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Recovered Cases (MASS.) 93,157 Recovered, 201 New Cases (in a Day), 56,736 Tested (Total New Tests in a Day) — Data By JHU

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By 2020 Johns Hopkins University

This page was last updated on Wednesday, July 8, 2020 at 5:59 AM EDT.

Rate of Positive Tests in the US and States Over Time

How Much Of The Disease Are We Finding Through Tests?

This graph shows the total daily number of virus tests conducted in each state and of those tests, how many were positive each day. The trend line in blue shows the average percentage of tests that were positive over the last 7 days. The rate of positivity is an important indicator because it can provide insights into whether a community is conducting enough testing to find cases. If a community’s positivity is high, it suggests that that community may largely be testing the sickest patients and possibly missing milder or asymptomatic cases. A lower positivity may indicate that a community is including in its testing patients with milder or no symptoms. The WHO has said that in countries that have conducted extensive testing for COVID-19, should remain at 5% or lower for at least 14 days.


Federal guidelines advise that states wait until they experience a downward trajectory of documented cases within a 14-day period before proceeding to a phased opening. In the state-specific view of the graph, this two-week period is highlighted in orange if cases are trending upward, or green if they are trending down.

93,157 recovered, 8,213 deaths

Massachusetts US

MASS. Daily confirmed new cases (3-day moving average)

71,091 recovered, 32,243 deaths,

New York US

30,774 recovered, 15,281 deaths,

New Jersey US

93,157 recovered, 8,213 deaths,

Massachusetts US

SOURCE: https://coronavirus.jhu.edu/map.html

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