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286 New Coronavirus Cases, 14 More Deaths in Massachusetts – NBC Boston

[ad_1] Another 286 people have tested positive for the new coronavirus and 14 more people with the virus have died, Massachusetts health officials said Sunday. There have now been 8,514 deaths and 112,459 cases reported in the state, according to the Massachusetts Department of Public Health. The percentage of coronavirus …

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320 New Coronavirus Cases, 18 More Deaths in Massachusetts – NBC Boston

[ad_1] Another 320 people have tested positive for the new coronavirus and 18 more people with the virus have died, Massachusetts health officials said Friday. There have now been 8,488 deaths and 111,853 cases reported in the state, according to the Massachusetts Department of Public Health. The percentage of coronavirus …

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What Caused Revere’s COVID-19 Outbreak? – NBC Boston

[ad_1] Revere, among the state’s top coronavirus hot spots, is implementing stringent restrictions and offering free testing in an attempt to get the city’s growing number of cases under control. Officials blame the outbreak on a rise in social gatherings as contact tracing shows a Revere resident infected 20 friends …

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Revere, Among Top Mass. COVID-19 Hot Spots, Suspends City Events – NBC Boston

[ad_1] The city of Revere, Massachusetts, which has had 6% of coronavirus tests return positive over the last two weeks, suspended the local high school’s graduation along with all city-sponsored events until its virus metrics improve, its mayor said Thursday. Revere is currently among the state’s top coronavirus hot spots, …

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Active Cases Have Been Climbing for Nearly a Month – NBC Boston

[ad_1] The number of active COVID-19 cases rose nearly 25% over the last week and has been steady or climbing for nearly a month while Massachusetts has settled into the third of four reopening phases and planned for the approaching school year. There were 3,912 people isolated with confirmed COVID-19 …

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162 New Coronavirus Cases, 32 More Deaths in Massachusetts – NBC Boston

[ad_1] Massachusetts has confirmed that 162 more people have tested positive for the new coronavirus and 32 additional people with the virus have died, health officials said Thursday. There have now been 8,470 deaths and 111,533 cases reported in the state, according to the Massachusetts Department of Public Health. The …

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Mass. Confirms 338 New Coronavirus Cases, 2 More Deaths – NBC Boston

[ad_1] Another 338 people have tested positive for the new coronavirus in Massachusetts, health officials said Wednesday, reporting that two more people with the have died. There have now been 8,438 deaths and 111,371 cases reported in the state, according to the Massachusetts Department of Public Health. The percentage of …

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438 New Confirmed Coronavirus Cases, 9 More Deaths in Mass. – NBC Boston

[ad_1] Massachusetts on Tuesday reported that 9 more people with the new coronavirus have died and 438 new cases of the virus were detected. There have now been 8,436 deaths and 111,033 cases reported in the state, according to the Massachusetts Department of Public Health. The percentage of coronavirus tests …

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Gov. Charlie Baker to Provide COVID-19 Update – NBC Boston

[ad_1] Gov. Charlie Baker is scheduled to provide an update on coronavirus in Massachusetts on Tuesday afternoon. Baker is scheduled to speak at 1 p.m. after touring Boston MedFlight’s headquarters at Hanscom Air Field in Bedford. The company has been working to transport COVID-19 patients from community hospitals to larger …

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674 New Coronavirus Cases, 18 Deaths Reported Across New England – NBC Boston

[ad_1] New England states reported an additional 674 coronavirus cases and 18 new deaths on Monday. The results from some states included full weekend totals, as not all states report data on Saturdays and Sundays. MASSACHUSETTS Massachusetts reported 10 confirmed COVID-19-related deaths Monday, bringing the total number of confirmed and …

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