Update: 1,480 New COVID Cases, 32 Newly Confirmed Deaths In MA
State officials have released new information in regards to coronavirus cases in the Bay State.
According to a story reported on by Western Mass News, the Mass. Department of Public Health said that as of Monday, February 15, there were 530,735 confirmed cases in the Bay State. That marks an increase of 1,480 cases since Sunday.
There were also 62,852 new people tested by molecular test reported since Sunday, with a total of 15,011,405 molecular tests administered.
There are 1,107 patients currently hospitalized with COVID-19. The average age of patients currently hospitalized is 72-years-old.
- New Confirmed Cases: 8
- Total Confirmed Cases: 4,738
- New Deaths: 0
- Total Confirmed and Probable Deaths: 242
COVID-19 Cases in Long-Term Care Facilities:
- Residents/Healthcare workers with probable or confirmed COVID-19: 34,391
- Facilities reporting at least one probable or confirmed case of COVID-19: 422
- Probable or confirmed COVID-19 deaths: 8,382
To check out the Mass. Department of Public Health COVID-19 Dashboard where you can find out more statistics and a further breakdown on all the numbers, go here.
And you can also check out the initial story for more information. Just visit Western Mass News' website here.
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