Tag Archives: Department of Public Health

Mass. Coronavirus Cases Top 108K; 12 New Deaths Reported – NBC Boston

[ad_1] Massachusetts health officials reported 12 new deaths and 210 additional confirmed cases of COVID-19 on Saturday, meaning the total number of cases across the commonwealth since the pandemic started has topped 108,000. The Massachusetts Department of Public Health has now confirmed 8,291 deaths and 108,107 cases. There are an …

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16 More Coronavirus Deaths in Mass., 270 New Confirmed Cases – NBC Boston

[ad_1] Massachusetts reported Thursday that 16 people with the new coronavirus have died and 270 more cases of the virus were confirmed. The Massachusetts Department of Public Health has now confirmed 8,265 deaths and 107,683 cases. There are an additional 57 probable cases listed in the department’s daily COVID-19 report …

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The Highest Rates of Positive COVID-19 Tests by Town – NBC Boston

[ad_1] For the 15th straight week, the state Department of Public Health released a breakdown of the total number of coronavirus cases in each Massachusetts city and town. Until mid-July, the state provided data on the communities with the highest rates of cases per 100,000 people. This data is no …

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Another 17 Coronavirus Deaths, 165 More Cases Confirmed in Mass. – NBC Boston

[ad_1] Another 18 people with the new coronavirus have died in Massachusetts, health officials said Wednesday, and 192 more cases were confirmed. The Massachusetts Department of Public Health has now confirmed 8,249 deaths and 107,413 cases. There are an additional 95 probable cases listed in the department’s daily COVID-19 report …

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Another 17 Coronavirus Deaths, 165 More Cases Confirmed in Mass. – NBC Boston

[ad_1] Massachusetts’ official coronavirus death toll rose by 17 Tuesday as 165 new cases were confirmed, health officials said. The Massachusetts Department of Public Health has now confirmed 8,231 deaths and 107,221 cases. There are an additional 79 probable cases listed in the department’s daily COVID-19 report for Tuesday, adding …

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21 Deaths, 216 Cases Newly Confirmed – NBC Boston

[ad_1] Massachusetts’ official coronavirus death toll rose by 21 Friday as 216 new cases were confirmed, health officials said. The Massachusetts Department of Public Health has now confirmed 8,184 deaths and 106,487 cases. There are an additional 82 probable cases listed in the department’s daily COVID-19 report for Friday, adding …

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The Highest Rates of Positive COVID-19 Tests by Town – NBC Boston

[ad_1] For the 14th straight week, the state Department of Public Health released a breakdown of the total number of coronavirus cases in each Massachusetts city and town. Until this week, the state provided data on the communities with the highest rates of cases per 100,000 people. This data was …

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Map Shows Cases by ZIP Code – NBC Chicago

[ad_1] Illinois residents can track coronavirus cases in their neighborhood using ZIP code data from the state’s department of public health. The interactive map below allows residents to track cases by ZIP code and county. Additional information including race demographics, age demographics, gender and total number of people tested is …

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Mass. Coronavirus Death Toll Rises by 28 as 213 More Cases Are Reported – NBC Boston

[ad_1] The coronavirus pandemic claimed another 28 lives in Massachusetts, health officials said Friday, reporting 213 new infections, including confirmed and probable cases. Of those deaths, all are in people with confirmed cases of COVID-19, the disease caused by the virus. And 152 of the newly reported cases are confirmed, …

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25 More Deaths, 295 New Cases – NBC Boston

[ad_1] Another 25 people with the new coronavirus have died in Massachusetts and 295 new infections have been detected, including confirmed and probable cases in both metrics, health officials said Thursday. Of those deaths, all are in people with confirmed cases of COVID-19, the disease caused by the virus. And …

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