No new deaths and no new cases of the coronavirus were reported Monday for Berkshire County, a welcome development that came on a day when Gov. Charlie Baker said the spread appears to have reached a plateau.

Still, the governor warned at his briefing that the state is "still in the surge and very much in the fight."

The state Department of Public Health announced 104 new deaths statewide for the reporting period that ended Monday, bringing the total to 3,003 since the pandemic began. The death toll in the Berkshires remained at 31 for the sixth day.

The number of confirmed coronavirus cases for the county held at 428. Statewide, there were 1,524 new cases of coronavirus reported, for a total of 56,462.

Read more details online at The Berkshire Eagle.com