Massachusetts coronavirus deaths cross 12,000

Massachusetts health officials on Saturday reported 7,424 new coronavirus cases and 46 deaths over the previous two days as the number of people dead of the virus in the state has crossed 12,000.
The state didn’t put out its normal daily COVID-19 count on Christmas, so this is data that came in over Thursday and Friday.
With the 7,424 new cases, Massachusetts health officials estimate there are 78,086 active cases of the highly contagious virus in the state. There have been 335,731 confirmed coronavirus cases here.
The new 46 confirmed deaths — plus another one probable COVID death — bring the total count to 12,010, according to the state’s report.
The average age of the new deaths was 80 as the virus continues to ravage the elderly population. Workers and residents at long-term care facilities account for 30,122 of the positive cases in the state since the start of the pandemic, and 7,219 of the deaths — that’s 60% of the total dead.
The state reported 108,445 new molecular tests over the two days, bringing the total to 10,622,490, per the data.
There are 2,077 people currently hospitalized in the state, down 18 over the past two days. Of those, 416 are in the ICU, up seven, and 232 are intubated, which is the same as two days ago.
The seven-day positive test rate is now 6.32%, and the seven-day average daily case count is 2,888 — a number that’s been trending down over the past week.
Boston released its regular semi-weekly report Saturday, showing a mixed bag of results. The seven-day positive test rate at 7.3% has begun to creep back downward after hitting 8% halfway through the month.
The all-important hospitalization metrics appear to have plateaued, with the percent of ICU beds free nudging back up to 15% from a low of 14% a week ago, though that’s still worse than the city’s “threshold for concern,” which is 20%. Boston remains above its 5% threshold for the percent of total free beds, though that number has inched back down to 9% after improving slightly for a few days.
The U.S. has recorded more than 331,000 coronavirus deaths. The country’s death toll is the highest in the world.
More than 18.9 million coronavirus cases have been recorded in the U.S. — also the most in the world, which has seen a total of more than 80 million sickened.

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