Massachusetts Reports 4,378 New Groundbreaking COVID-19 Cases

Massachusetts public health officials reported 4,378 new cases of COVID-19 in fully vaccinated people last week, data from the state Department of Public Health shows. Between September 18 and 25, 4,378 new breakthrough cases were notified to the DPH, during the same seven-day period, the state reported 11,137 new cases of COVID-19 throughout the state population. The DPH shows that there have been a total of 36,723 COVID-19 cases in fully vaccinated individuals as of September 25. Last week, the DPH reported a total of 32,345 breakthrough cases as of Sept. 18. The 36,723 total advancement cases of COVID-19 are among the 4.61 million residents who are considered fully vaccinated in Massachusetts, or about 0.8% of those people. The state health department said 1,155 cases of full advancement have resulted in hospitalization, an increase of 154 from the previous week. The state said 254 breakthrough cases have resulted in death according to information reported to date, an increase from 37 in the past week. Hospitals have started to see a decline in hospitalizations since a summer surge that began just after July 4. The number of COVID-19 patients currently stands at 606. It dropped to 80 on July 4 and to 707 on September 13. The seven-day average of hospitalizations has risen from a low of 85 on July 9 to the latest mark of 615.

Massachusetts public health officials reported 4,378 new cases of COVID-19 in fully vaccinated people last week, data from the state Department of Public Health shows.

A revolutionary case is when an individual tests positive for COVID-19 after being fully vaccinated against the disease.

The 4,378 new breakthrough cases were reported to the DPH between September 18 and 25.

During the same seven-day period, the state reported 11,137 new cases of COVID-19 among the entire state population.

Data from the DPH shows that there have been a total of 36,723 COVID-19 cases in fully vaccinated people as of September 25. Last week, the DPH reported a total of 32,345 breakthrough cases as of Sept. 18.

The total of 36,723 breakthrough COVID-19 cases are among the 4.61 million residents who consider themselves fully vaccinated in Massachusetts, or about 0.8% of those individuals.

The state health department said 1,155 cases of full advancement have resulted in hospitalization, an increase of 154 from the previous week.

The state said 254 major cases have resulted in deaths based on information reported to date, an increase from 37 in the past week.

Massachusetts hospitals have started to see a decline in hospitalizations since a summer surge that began just after July 4. The number of COVID-19 patients is currently 606. It dropped to 80 on July 4 and to 707 on September 13.

The seven-day average of hospitalizations has risen from a low of 85 on July 9 to the latest mark of 615.

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