BOSTON (WHDH) - The Massachusetts Department of Public Health released an updated map on Thursday showing the number of cities and towns that are “in the red” and considered high-risk for coronavirus transmission.
Twenty-six cities and towns now fall in the Department of Public Health’s highest-risk category for COVID-19 transmission under the state’s guidelines, down from the 48 that were reported last week.
The high-risk communities include:
- Fall River
- New Bedford
Click here to view a full town-by-town breakdown of data for all 351 communities in the Commonwealth.
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