 25 News)

According to DPH, as of Thursday, there were 7,136 newly confirmed COVID-19 cases in Massachusetts, which was higher than Wednesday’s data.

Since the pandemic began in March 2020, the state has confirmed a total of 393,188 confirmed cases of the coronavirus in Massachusetts. Currently, the state has an estimated 81,604 active COVID-19 cases.

(Boston 25 News)

To date, the state has confirmed 12,634 deaths among confirmed cases.

Currently, there are 2,386 confirmed cases in Massachusetts who are still hospitalized. Of these patients, 455 are in the intensive care unit and 277 have been intubated. Governor Baker said on Thursday that the hospitalization rate was as high as 84%, higher than the 64% on Thanksgiving.

(Boston 25 News)

When the DPH updated the state’s test numbers on Thursday, it reported that the Commonwealth has conducted 108,412 new molecular tests for COVID-19. Since the outbreak in Massachusetts, the state has performed 11,417,197 molecular tests for the virus.

The state’s seven-day weighted average of positive molecular tests fell to 7.83% on Thursday.

(Boston 25 News)

Massachusetts reports 99 new confirmed deaths and 6,419 new cases

According to DPH, as of Wednesday, Massachusetts has 6,419 newly confirmed cases of COVID-19.

Since the start of the pandemic in March 2020, the state has confirmed 386,052 confirmed cases of coronavirus in Massachusetts. Currently, the state has an estimated 79,967 active cases.

So far, the state has confirmed 12,563 deaths of confirmed cases of the virus.

Currently, there are 2,416 confirmed cases in Massachusetts who are still hospitalized. Of these patients, 442 are in the intensive care unit and 281 have been intubated.

After DPH updated the state’s test numbers on Wednesday, it reported that the Commonwealth has conducted 102,573 new molecular tests for COVID-19. Since the outbreak in Massachusetts, the state has performed 11,308,785 molecular tests for the virus.

The seven-day weighted average of positive molecular tests in the state also rose to 8.25% on Wednesday.

63 new deaths and 4178 newly confirmed cases were reported.

According to the latest COVID-19 daily information from the Department of Public Health, since the beginning of the pandemic, the total number of federally confirmed COVID-19 cases in Massachusetts has exceeded 379,633. As of Tuesday, the state has confirmed 4,178 new cases of the virus. Currently, Massachusetts has an estimated 79,406 active cases.

(Boston 25)

In addition, DPH reported that since the beginning of the pandemic, the number of deaths from confirmed COVID-19 cases in the state has increased by 63, bringing the total number of confirmed coronavirus deaths in Massachusetts to 12,464.

(Boston 25)

Based on an update of the state’s test numbers, DPH reported that Massachusetts has conducted 59,718 new molecular tests for COVID-19.

(Boston 25)

Since the pandemic started in the Commonwealth, the state has conducted a total of 11,206,212 molecular tests.

(Boston 25)

The seven-day weighted average of positive molecular tests in the state also rose slightly to 8.57% on Tuesday.

The total number of confirmed cases in Massachusetts exceeds 375,000

According to the latest COVID-19 daily dashboard from the Department of Public Health, the total number of federal confirmed cases in Massachusetts has exceeded 375,000 since the pandemic began. As of Monday, there were 4358 new confirmed cases in the state. Since the outbreak, the total number of confirmed cases in Massachusetts has reached 375,455. Currently, Massachusetts has an estimated 81,449 active cases.

In addition, DPH reported that since the beginning of the pandemic, more than 60 people have died from confirmed COVID-19 cases in the state, bringing the total number of confirmed coronavirus cases in Massachusetts to 12,401.

Based on an update of the state’s test numbers, DPH reported that Massachusetts has conducted 15,196 new molecular tests for COVID-19. Since the pandemic began in the Commonwealth, the state has conducted a total of 11,146,494 molecular tests. On Monday, the state’s seven-day weighted average number of positive molecular tests also rose slightly to 8.50%.

105 new deaths were reported, while the state also confirmed 3,110 confirmed cases

The state’s Department of Public Health reported on Sunday that more than 105 people in Massachusetts have died while COVID-19 cases are confirmed. Since the outbreak of the pandemic in the Commonwealth, Massachusetts has confirmed confirmed cases of the virus and 12341 people have died.

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In addition, DPH reported on Sunday that there were 3,110 newly confirmed COVID-19 cases in the state. Since the outbreak, Massachusetts has detected a total of 371,097 confirmed cases of the virus, including an estimated 79,261 active cases.

(Employee of Boston25News.com/Employee of Boston25News.Com)

The Massachusetts Department of Public Health (PDH) updated the state’s test numbers, reporting that 44,831 new molecular tests have been carried out for COVID-19, increasing the total number of molecular tests for the coronavirus in the state to 11,090,924.

(Boston25News.com employee/Boston25News.Com employee)

The state’s seven-day weighted average of positive molecular tests fell to 8.42% on Sunday.

Massachusetts reports 8,542 new cases without reporting before New Year’s Day

The State Department of Public Health announced on Saturday that in the past two days, the Commonwealth has confirmed 8,542 newly confirmed COVID-19 cases. DPH did not release a report on new COVID-19 statistics on New Year’s Day and Friday, but included the total of these two days in its report on Saturday.

In its report on Saturday, DPH said: “Today’s dashboard includes reports received from December 31 (Thursday) at 12:00 am to January 1 (Friday) at 11:59 pm. Therefore, today’s numbers reflect The number of cases in the entire time period.”

Since the start of the pandemic on Saturday in March 2020, Massachusetts has reported more than 8,500 new cases, and the state has confirmed a total of 367,987 confirmed cases of the coronavirus in Massachusetts. Currently, there are an estimated 79,092 active cases of COVID-19 in 19 states.

In addition, DPH reported that at the same time that COVID-19 cases were confirmed, 79 people died in the Commonwealth, which increased the total death toll of confirmed coronavirus cases in Massachusetts to 12,236.

DPH updated the state’s test numbers on Saturday, and it is reported that the federal government has conducted 101,394 new molecular tests for COVID-19. Since the outbreak in Massachusetts, the state has carried out 11,046,093 molecular tests for the virus.

The seven-day weighted average of positive molecular tests in the state also rose to 8.67% on Saturday.


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