Natick Lowers Number of Positive COVID-19 Cases from 228 to 212

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NATICK –The Town of Natick has adjusted the total number of its positive cases of COVID-19.

On April 20, the Town of Natick was reporting 228 coronavirus cases since March 1.

As of April 21, the Town is reporting 212 cases of the COVID-19 since March 1.

The community said “confirmed cases adjusted, individuals incorrectly listed as Natick residents. Cases transferred to residing community.


There have been at least 17 deaths reported in the community as Mary Ann Morse Healthcare as reported 17 residents have died from COVID19.

The facility also has 75 positive residents and 36 positive staffers.

 Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker announced today at noon that he is closing schools physically for the remaining 2019-2020 school year.

Massachusetts is “still very much in the grip of the pandemic,” said Gov. Baker.

There is no cure and no vaccine, reminded the Governor, speaking at a press conference today.


The Commonwealth of Massachusetts reported 1,556 new COVID-19 positive cases within the last 24 hours. Yesterday, the Commonwealth reported 1566 cases.

The state yesterday released a new portal full of data on COVID-19 cases in Massachusetts. Two of the charts are included in this report.

Massachusets Governor Charlie Baker has been saying for weeks the surge in COVID-19 cases was expected between April 10 and yesterday, April 20.


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