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NEW VIRUS CASES IN LYNN, MARBLEHEAD, AND REVERE

BY GAYLA CAWLEY| August 25, 2020

New coronavirus cases, but no additional deaths were reported in Lynn, Marblehead and Revere on Tuesday.

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CITY OF LYNN TAKING STEPS TO ADDRESS COVID

BY GAYLA CAWLEY| August 25, 2020

LYNN — With numbers continuing to indicate Lynn has the worst coronavirus outbreak in the state, Mayor Thomas M. McGee said the city will start to take a more proactive approach to controlling the surge this week.

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VIRUS DEATHS REPORTED IN LYNN, PEABODY

BY GAYLA CAWLEY| August 24, 2020

Lynn and Peabody each reported an additional death Monday, and new coronavirus cases were also seen in Nahant and Revere.

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LYNN’S COVID-19 CASES KEEP RISING

BY GAYLA CAWLEY| August 20, 2020

LYNN — As coronavirus cases continue to rise in Lynn, new health data shows the city has the worst outbreak in the state.

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LYNN CONTINUES COVID-19 CASE SURGE

BY GAYLA CAWLEY| August 19, 2020

Lynn continued its coronavirus surge on Wednesday, with 26 new cases reported.

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NEW CORONAVIRUS CASES, BUT NO ADDITIONAL DEATHS

New coronavirus cases, but no additional deaths were reported in Lynn, Revere and Saugus on Tuesday.

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Peabody virus death toll hits 175

New coronavirus cases were reported in Lynn, Peabody and Revere on Monday.

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Surge in new coronavirus cases continues in Lynn and Revere

The surge in new coronavirus cases continued in Lynn and Revere on Wednesday, with both reporting another double-digit increase. 

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LYNN AND REVERE IN BAD CORONAVIRUS COMPANY

LYNN — Lynn and Revere are two of the four communities in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts with an average daily COVID-19 case rate of eight per 100,000 in the last three weeks, according to figures released Tuesday.

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LYNN, REVERE REPORT DOUBLE-DIGIT INCREASE IN VIRUS CASES

An additional death has been reported in Revere to bring the city’s death toll to 94.

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