Tiverton sees sudden hike in coronavirus cases — the East Bay count

Posted 3/29/20

From zero cases last week, Tiverton’s coronavirus total jumped to five in the latest tally released by the state Department of Health late Saturday.

Little Compton remained the only town in …

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Tiverton sees sudden hike in coronavirus cases — the East Bay count

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From zero cases last week, Tiverton’s coronavirus total jumped to five in the latest tally released by the state Department of Health late Saturday.

Little Compton remained the only town in Newport County with no cases.

Elsewhere in the East Bay and in Rhode Island …

• Barrington — 6

• Bristol —fewer than 5 

• East Providence — 10

• Portsmouth, fewer than 5

• Warren, fewer than 5

• Burrillville – 7

• Central Falls – fewer than 5

• Charlestown – fewer than 5

• Coventry – 5

• Cranston – 27

• Cumberland – 7

• East Greenwich – fewer than 5

• Exeter – 0

• Foster – fewer than 5

• Glocester – fewer than 5

• Hopkinton – fewer than 5

• Jamestown – fewer than 5

• Johnston – 5

• Lincoln – fewer than 5

• Middletown – 6

• Narragansett – fewer than 5

• New Shoreham – 0

• Newport – 5

• North Kingstown – 8

• North Providence – fewer than 5

• North Smithfield – fewer than 5

• Pawtucket – 11

• Providence – 59

• Richmond – 0

• Scituate – fewer than 5

• Smithfield – 5

• South Kingstown – 8

• Warwick – 14

• West Greenwich – 0

• West Warwick – 5

•Westerly – 5

•Woonsocket – fewer than 5

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