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Massachusetts reports new low for coronavirus hospitalizations, U.S. death and case averages drop to milestone

1 month ago   |   By Boston Herald

Massachusetts health officials on Monday reported five more coronavirus deaths and 48 new cases, continuing the trend of lower numbers amid the vaccine rollout.
The number of COVID patients currently in Bay State hospitals is down to 100, which also marks a pandemic low. Hospitalizations on Monday dropped by eight patients from Sunday's total of 108 patients.
There are now 33 patients in intensive care units, and 15 patients are intubated.
Meanwhile, the U.S. hit a new milestone in the fight against COVID. The U.S. daily average of deaths and cases are the lowest they've been since last...
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