COVID cases fall to 27

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New confirmed COVID cases continue to fall, with only 27 new cases reported last week, according to a weekly report from the Martha’s Vineyard boards of health on Monday.

Of those new cases, 12 are still being followed by public health officials, 11 are no longer being followed, and four were lost to follow-up contact. There were 18 symptomatic cases, four with no symptoms, and four lost to follow-up. Eleven of the new cases were vaccinated, one was partially vaccinated, nine had not received any vaccination, and six were of unknown vaccination status.

The 27 new cases bring the Island’s total to 1,992 since the pandemic began.

A weekly report for Sept. 5 to 11 was also issued Monday. That week saw 31 new cases, of which 27 were symptomatic. Of those 31 cases, 15 were fully vaccinated, eight were not, and 8 were unknown.

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  1. The Biden covid mandate is working—
    Yeah. I know there are no facts to support my claim—
    except for the reality of the statistics of the dumb and dumber red states that are killing off their voter base.
    I welcome a logical debate from the denies here— Bring it on—

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