Health Officials: There Are Now 41 Coronavirus Cases In Massachusetts

BOSTON (WBZ NewsRadio) — Health officials in Massachusetts said on Monday there are now 41 cases of the coronavirus, either confirmed or presumptive, in the Commonwealth.

This is 13 more than the 28 cases announced over the weekend. The total number of presumptive positive cases is now at 40, as well as one confirmed case.

The majority of the cases are in Middlesex County, which currently has 15 cases. There are 10 cases in Norfolk County, 10 in Suffolk County, five in Berkshire County, and one in Worcester County.

The state's Department of Public Health said all of the most recent presumptive positive cases are either isolated at home or they're in a health care facility.

Nine of the new cases are directly connected to the Biogen employee conference in Boston late last month.

WBZ NewsRadio's Nichole Davis (@NicholeWBZ) reports

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