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742 confirmed cases, 8 deaths, and 19,037 vaccinations. See today’s COVID-19 data from Mass.

Here's a look at the latest coronavirus numbers in Massachusetts, including case numbers, deaths, demographics, and more.

Clockwise from top left: Jojo Jacobson, Jeff Davis, JD Moore, and Cathy Mertz. The Globe spoke with numerous individuals in the region who got vaccinated against COVID-19 and still got sick to varying degrees.

This is what it’s like to have a breakthrough case of COVID-19

The Globe spoke with numerous individuals in the region who received the shot and got sick to varying degrees. Here are their stories.

Signage was ready in case COVID-19 testing at Barnett Park reached capacity, as cars waited in line in Orlando, Fla., on Thursday.

Florida virus cases soar; hospitals near last summer’s peak

Hospital admissions of coronavirus patients continue to soar in Florida with at least two areas in the state surpassing the previous peaks of last summer’s surge.

A healthcare administers a dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech Covid-19 vaccine at a vaccination center at the Miami Dade College North Campus in North Miami, Florida.

Biden urges cities to pay people $100 to get vaccinated

President Biden’s administration is calling on states and local governments to provide $100 to people who get vaccinated using the $350 billion of aid that his administration has provided them.

A healthcare worker prepares a dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech Covid-19 vaccine at Boston Medical Center in Boston.

Mass. treasurer, auditor mandating COVID-19 vaccines or testing for workers

Treasurer Deborah Goldberg and Auditor Suzanne Bump announced that their employees will be required to show proof of vaccination against COVID-19 or submit to weekly testing when they return to the office.

A new report shows that a significant number of young people with COVID-related inflammatory syndrome also develop neurological symptoms, including hallucinations, confusion, speech impairments and problems with balance and coordination.

COVID could lead to cognitive decline, especially among older adults, new research suggests

Preliminary research presented at the Alzheimer's Association International Conference in Denver this week suggests that coronavirus infections might lead to lasting cognitive impairment, especially among older people.

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Central Fall City Hall.

Central Falls will require face masks in city buildings

“We know what it’s like when COVID spreads like wildfire,” Mayor Maria Rivera says.

Utah National Guardsman Luis Gonzalez administers a Covid test on a child at the Utah County Health Department Covid testing site on Tuesday, July 20, 2021 in American Fork, UT.  The Covid delta variant is spreading in Utah, especially Utah County, which is the youngest county in a very young state. The virus is now moving through unvaccinated young people and children at summer activities like camps and family reunions.

Packed minivans line up for COVID tests in Utah as children fall sick

A steady stream of vehicles flowed through the Covid-19 testing site in American Fork, Utah, a town in the youngest county of the state that has the youngest population in the U.S. On this recent Friday, many were minivans packed with children.

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