SPRINGFIELD, MA (WGGB/WSHM) -- Three of the area's health providers have released information as it relates to coronavirus testing.

TRINITY HEALTH OF NEW ENGLAND (as of Friday, June 26)

  • 43,678 people have been tested across their health system
  • 34,931 negative
  • 7,889 positive
  • 858 pending

COOLEY DICKINSON HEALTH CARE (as of Thursday, August 6)

  • 3 people are hospitalized with COVID-19
  • 0 people are in the ICU 
  • 0 inpatients under investigation for COVID-19
  • Total: 152 people under investigation, including inpatients
  • Total: 843 people positive for COVID-19

BAYSTATE HEALTH (as of Sunday, August 9)

  • 30 people are hospitalized with COVID-19
  • 2 of those 30 patients are in critical care units

Patients by hospital:

  • Baystate Medical Center: 30 COVID-19 confirmed
  • Baystate Franklin Medical Center: 0 COVID-19 confirmed
  • Baystate Wing Hospital: 0 COVID-19 confirmed
  • Baystate Noble Hospital: 0 COVID-19 confirmed

"As testing is now widespread and many facilities beyond Baystate Health are conducting tests, we now are focusing solely on inpatient numbers.  Statewide testing numbers are available on the Massachusetts Department of Public Health COVID-19 Dashboard. However, if there is a significant event that affects the testing numbers, we will do a one-time reporting of those figures," Baystate Health said in a statement.

As of Sunday, July 5, Baystate Health had reported that over 24,500 people had been tested across their health system.  Of those, over 1,900 people tested positive. 

Since the pandemic began, Baystate noted that the percentage of positive tests has gone down from approximately 24% to 8.2%.

"We will continue to closely monitor our curves as states ease restrictions and mass gatherings continue. Careful vigilance will also provide early clues to any potential recurrent surge of the regional pandemic," Baystate Health said in a statement.

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