Massachusetts saw a decrease in cases, active cases, hospitalizations and average positive test rate in Saturday’s COVID-19 report.
Massachusetts saw 203 more positive cases announced today, a decrease from Friday’s report. The 7 day weighted average positive test rate decreased slightly from 0.74% to 0.69%. Today’s percentage was the lowest since the pandemic began.
Massachusetts had seen 253 more positive cases announced yesterday.
Courtesy of MDPH
The Massachusetts Department of Health statistics show an increase in total confirmed cases to 660,969 with 14 new deaths (9 confirmed, 5 probable) for a total of 17,868 (17,504 confirmed, 364 probable).
The overall amount of tests administered in Massachusetts is now 22,908,581 after 45,028 new molecular tests.
The 7 day average of confirmed COVID-19 deaths increased from 5.4 to 5.9. At the beginning of February, the average death rate was 70+.
Estimated active cases saw a decrease by 400+ to 6,892. In the last 38 days, active cases have decreased by over 27,300.
Hospitalizations have increased in 94 of the last 202 days, but saw a decrease of 5 to lower the total to 236. Hospitalizations have decreased in 33 of the last 39 days after a period of mainly increases. There were 2,428 in the Bay State on January 4th. Today’s total of 236 active hospitalizations was the lowest since September 27th.
Nursing home cases and cluster information issued on May 27th.
According to the May 27th report, Fall River has a 13.4 Average Daily COVID-19 Rate per 100,000 population (Last 14 days) (15.8 last week). New Bedford, who has the highest rate in Bristol County, saw a decrease to 15.9 (was 21.9). Westport saw a decrease to 3.4 (was 6.0), Swansea is at 8.1, a decrease, and was 14.3 last week. Somerset saw a decrease as they sit at 8.1 (was 12.7). Freetown stands at 6.3, a decrease from 7.9. Dartmouth is currently at 3.9, a decrease from last week’s 4.4. Acushnet decreased to 7.5 (was 19.1). Berkley is at 10.5 and was 9.4 last week.
1 Massachusetts community, the small town of Tisbury on Martha’s Vineyard, is in the red (high risk) which is down from 2 last week. 6 were in the red the week before.
Massachusetts Officials have issued a “vaccine doses administered and shipped” report updated on May 27th.weekly-covid-19-vaccination-report-5-27-2021