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By the Numbers: COVID-19 update, 1/14/22

Updated Jan. 14, 2022
 

The state reported a record 64 new COVID-19 cases in Harvard for the week ending Jan. 1, bringing the town’s cumulative number of confirmed cases to 376. For the week beginning Jan. 10, the Harvard Public Schools reported 46 students absent with COVID-19, 21 students in quarantine, and 10 staff members who were either in quarantine or had contracted the virus. School Superintendent Linda Dwight reported that the surge in cases over the past few weeks has caused participation in weekly testing at the schools to drop to 74% of students, staff, and faculty because those who have tested positive may not participate in pooled testing for 90 days.

According to the state’s weekly vaccination report, 4,556 residents in Harvard were fully vaccinated as of Jan. 4, up 24 from Dec. 28. Another 605 had received one dose of a two-dose vaccine, and 2,528 residents had received a booster dose. Using the town clerk’s Nov. 8 population data, the percentage of Harvard residents eligible for the vaccine (5 and older) and fully vaccinated as of Jan. 4 is 85%, and the partially vaccinated percentage is 11%. These numbers do not include Devens residents or inmates at its Federal Medical Center.

Statewide, between Jan. 4 and Jan. 11, confirmed COVID-19 cases increased by 173,776, up from the previous week’s increase of 105,502. As of Jan. 11, 2,970 patients were hospitalized for COVID-19 statewide, up from 2,372 a week earlier; 452 patients were in ICUs, 11 more than the previous week. There were 415 COVID-related deaths between Jan. 4 and Jan. 11, up from 262 the previous week.

On Jan. 11 the Federal Bureau of Prisons website reported 39 cases among inmates at the Federal Medical Center in Devens, 37 more than the previous week, and 24 cases among staff, 18 more than the previous week. Since the pandemic began, 332 of the current inmates and 102 staff have recovered from COVID-19; 13 inmates died of the virus.


Editor's note: This article has been updated to include information from the Harvard schools that was not available at press time.

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