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BY GAYLA CAWLEY| February 2, 2021

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

Lynn also reported 32 new virus cases to bring its caseload to 14,604. Of that total, 1,751 cases are active and 12,673 people have recovered, according to city data.

New COVID-19 cases were also reported in Lynnfield, Nahant, Revere and Swampscott on Tuesday.

Revere reported 23 new cases, which brings the city’s totals to 8,948 cases and 141 deaths, the city website reported.

In Lynnfield, five new cases were reported to bring the town’s caseload to 923. Twenty-seven people have died, according to the town website.

Two more cases were reported in Nahant (213 cases, six deaths), and another 13 were reported in Swampscott, which now has 853 cases and 16 deaths, according to their respective town data.

Numbers were not updated in Marblehead, which had 1,000 cases and 31 deaths as of last Friday; Saugus, which had 3,752 cases and 60 deaths as of last Thursday; or Salem, which had 3,213 cases and 65 deaths as of Monday.