DPH Chief Sees "Very Good Trend" On COVID-19 Cases
10/13/21 3:36 PM
The state's acting public health commissioner said Wednesday she sees a "very good trend" in COVID-19 metrics in Massachusetts, which have lately featured declining hospitalization and case numbers. As of Tuesday afternoon, the cumulative number of COVID-19 cases recorded in Massachusetts since February 2020 stood at 772,932, or nearly 100,000 more than the population of Boston.
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