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NEW VIRUS CASES, DEATHS REPORTED IN LYNN, LYNNFIELD AND PEABODY

BY GAYLA CAWLEY| February 17, 2021

Lynn reported another three coronavirus deaths on Wednesday, and new cases were also reported in Lynnfield, Peabody, Revere and Salem.

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NEW VIRUS CASES, DEATHS REPORTED IN LYNN AND SALEM

BY GAYLA CAWLEY| February 16, 2021

Lynn, Lynnfield, Revere, Salem, and Swampscott all reported additional coronavirus cases on Tuesday.

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LYNN SURPASSES 15,000 VIRUS CASES

BY GAYLA CAWLEY| February 10, 2021

Lynn surpassed 15,000 coronavirus cases on Wednesday.

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PEABODY REPORTS FIVE MORE VIRUS FATALITIES, DEATH TOLL UP TO 283

BY GAYLA CAWLEY| February 8, 2021

Five more Peabody residents have died from the coronavirus since last Friday, which brings the city’s death toll to 283.

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LYNN REPORTS TWO MORE VIRUS DEATHS

BY GAYLA CAWLEY| February 2, 2021

Two more Lynn residents have died from the coronavirus, which brings the city’s death toll to 180.

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SAUGUS BOARD OF HEALTH REPORTS DECLINE IN COVID-19 CASES FOR JANUARY

BY ELYSE CARMOSINO| February 3, 2021

SAUGUS — Saugus saw a marked decline in COVID-19 cases between December and January, Public Health Nurse Teresa Riley-Singh told the Board of Health this week.

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PEABODY REPORTS SIX DEATHS IN TWO DAYS

BY GAYLA CAWLEY| February 3, 2021

Six more Peabody residents have died since Monday, which brings the city’s death toll to 275.

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NEW VIRUS CASES REPORTED IN LYNN, LYNNFIELD, REVERE, AND SWAMPSCOTT

BY GAYLA CAWLEY| February 4, 2021

New coronavirus cases, but no additional deaths were reported Thursday in Lynn, Lynnfield, Revere and Swampscott.

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NEW VIRUS CASES, BUT NO DEATHS REPORTED ACROSS NORTH SHORE

BY GAYLA CAWLEY| February 1, 2021

New coronavirus cases, but no additional deaths were reported Monday in Lynn, Lynnfield, Peabody, Revere or Salem.

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SIX NORTH SHORE COMMUNITIES STAY RED, LYNN AMONG TOP 10 IN POSITIVE TEST RATE

BY GAYLA CAWLEY| January 29, 2021

Lynnfield and Swampscott are out of the red this week, but six other local North Shore communities are still designated as having a high risk of COVID-19 transmission.

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