State health officials on Saturday announced that another 515 people have tested positive for COVID-19 and another 18 people have died from complications of the disease.
During the pandemic, at least 127,832 Massachusetts residents tested positive for the virus and 9,178 died.
The new cases on Saturday are based on 14,310 molecular tests. A total of 3,780,020 molecular tests were administered in Massachusetts during the pandemic, according to data from the Department of Public Health.
The seven-day weighted average of positive tests is 0.9%. For most of September, the rate remained at 0.8% or 0.9%, the data indicate.
As of Saturday, 354 people were hospitalized for coronavirus, 77 of whom were hospitalized in the intensive care unit.
Massachusetts has added Oregon to its list of high-risk states. As of Saturday, all travelers to or from Oregon must quarantine or undergo testing. There are 41
Here is the number of coronavirus cases in each Massachusetts county:
Barnstable County: 1,750
Berkshire County: 707
Bristol County: 9,981
Dukes County: 63
Essex County: 19,637
Franklin County: 408
Hampden County: 8,147
Hampshire County: 1,222
Middlesex County: 27.201
Nantucket County: 94
Norfolk County: 10,212
Plymouth County: 9,639
Suffolk County: 24,177
Worcester County: 14.301
Unknown location: 293
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