BOSTON (CBS) – The Massachusetts Department of Public Health said Sunday it has now has tested 799 patients for coronavirus.

That’s up from the 475 announced on Saturday.

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Doctors will now have more flexibility to determine who should be tested for COVID-19 as the state lab’s testing capacity doubles from 200 patients a day to about 400. More clinical labs in Massachusetts are also working to get FDA approval to conduct coronavirus tests.

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More testing will likely lead to more positive results and a spike in the number of coronavirus cases in Massachusetts.

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There are currently 164 coronavirus cases in Massachusetts, according to the Department of Public Health and 108 of them are linked to a Biogen conference in Boston in February.