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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.
BY ELYSE CARMOSINO| January 7, 2021
NAHANT — COVID-19 testing has been suspended in Nahant because the town’s CARES Act funding is depleted, according to Town Administrator Antonio Barletta.
BY GAYLA CAWLEY| January 7, 2021
Lynn and Revere reported triple-digit increases in coronavirus cases and additional deaths on Thursday.
BY GAYLA CAWLEY| January 5, 2021
LYNN — More than 200 coronavirus cases were reported in Lynn on Tuesday, which marks a new single-day high for the city.
BY GAYLA CAWLEY| January 4, 2021
New coronavirus cases and additional deaths were reported in Lynn, Lynnfield, Peabody, Saugus and Revere on Monday.
BY GAYLA CAWLEY| December 30, 2020
LYNN — Lynn matched its previous single-day record Wednesday, with 196 new coronavirus cases reported over a 24-hour period.