Boston has the most total cases with 12,629. But other communities are reporting a much higher rate of infection per 100,000 residents.READ MORE: Northeast Metro Tech Football Player Seriously Injured During Saturday Game Longtime Watertown Grocery Store Russo’s Officially Closes
Chelsea, with its high percentage of residents who are essential workers, leads the state with an infection rate 6,898 cases per 100,000 people. Other communities with an infection rate of more than 2,000 cases per 100,000 residents are Brockton (3,840), Lynn (3,089), Lawrence (3,041), Everett (3037), Randolph (2,525), Revere (2,472), Danvers (2,252), Worcester (2,241), Lowell (2,103) and Stoughton (2,014).
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