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Massachusetts health officials report 698 new COVID-19 cases, four new deaths

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Massachusetts Public Health officials report testing a total of 39,066 people in Massachusetts resulting in 4,955 positive results of COVID-19. Officials also reported four more deaths since yesterday bringing the total deaths in Massachusets to 48. The 24-hour increase is more than 4,000 more tested resulting in 698 more positive cases. The four deaths is a recent low after seeing 10 deaths each on Friday and Saturday.

Bristol County increased from 179 on Saturday to 208 on Sunday an increase of 29 new COVID-19 cases. None of the four deaths were in Bristol County.

New Bedford now has 13 positive cases of COVID-19, Fall River has 12: https://www.newbedfordguide.com/new-bedford-reports-13-total-cases-of-covid-19-on-sunday/2020/03/29

Here’s a look at the positive test results by Massachusets County and the details on the four most recent deaths:

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