Massachusetts state officials are preparing to construct field hospitals in response to rising COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations in the state, according to an article in CBS Boston.

Officials said details have not yet been finalized on where the new field hospitals would open and will depend on need and what space is available, according to the article.

State hospitals are also prepared to make an additional 400 beds available for COVID-19 patients by converting acute care beds to ICU beds.

During the peak of coronavirus in the state, the state operated several field hospitals, including a 1,000-bed site at the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center.