BOSTON (CBS) — Massachusetts has released the number of coronavirus cases by city and town for a third week. There were 60,265 cases in the state as of Wednesday.

Boston has the highest total number of cases at 9,284. But other communities have greater rates of infections.

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Chelsea has 1,965 cases for a rate of 5217.10 cases per 100,000 residents – by far the highest in the state. It’s estimated 80% of Chelsea’s residents are essential workers, and thousands there have been waiting in line weekly for food.

The other cities and towns with a rate higher than 1,730 cases per 100,000 residents – twice the state average – are Brockton (2783.76), Everett (2068.55), Lynn (2037.60), Randolph (1879.07), Lawrence (1858.78) and Revere (1843.51).

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Numbers are not being reported in towns with fewer than five cases.

Take a look at the full list here.


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