1,577 COVID-19 cases, 29 additional deaths reported in Massachusetts – WCVB Boston

1,577 COVID-19 cases, 29 additional deaths reported in Massachusetts

Updated: 5:00 PM EST Mar 12, 2021

The Massachusetts Department of Public Health reported an additional 1,577 validated COVID-19 cases Friday, bringing the statewide total to 565,560 given that the start of the pandemic. State health authorities likewise added 29 validated COVID-19-related deaths to the states overall, which is now 16,247. As of Friday, an overall of 2,804,850 dosages of COVID-19 vaccine have actually been delivered to the state, of which 2,416,780– or 86.2%– have actually been administered. Up until now, 853,433 individuals are fully immunized in Massachusetts.An estimated 25,858 cases are active across Massachusetts, according to the report.Click here to see a graphical take a look at COVID-19 dataLatest town-by-town breakdown launched by state The report said 641 patients with confirmed coronavirus cases were hospitalized in Massachusetts, of which 170 were reported to be in an intensive care unit.In the DPHs weekly report released on Thursday, 14 neighborhoods were in the “Red,” or at high danger of COVID-19, down from 19 neighborhoods the week before.Massachusetts COVID-19 fatalitiesmassachusetts, cases and hospitalizations vaccination progressNew data is usually released daily around 5 p.m. and weekly reports are normally launched on Thursdays, also around 5 p.m

. The Massachusetts Department of Public Health reported an additional 1,577 validated COVID-19 cases Friday, bringing the statewide total to 565,560 since the start of the pandemic. State health authorities likewise added 29 confirmed COVID-19-related deaths to the states total, which is now 16,247.
Since Friday, a total of 2,804,850 dosages of COVID-19 vaccine have actually been shipped to the state, of which 2,416,780– or 86.2%– have been administered. Far, 853,433 people are totally immunized in Massachusetts.An approximated 25,858 cases are active throughout Massachusetts, according to the report.The report stated 641 clients with verified coronavirus cases were hospitalized in Massachusetts, of which 170 were reported to be in an intensive care unit.In the DPHs weekly report released on Thursday, 14 neighborhoods were in the “Red,” or at high risk of COVID-19, down from 19 communities the week before.Massachusetts COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations and fatalitiesMassachusetts vaccination progressNew data is normally released daily around 5 p.m. and weekly reports are typically launched on Thursdays, likewise around 5 p.m.