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Mass. Up to 77 Communities in Red – NBC Boston

[ad_1] Massachusetts’ latest weekly community-level data on the coronavirus pandemic, including the updated town-by-town risk assessment map, shows 77 communities considered at the highest risk for transmitting COVID-19, an increase of 14 from last week. This week’s report from the Department of Public Health was revamped to include data on …

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Coronavirus Cases by Town – NBC Boston

[ad_1] The number of Massachusetts communities now in the highest-risk category on the state’s COVID-19 risk map has increased by 58%, according to new data released Wednesday. The number of Massachusetts cities and towns that are considered at high risk for transmission of the coronavirus has grown to 63 from …

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Mass. Average in Red Zone, Along With 63 Cities and Towns – NBC Boston

Massachusetts communities in the highest risk level for COVID-19 in the latest map.

[ad_1] Massachusetts’ latest weekly data on the coronavirus pandemic, including the updated community-level risk assessment map, shows 63 communities considered at the highest risk for transmitting COVID-19, a new high and an increase of 23 since last week. For the first time since introducing the map, the commonwealth itself has …

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40 Communities Deemed High-Risk for Coronavirus – NBC Boston

[ad_1] The number of cities and towns considered high-risk for contracting the coronavirus by the state nearly doubled from one week to the next, the latest data shows. Massachusetts’ latest weekly data on the coronavirus pandemic, including the updated community-level risk assessment map, shows 40 communities considered at the highest …

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Michigan Supreme Court strikes down Gov. Whitmer’s virus orders

[ad_1] LANSING, Mich. – The Michigan Supreme Court on Friday struck down months of orders by Gov. Gretchen Whitmer that were aimed at preventing the spread of the coronavirus, saying she drew authority from a 1945 law that is unconstitutional. The decision is an extraordinary development in a monthslong conflict …

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Boston Joins Red Cities and Towns – NBC Boston

[ad_1] Massachusetts’ latest weekly data on the coronavirus pandemic, including the updated community-level risk assessment map, shows 23 communities considered at the highest risk for transmitting COVID-19, up eight from last week. Among the changes is Boston moving into the red zone for the first time since the state started …

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Most small businesses say they’re ready for a coronavirus spike, survey shows

[ad_1] People wearing facemasks wait to buy vegetables at a market vegetable stall as essential retailers reopen from the coronavirus (Covid-19) shutdown. SOPA Images | LightRocket | Getty Images Smaller-sized businesses have been battered during the six months of the coronavirus pandemic but are feeling confident about their ability to …

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Cases by Town – NBC Boston

[ad_1] Massachusetts’ latest weekly data on the coronavirus pandemic, including the updated community-level risk assessment map, shows a slight reduction in the number of communities considered at the highest risk for transmitting COVID-19. The data, from the Department of Public Health, includes a breakdown of the total number of coronavirus …

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A Coronavirus Winter: How the U.S. Can Survive the Pandemic

[ad_1] On April 13, Robert Redfield, the director of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, appeared on the Today show and assured viewers that the worst was nearly behind us. It had been a month since the last gathering of fans in an NBA arena; a month since …

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Map and List of Massachusetts Communities With High Rates of Cases – NBC Boston

[ad_1] Massachusetts has released its latest weekly data on the coronavirus pandemic, including an updated version of the state’s new community-level risk assessment map. The data, from the Department of Public Health, includes a breakdown of the total number of coronavirus cases in each Massachusetts city and town, as well …

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