BOSTON (CBS) — An increase of 1,436 positive coronavirus tests in Massachusetts was reported Friday. The Department of Public Health also announced 38 new deaths, bringing the state total to 192.

There are now a total of 10,402 cases of coronavirus in Massachusetts.

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Part of the reason for the recent spike in cases is an increase in testing, a total of 62,962 people have been tested, an increase of 6,354 from Thursday.

As of Friday, Middlesex County had the most cases with 2,202, followed by Suffolk County with 2,183.

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County breakdown of coronavirus cases as of April 3, 2020 (Courtesy: Massachusetts Department Public Health)

There are 1,797 cases among people under 30 years old, 5,510 cases are among people ages 30-59, 1,439 cases between 60-69, and 1,653 cases in people over 70.

Age breakdown of coronavirus cases as of April 3, 2020 (Courtesy: Massachusetts Department Public Health)

Residents at long-term care facilities make up 382 cases.

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According to the Department of Public Health, 966 patients have been hospitalized.