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BY GAYLA CAWLEY| January 14, 2021
Lynn and Revere reported another spike in coronavirus cases and additional deaths on Thursday.
LOCAL GOVERNMENT AND POLITICS, NEWS SAUGUS HIRES SECOND PUBLIC HEALTH NURSE TO HELP FIGHT RISING COVID CASES
BY ELYSE CARMOSINO| January 14, 2021
SAUGUS — Teresa R. Riley-Singh has been appointed Saugus’ second public health nurse to assist the town’s efforts in mitigating the spread of COVID-19, Town Manager Scott Crabtree announced this week.
BY GAYLA CAWLEY| January 13, 2021
Six more people have died from the coronavirus in Peabody since Monday, which brings the city’s death toll to 249.
BY STEVE KRAUSE| January 13, 2021
The presence of a COVID-19 vaccine will go a long way toward alleviating the scourge that has turned our lives upside down since last March, but there are a lot of other things that have to happen as well.
BY GAYLA CAWLEY| January 12, 2021
New coronavirus cases were reported in Lynn, Lynnfield, Nahant, Revere and Saugus on Tuesday.
BY GUTHRIE SCRIMGEOUR AND ELYSE CARMOSINO| January 12, 2021
First responders in Lynn, Nahant, and Saugus received their first dose of Moderna’s new COVID-19 vaccine on Tuesday.
BY GUTHRIE SCRIMGEOUR| January 12, 2021
LYNN — The first time I tried to register for a COVID-19 test at the new Project Beacon site, I encountered the following message:
BY GAYLA CAWLEY| January 11, 2021
Coronavirus cases continued to mount Monday in Lynn, and new cases were also reported in Nahant, Peabody, Revere and Swampscott.
BY GAYLA CAWLEY| January 8, 2021
Leaders from nine North Shore communities have teamed up to prepare for the potential implementation of further economic rollbacks should the post-holiday surge in coronavirus cases and hospitalizations continue.
BY GAYLA CAWLEY, ELYSE CARMOSINO AND THOR JOURGENSEN| January 8, 2021
Lynn’s largest COVID-19 testing site was shut down on Friday in the midst of the post-holiday surge that has led to skyrocketing case numbers locally and statewide.