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LYNN AND REVERE REPORT NEW VIRUS CASES

Lynn and Revere continued to report new coronavirus cases on Thursday, but numbers remained unchanged or were not updated in several other North Shore communities.

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32 NEW CASES REPORTED IN LYNN

With 32 new cases reported on Wednesday, the new coronavirus surge continues in Lynn.

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COVID UPDATE: DEATHS REPORTED IN LYNN, PEABODY AND SWAMPSCOTT

Additional coronavirus deaths were reported Monday in Lynn, Peabody and Swampscott.

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AN ADDITIONAL DEATH REPORTED IN PEABODY

An additional death was reported in Peabody, and Lynn and Revere reported the same double-digit increase in new coronavirus cases on Friday.

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New virus cases reported; no additional deaths

By Gayla Cawley

A number of North Shore communities reported new coronavirus cases, but no additional deaths on Monday. 

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No new virus deaths reported

By Gayla Cawley

Several North Shore communities reported a handful of new cases, but no additional deaths on Wednesday. 

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Swampscott reports an additional virus death

By Gayla Cawley

An additional death was reported in Swampscott and new coronavirus cases were reported in Lynn and Saugus on Tuesday. 

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Lynn to help ‘Stop the Spread’ of coronavirus — for free

By Gayla Cawley

LYNN — Lynn is one of eight hard-hit communities that will offer free COVID-19 testing sites over the next month as part of the state’s “Stop the Spread” initiative. 

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Peabody reports an additional virus death

By Gayla Cawley

Peabody reported new coronavirus cases and an additional death on Wednesday. 

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New coronavirus cases reported

By Gayla Cawley

New coronavirus cases, but no additional deaths were reported in several North Shore communities Monday. 

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