What makes a COVID-19 hotspot?

Most communities are dense, urban, low-income

IT’S NO SECRET that the coronavirus is not evenly spread across Massachusetts. New statistics released Wednesday confirmed that Chelsea remains a hotspot of the virus, with the most cases per capita. Brockton was next, followed by Everett, Lynn, Randolph, Lawrence and Revere, according to CommonWealth’s analysis of state statistics. Earlier this month, the Boston Globe published a piece that(...)

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