As coronavirus preparations ramp up across New England, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Maine and Vermont are reporting new numbers of coronavirus patients as often as every day.
As of Sunday, Massachusetts makes up the majority of the 228 total cases across the state. It's reported 164 cases of COVID-19; Connecticut and Rhode Island are the next hardest-hit so far.
Scroll down for a breakdown of the number of cases reported in each state across New England, a number that is expected to grow over the coming weeks.
The commonwealth reported 164 cases on Sunday, an increase of 26 amid an increased focus on testing. About 445 people were still being monitored or in quarantine as of Wednesday, the most recent day the figure was made available.
The state reported 20 coronavirus cases as of Saturday.
The state reported 20 coronavirus cases as of Sunday, no change from the day before. About 600 people are in self-quarantine.
The state reported 13 cases as of Sunday, nearly doubling the number reported Saturday. About 425 people are being monitored.
The state reported eight cases as of Sunday. There are 191 people being monitored.
The state reported three cases as of Friday.
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