COVID-19 cases in Massachusetts
|COVID-19 cases in Massachusetts as of May 24, 2020|
|Confirmed cases of COVID-19||92,675|
COVID-19 case overview data
Updated daily by 4 p.m.
The COVID-19 Dashboard includes daily and cumulative confirmed cases; cases by hospital, county, and age/sex/ethnicity; testing by date; deaths; hospital capacity and census; nursing home data; and PPE distribution.
Regarding today’s dashboard:
- The number of cases currently in the ICU can now be found on Page 8.
- The % of all cases currently hospitalized number can be calculated by dividing the number currently hospitalized on page 8 by the total number of cases on page 1.
Special note: As of May 18, COVID-19 testing numbers reflect the date a test is administered, rather than the date the test result is received. DPH believes this to be a more precise picture of how many people are getting tested each day.
Raw data used to create the dashboard is available here: COVID-19 Raw Data - May 24, 2020
Previous daily charts are available here: Archive of COVID-19 cases in Massachusetts
COVID-19 cases by city/town
Reported weekly. Updated each Wednesday by 4 p.m.
This report details the count and rate (per 100,000) of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Massachusetts by city/town.
Massachusetts residents subject to COVID-19 quarantine
Reported weekly. Updated each Wednesday by 12 p.m.
|Massachusetts residents subject to COVID-19 quarantine by current status as of May 19, 2020*|
|Total of individuals subject to quarantine||56,338|
|Total of individuals who have completed monitoring (no longer in quarantine)||32,549|
|Total of individuals currently undergoing monitoring/under quarantine||23,789|
*Data are accurate as of 5/19/2020 at 5 p.m.
Learn more about quarantine or self-monitoring.
Nursing home accountability and support reporting
The Commonwealth has taken strong steps to support the safety of residents in nursing facilities during the COVID-19 public health emergency, and as part of a second round of funding of up to $130 million for two months for nursing homes that meet specific requirements and accountability measures, all facilities are being regularly audited against a 28-point Infection Control Checklist.