Lynnfield Fire Chief Glenn Davis said that the vast majority of new COVID cases have been seen in children under the age of 12. (Spenser Hasak)
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Lynnfield schools respond to spike in COVID

LYNNFIELD — The town is responding to another significant surge in COVID-19 cases.

Data posted by the Lynnfield Office of Emergency Management on the town's COVID-19 dashboard on Monday revealed that the number of active cases in the last 14 days was 110, which is up from 57 cases last week. 

The spike has been particularly alarming in the schools, with the district's number of cases more than doubling in one week, from 18 cases to 44.

"The rise in cases in L…

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