Massachusetts reports 3,995 new coronavirus cases, 47 more deaths

Massachusetts public health officials reported 47 more deaths and 3,995 new coronavirus cases on Saturday, a sizable drop from the day prior even as COVID-19 surges across the nation.
The 3,995 new cases reported Saturday were down from 5,632 on Friday, 4,985 on Thursday and 5,450 on Wednesday. The seven-day average number of new confirmed cases is 3,074.
There have now been 306,928 confirmed coronavirus cases in the commonwealth. Another 349 probable cases were added Saturday for a confirmed and probable case count of 319,270. The number of estimated active cases grew to 81,282 from 80,989.
The state’s seven-day weighted average positive test rate remained elevated at 6%. With testing from higher-education institutions removed, it was 7.79%. Another 80,214 tests were reported, for a total of more than 10 million.
There are currently 1,927 patients in hospitals, with 383 in intensive care units and 196 intubated. The seven-day average number of hospitalizations ticked up to 1,836, continuing an upward trend. The highest peak of Massachusetts’ coronavirus hospitalizations was 3,965 on April 21.
The 47 new fatalities bring the state’s confirmed COVID-19 death toll to 11,405. With probable cases included, the toll is 11,657.
Long-term care facilities reported another 14 deaths for a total of 7,120. There are 408 facilities that have reported at least one COVID-19 case, and 29,454 workers and residents have fallen ill.
Amid rising cases and hospitalizations post-Thanksgiving, Gov. Charlie Baker on Friday again urged people to avoid large gatherings for the rest of the holiday season.
“The most important thing people need to do is recognize and understand the role of informal gatherings where no one wears masks, there are no rules and the virus spreads,” he said. “That remains, for all intents and purposes, our greatest challenge.”
The United States on Friday recorded nearly 250,000 new coronavirus cases in a day, according to Johns Hopkins University trackers. The virus has infected more than 17.5 million Americans and killed some 315,000. Global cases have topped 76 million and more than 1.6 million people have died.

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