City of Framingham Announces 234 New COVID Cases and 255th Death
FRAMINGHAM – The City of Framingham today, December 8, announced 234 new COVID-19 cases since last week.
Last week, the City reported 118 new cases, and 123 cases the week before.
The City of Framingham said it now has 310 active cases, up from 210 last week.
Framingham has had a total of 9,846 coronavirus cases since the pandemic began. Framingham has about 72,500 residents., according to the official census.
That means more than 14% of the City has been diagnosed with COVID-19 since the pandemic began in March 2020.
The City did not announce how many individuals in quarantine.
The City of Framingham is now reporting 9,239 individuals have recovered from the coronavirus.
Framingham Health Director Alex DePalo told SOURCE “cases are moved into a Recovered status when the individual has completed isolation and is not experiencing any COVID symptoms (including fever without a fever-reducing medication). Isolation is a minimum of 10 days however it can be longer if symptoms persist or if the individual becomes severely ill. It is a case by case determination.”
Since the pandemic, began 255 individuals have died from COVID-19 in the City of Framingham, as the city announced a new death today, December 8.
The City’s equity vaccine initiative has vaccinated 7,104 in 2021, up from 6,770, or 334 new vaccinations.