Biogen outbreak continues to spur new coronavirus cases in Massachusetts as health officials struggle to keep up with testing demands
The number of coronavirus cases in Massachusetts surged to 108 on Thursday, as the caseload from the Biogen outbreak continued to swell. State health officials say they have now tracked 108 cases, with 82 of them tied directly to staffers or close contacts of employees who attended Biogen’s strategy meeting at the Boston Marriott Long Wharf in late February.
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