24 more COVID-19 deaths in Massachusetts; 1,334 new cases

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BOSTON (WPRI) — The Massachusetts Department of Health on Saturday announced 24 new COVID-19 related deaths, bringing the total in the state up to 216.

Health officials said there are 1,334 new cases for a total of 11,736. So far, 68,800 people in Massachusetts have been tested for the virus.

Breakdown of cases and deaths by county (Mass.gov)>>

A Bristol County woman in her 80s is one of the newest deaths. She was in the hospital, but it’s unclear if she had any preexisting conditions.

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