Boston, Massachusetts 2021-06-10 18:02:39 –
Massachusetts town-by-town coronavirus data show that there is no community in the red zone of COVID risk on Thursday. 2 weeks in a row..
In addition, there was no town in the Yellow Zone for the first time, down from seven last week.
It ’s a big change since January. 229 communities in the COVID Red Zone (more than two-thirds of the state)Take a look at this week’s map here:
Meanwhile, on Thursday, state health officials reported an additional 85 confirmed COVID cases and seven more deaths. The new figures have boosted the total number of confirmed cases in the state to 662,544 and the death toll to 17,566 since the outbreak of the pandemic.
On Thursday, the seven-day average of Massachusetts positive tests fell to 0.51%.
The number of patients in Massachusetts hospitals with confirmed cases of COVID-19 has decreased to 171. Of the patients currently hospitalized, 52 are stated to be in the intensive care unit and 23 have been intubated.
Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker announced at the end of the month that he would make some major changes to his coronavirus-related facial coverings. Here’s what you need to know about when vaccinated and unvaccinated people are still expected to wear masks:
Health officials’ predictions of active COVID-19 cases decreased from 3,480 on Wednesday to 3,191 on Thursday.
Massachusetts has received more than 8.2 million COVID-19 vaccines as of Thursday. This includes approximately 4.3 million initial doses and over 3.6 million second doses of Moderna and Pfizer vaccines. The Johnson & Johnson one-shot vaccine has been given more than 261,000 times.
Health officials reported that as of Thursday, 3,931,264 Bay residents were fully vaccinated.
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