Marlborough Announces 43 New COVID Cases & 2 Additional Deaths; City Surges Pass 1,300 Cases

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MARLBOROUGH – The City of Marlborough remains a high-risk community for the coronavirus.

Today, October 12, City announced 43 new positive COVID-19 cases since Friday, October 9.

The City is reporting a total of 1,330 cases, since the pandemic began.

Marlborough became one of the Commonwealth’s high-risk communities in the state at the end of September.

The City of Marlborough’s COVID-19 positive rate increased from 13.8 to 17.4 as of October 8th.

The State considers a community high risk if there are more than 8 new cases per day per 100,000 people over a 2-week period.

The City announced two more COVID-19 deaths, to mark 72 since the pandemic.

The good news is that 1,178 individuals have recovered from the virus.

Active cases in the City increased from 61 to 80.

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