Town by town, virus surge continues — the local count

Posted 4/10/20

Led by East Providence with 49, then Barrington with 17, the number of confirmed coronavirus cases continues to rise in the East Bay, as in the rest of Rhode Island.

Next door in Westport there …

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Town by town, virus surge continues — the local count

Posted

Led by East Providence with 49, then Barrington with 17, the number of confirmed coronavirus cases continues to rise in the East Bay, as in the rest of Rhode Island.

Next door in Westport there have been nine confirmed cases.

Rhode Island’s total was 1,727 people as of Thursday, April 9.

The town-by-town count …

Barrington 17

Bristol 14

Burrillville 22

Central Falls 26

Charlestown <5

Coventry 42

Cranston 112

Cumberland 40

East Greenwich 8

East Providence 49

Exeter 5

Foster <5

Glocester <5

Hopkinton <5

Jamestown 6

Johnston 29

Lincoln 16

Little Compton <5

Middletown 11

Narragansett 10

New Shoreham <5

Newport 15

North Kingstown 42

North Providence 98

North Smithfield 6

Pawtucket 156

Portsmouth 12

Providence 345

Richmond 0

Scituate 7

Smithfield 22

South Kingstown 23

Tiverton 12

Warren 6

Warwick 67

West Greenwich <5

West Warwick 34

Westerly 17

Westport (Mass.) 9

Woonsocket 27

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