68,000 Tested for COVID-19 in Massachusetts

by | Apr 4, 2020 | News

The Department of Public Health [DPH] reported in its daily report for Saturday, April 4, that more than 68,000 people in Massachusetts have been tested for COVID-19.

Saturday’s report also revealed 24 new COVID-19 related deaths in Massachusetts. Saturday’s number of new deaths reported is fewer than each of the last four days.

The total number of individuals who have died from COVID-19 related illness in Massachusetts is 216.

Of the 24 individuals who have reportedly died, three are from Berkshire County, one from Franklin County and seven from Hampden County.

Below, you can review the full list of those reported Saturday to have died.

Since Friday’s report, 5,838 new test results have been completed.  There have now been 68,800 COVID-19 tests conducted in Massachusetts.

Within the new test results reported, 1,334 were positive results. There are now 11,736 positive cases of COVID-19 in Massachusetts.

Hampden county has 733 of those positive cases while Hampshire has 125, Franklin 95 and Berkshire 253.

 

SexAgeCountyPreexisting ConditionsHospitalized
Male60sHampdenYesNo
Male70sFranklinUnknownYes
Male70sNorfolkYesYes
Male80sBerkshireUnknownUnknown
Female80sBristolUnknownYes
Male80sEssexUnknownYes
Female80sHampdenUnknownYes
Male80sHampdenUnknownUnknown
Male80sHampdenYesNo
Female80sPlymouthUnknownYes
Male80sSuffolkUnknownUnknown
Male80sSuffolkUnknownUnknown
Male80sSuffolkUnknownYes
Male80sWorcesterYesUnknown
Female90sBerkshireYesUnknown
Male90sBerkshireUnknownUnknown
Female90sEssexYesYes
Male90sHampdenYesUnknown
Male90sHampdenUnknownUnknown
Male90sHampdenYesNo
Male90sSuffolkYesYes
Male90sSuffolkUnknownYes
Female90sWorcesterYesYes
Male90sWorcesterYesUnknown
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