June 25, 2021

337 new COVID-19 cases, 18 additional deaths reported in Massachusetts

337 new COVID-19 cases, 18 additional deaths reported in Massachusetts


The Massachusetts Department of Public Health on Friday registered an additional 337 confirmed COVID-19 cases, bringing the total number nationwide since the outbreak to 655,687. State health officials also added 18 confirmed COVID-19-related deaths to the state total, which now reported a setback of 17,384.DPH from a large laboratory, resulting in a lower number of trials and cases reported Friday. Those results will be added to the dashboard on Saturday. So far, about 8.33 million doses of the Covid-19 vaccine have been shipped to Massachusetts, of which about 7.03 million, or 84.3%, have been administered. So far, about 3.13 million people in the state have been fully vaccinated. There are an estimated 14,884 cases pending across Massachusetts, the lowest score since the metric was introduced last fall, according to the report. CLICK HERE TO SEE THE LAST DOWN DOWN DOWN DOWN DOWN DOWN DAUGHTER COVID-19 DATA WITH THE STATE. A total of 376 patients with confirmed coronavirus disease have been admitted to hospital in Massachusetts, of whom 104 are reported to be in the intensive care unit. According to the DPH Weekly Report released on Thursday, 6 communities were at high risk for “red” or COVID-19, down from 13 communities last week. The government says there have been 624,708 recoveries, according to the latest weekly report. Massachusetts Govt-19 Cases, Hospital Admissions and Deaths New data on the progress of the Massachusetts vaccine are usually published daily at 5 pm and weekly reports are usually published on Thursdays at 5 pm

The Massachusetts Department of Public Health on Friday announced an additional 337 confirmed COVID-19 cases, bringing the total number nationwide since the outbreak to 655,687.

State health officials have added 18 confirmed COVID-19-related deaths to the state’s total, which now stands at 17,384.

DPH said a setback was reported from a large laboratory, resulting in a lower number of tests and cases being reported Friday. Those results will be added to the dashboard on Saturday.

To date, approximately 8.33 million doses of the COVID-19 vaccine have been shipped to Massachusetts, of which approximately 7.03 million, or 84.3%, have been administered. So far, about 3.13 million people in the state have been fully vaccinated.

There are an estimated 14,884 cases in operation across Massachusetts, the lowest score recorded since the metric was introduced last fall, according to the report.

A total of 376 patients with confirmed coronavirus disease have been admitted to hospital in Massachusetts, of whom 104 are reported to be in the intensive care unit.

In a DPH weekly report released Thursday, 6 communities were at high risk for “red” or COVID-19, down from 13 communities last week. The government says 624,708 have been collected, according to the latest weekly report.


Massachusetts COVID-19 cases, hospitalization and death

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New data is usually published daily at 5 pm and weekly reports are usually published on Thursdays at 5 pm