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The state also reported 546 hospitalized COVID-19 patients. Here's the data reported Tuesday, Oct. 26, 2021.
Newly reported cases: 1,115
Total confirmed cases: 790,431
Newly reported deaths: 23
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An ambulance crew weaves a gurney through the halls of Sparrow Hospital's emergency department in Lansing, Michigan.
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ERs are now swamped with seriously ill patients but most don't even have COVID
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Mass. reports 3,173 new COVID-19 cases, 20 new deaths over 3 days
The state also reported 527 hospitalized COVID-19 patients. Here's the data reported Monday, Oct. 25, 2021.
Newly reported cases: 3,173
Total confirmed cases: 789,316
Newly reported deaths: 20
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