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Pittsfield Mayor Linda Tyer tested positive for COVID-19 on Saturday and won't be able to return to the office until at least Friday.
Berkshire Health Systems testing, currently 500-plus people daily, shows 22 percent positive results for the disease. But intensive-care hospitalizations and deaths remain low.
Masks will continue to be required in city schools, but that might change in mid-March.
Despite social media claims, remdesivir is not killing COVID patients. A retrospective study led by Johns Hopkins University researchers found that hospitalized COVID-19 patients who were on low-flow oxygen and administered remdesivir were less likely to die when compared with a control group.
Thanks to our new love of stretchy pants and staying home, Americans are showering less than usual. Columnist Donald Morrison explains why it isn't such a bad thing.
Seventy people have tested positive for COVID-19 in an outbreak at the North Adams Commons. Seven people have died.
Twenty residents and two staff members at North Adams Commons have tested positive for COVID-19.