Confirmed COVID-19 cases in Berkshire County rise by 14, to 119
PITTSFIELD — Confirmed coronavirus cases rose to 119 in Berkshire County on Saturday, an increase of 14 from Friday, state public health officials said.
No new deaths were reported in the county. Two deaths were reported Friday in the Berkshires, bringing the total to four.
Statewide, the death total rose by 9 to 44.
Hampden County saw three additional deaths as of Saturday’s report.
As of Saturday, more than 35,000 individuals had been tested in Massachusetts for the virus, up from 29,371.
The number of confirmed cases statewide stood Saturday at 4,257 — up 1,17, or 31.3 percent from Friday’s total.
Deaths in Massachusetts reported Saturday include:
• A woman in her 60s in Essex County.
• A woman in her 80s in Suffolk County.
• A man in his 80s in Worcester County.
• A woman in her 80s in Norfolk County.
• A man in his 70s in Hampden County.
• A man in his 80s in Hampden County.
• A man in his 80s in Norfolk County.
• A woman in her 50s in Worcester County.
• A woman in her 90s in Hampden County.
The county-by-county breakdown of the current cases Saturday is as follows:
• Barnstable: 133
• Berkshire: 119
• Bristol: 179
• Dukes and Nantucket: 8
• Essex: 472
• Franklin: 39
• Hampden: 183
• Hampshire: 30
• Middlesex: 842
• Norfolk: 490
• Plymouth: 272
• Suffolk: 843
• Worcester: 291
• Unknown: 356
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