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Baker Seeing "Right Kinds of Trends"

Gov. Charlie Baker toured Merrow Manufacturing in Fall River on Tuesday before speaking with reporters. Merrow has been working with the administration to adapt its textile operations to produce personal protective equipment. [Photo: Boston Herald/Pool]

Key indicators about the COVID-19 outbreak in Massachusetts have for the first time moved in an encouraging direction for several days straight, Gov. Charlie Baker said Tuesday, but as other states are opening up economic activity, officials here still want to see at least two weeks of steady progress.

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Latest COVID-19 Figures in Mass.

Data as of 5 p.m. Friday.
New Confirmed Cases1,734
Total Confirmed Cases547,358
Total Deaths16,024
Full Vaccinations480,196

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