Massachusetts health officials said another 19 people had died from the coronavirus, bringing the number of deaths nationwide to 8,310 since the beginning of the pandemic.
State Department of Public Health officials also confirmed an additional 273 cases of COVID-19, bringing the total number of cases in the Community to at least 108,370. This is based on 1,440,717 total molecular tests reported by Sunday.
There were also 96 new probable cases of the virus, increasing the number of probable cases to 7,257, officials said. There are 21
As of Sunday, 364 people are currently hospitalized for coronavirus, including 56 in the intensive care unit.
The latest figures come as Massachusetts officials are still concerned about new outbreaks locally, as several states in the South and West are witnessing new cases emerging during the phased reopening.
Cape Cod officials said they had seen an increase in cases over the past week. A party in Chatham, which took place on July 12, involved at least 10 cases.
A pop-up coronavirus testing site will open in Chatham on Monday for people attending a July 12 party linked to the COVID-19 cluster in Cape Cod. The city, in coordination with the Barnstable County Department of Health and Environment, will host the pop-up site for the city service car park on Monday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
From August 1, all passengers, including students returning to school, must quarantine for two weeks and fill out a Massachusetts travel form or risk a $ 500 fine each day for non-compliance. To avoid quarantine, passengers must show a negative COVID-19 test within 72 hours before arriving in the country.
Sunday’s figures follow a government order from Charlie Baker requiring visitors from some states to quarantine for 14 days or be fined. Visitors from New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Maine, Rhode Island, Vermont, New Hampshire and Hawaii have been released.
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Here are the cases listed in the county:
Barnstable County: 1693
Bristol County: 8,882
County Dukes: 64
Essex County: 16,952
Franklin County: 396
Hampden County: 7,283
Middlesex County: 25,333
Nantucket County: 31
Norfolk County: 9,971
Plymouth County: 8,985
Suffolk County: 20,896
Worcester County: 13,093
Unknown location: 325