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

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

Updated: 5:55 PM EDT May 14, 2021

The report said 376 clients with validated coronavirus cases were hospitalized in Massachusetts, of which 104 were reported to be in an intensive care unit.In the DPHs weekly report released on Thursday, 6 neighborhoods remained in the “Red,” or at high threat of COVID-19, below 13 communities recently. The state says there have been 624,708 recoveries, according to the latest weekly report.Massachusetts COVID-19 hospitalizations, fatalitiesmassachusetts and cases vaccination progressNew information is generally published daily around 5 p.m. and weekly reports are typically released on Thursdays, likewise around 5 p.m.

DPH said it was informed of a reporting lag from a big laboratory which resulted in a lower number of tests and cases being reported Friday. Far, about 3.13 million people in the state are totally vaccinated.An approximated 14,884 cases are active throughout Massachusetts, according to the report, the most affordable mark reported considering that the metric was introduced last fall. Click here to see a graphical look at COVID-19 dataLatest town-by-town breakdown released by state The report stated 376 clients with verified coronavirus cases were hospitalized in Massachusetts, of which 104 were reported to be in an intensive care unit.In the DPHs weekly report launched on Thursday, 6 neighborhoods were in the “Red,” or at high risk of COVID-19, down from 13 communities last week.
DPH said it was informed of a reporting lag from a big lab which resulted in a lower number of cases and tests being reported Friday. Those outcomes will be included in Saturdays dashboard.So far, about 8.33 million dosages of COVID-19 vaccine have actually been shipped to Massachusetts, of which about 7.03 million, or 84.3%, have actually been administered. Up until now, about 3.13 million people in the state are fully vaccinated.An estimated 14,884 cases are active throughout Massachusetts, according to the report, the most affordable mark reported because the metric was introduced last fall.