Massachusetts reports 2,914 new coronavirus cases as hospitalizations rise

Public health officials reported 2,914 new coronavirus cases in Massachusetts on Saturday and 40 more deaths as regular reporting resumed after the Thanksgiving holiday.
The 2,914 new cases mark a decline after the Department of Public Health recorded 4,464 new cases Friday in a report that included two days’ worth of data. It was also a decline from Wednesday, when 3,224 cases were reported over a 30-hour period.
The highest daily COVID-19 case count was 3,079 cases on April 23, coming at the height of the spring surge.
The seven-day average number of confirmed cases ticked down to 1,607 on Friday from a high of more than 2,500 last week.
There have now been 214,662 confirmed COVID-19 cases in the commonwealth. Currently, there are an estimated 42,549 active cases, up 697 from Friday.
Another 303 probable cases were reported Saturday, for a total confirmed and probable case count of 222,469.
The seven-day weighted average positive test rate ticked up to 3.57% after hovering closer to 3% earlier in the week. With testing from higher education institutions removed, the average was 5.16%.
Hospitalizations ticked over 1,000 on Saturday. Out of 1,045 patients, 225 were in intensive care units and 111 were intubated — all up from the day prior. The seven-day average number of patients hospitalized increased to 958 from 936, continuing an upward trend.
The 40 new deaths reported Saturday bring the toll from confirmed cases to 10,441. With deaths linked to probable cases included — another one was reported Saturday — that tally rose to 10,676.
The seven-day average number of deaths was 24 as of Thursday, the last day for which data was available.
Long-term care facilities reported another 13 deaths, for a total of 6,755. There are now 401 facilities that have had at least one COVID-19 case, and 27,246 workers and residents who have been sickened.
As the coronavirus continues to surge across Massachusetts and the country, the United States crossed 200,000 daily cases for the first time on Friday.
More than 13 million cases have been reported overall in the U.S., and 62 million have been recorded globally. More than 256,000 Americans have died, and 1.4 million people have lost their lives worldwide. But more than 39 million people have recovered globally, including 4.9 million in the U.S.

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