Massachusetts DPH confirms 1,159 cases of coronavirus, 11 deaths Tuesday

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BOSTON (WWLP) – The number of confirmed coronavirus cases in Massachusetts has increased to 1,159 Tuesday, according to data released by the state’s department of public health. Eleven people have now died in Massachusetts due to COVID-19.

All 11 people who have died range from age 50 to 90. Three of the six men who died were from Suffolk County, while the other three were from Norfolk, Hampden, and Berkshire counties. The five women who died were from Worcester, Essex, Middlesex, and Berkshire counties.

All counties in Massachusetts have at least one case of coronavirus. The newly released numbers show a total of 49 cases in the western Massachusetts area.

Coronavirus cases by county:

  • Barnstable: 40
  • Berkshire: 37
  • Bristol: 31
  • Dukes and Nantucket: 2
  • Essex: 118
  • Franklin: 5
  • Hampden: 24
  • Hampshire: 8
  • Middlesex: 304
  • Norfolk: 129
  • Plymouth: 64
  • Suffolk: 234
  • Worcester: 73
  • Unknown: 90

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Age Groups Reported with cases:

  • ≤19 years of age: 24
  • 20-29 years of age: 188
  • 30-39 years of age: 205
  • 40-49 years of age: 214
  • 50-59 years of age: 208
  • 60-69 years of age: 153
  • ≥ 70 years of age: 164
  • Unknown: 3

You can view the full report here >>

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