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COVID-19 Cases in Amherst, MA
(as of 1/27/22 at 8:00 am)

Confirmed Active Cases

Confirmed Case Total

14-day Avg. Incidence Rate*

173.5 (per 100,000 residents)*

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"Current Active Cases" Data is extracted from MAVEN, Massachusetts Virtual Epidemiological Network. The number includes people with positive PCR tests and reported positive antigen tests in the previous 10 days, who are currently in isolation being monitored by public health officials. Updated on weekdays.

"Confirmed Case Total" Data is extracted from MAVEN, it includes people with positive PCR tests and reported positive antigen tests since 3/20/20, the date of our first confirmed case in Amherst. This number includes all positive cases residing in Amherst, and includes both on campus and off-campus students residing in Amherst. Please note, Higher Education data may differ slightly if positive staff/student/professor resides in another town. Updated on weekdays.

"14-day Average Incidence Rate" The incidence rate is the number of new cases divided by the number of people living in Amherst, then divided by the time frame of 14 days. Data is extracted from Massachusetts Department of Public Health (DPH). *Data is updated weekly on Fridays.

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