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Another 68 Coronavirus Deaths in Mass., 429 Newly Reported Cases – NBC Boston

[ad_1] Massachusetts has had 68 more people with the new coronavirus die, health officials said Wednesday. Another 429 confirmed and probable coronavirus cases were reported Wednesday, bringing the total to 101,592. The death toll now stands at 7,152. This week, the coronavirus case total jumped past 100,000 and the death …

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Mass. Coronavirus Death Toll Rises by 78 as 664 More Cases Are Confirmed – NBC Boston

[ad_1] The new coronavirus has claimed another 78 lives in Massachusetts, health officials said Sunday, as the death toll rose to 6,846. Another 664 people have tested positive for the disease caused by the virus, COVID-19, bringing the total to 96,965, according to the Massachusetts Department of Public Health. The …

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Mass. Coronavirus Death Toll Rises by 50 as 789 More Cases Are Confirmed – NBC Boston

[ad_1] The new coronavirus has claimed another 50 lives in Massachusetts, health officials said Saturday, as the death toll rose to 6,768. Another 789 people have tested positive for the disease caused by the virus, COVID-19, bringing the total to 96,301, according to the Massachusetts Department of Public Health. The …

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Mass. Tops 80,000 Coronavirus Cases, Reports 174 New Deaths – NBC Boston

[ad_1] More than 80,000 people in Massachusetts have now been infected with the novel coronavirus, health officials said Wednesday, reporting another 174 deaths. The total number of confirmed cases now stands at 80,497, after rising by 1,165 Wednesday, and the death toll is at 5,315, according to the Massachusetts Department …

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Mass. Reports Just 33 New Coronavirus Deaths, Due in Part to a Reporting Issue – NBC Boston

[ad_1] Just 33 new coronavirus-related deaths were reported in Massachusetts Tuesday, the lowest number since the surge though one caused in part by a reporting issue, health officials said. Additionally, 870 new confirmed cases of the coronavirus were reported Tuesday, bringing the total to 79,332. The death toll stands at …

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Why Experts Say It’s a Good Thing Illinois’ Peak in Coronavirus Cases Has Shifted Later – NBC Chicago

[ad_1] Gov. J.B. Pritzker said Monday that modeling shows Illinois likely won’t hit its peak of coronavirus cases until potentially mid-June, later than initially expected – a delay that experts have said is a good sign. The later peak means that efforts to mitigate the spread of the deadly virus …

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Multiple Kids Sickened by Pediatric Multi-System Inflammatory Syndrome – NBC Boston

[ad_1] What to Know Pediatric multi-system inflammatory system is now being seen across the country and is striking newborns and teenagers alike Up to 5 children have already died and 93 have been diagnosed with the condition in New York The condition occurs six weeks after a child is exposed …

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139 New Deaths as 1,050 More People Test Positive – NBC Boston

[ad_1] Massachusetts on Sunday reported 1,050 new cases of the novel coronavirus, including 139 fatal cases. The death toll now stands at 4,979 while Massachusetts has had 77,793 people test positive, according to the Department of Public Health’s daily report on the coronavirus. It was the fourth consecutive day the …

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Another 138 Deaths as 1,410 More People Test Positive – NBC Boston

[ad_1] Another 138 people with COVID-19 have died and 1,410 have tested positive in Massachusetts, health officials said Saturday. The death toll now stands at 4,840, while Massachusetts has had 76,743 people test positive, according to the Department of Public Health’s daily report on the new coronavirus. The 138 new …

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Can Sunlight Kill the Coronavirus? Chicago’s Top Doctor Weighs In – NBC Chicago

[ad_1] Chicago’s top doctor on Friday weighed in on whether sunlight can kill the coronavirus — a suggestion repeated by President Trump late last month. On April 23, Bill Bryan, who leads the Department of Homeland Security’s science and technology division, gave a presentation at the White House on research …

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