After another week at moderate risk for COVID, Brockton could soon look to bring some students back for in-person learning – News – The Enterprise, Brockton, MA

Brockton remains a community at moderate risk for COVID-19 on the state’s risk assessment map — the fourth straight week with that designation, after two weeks at high-risk red.

BROCKTON — For the fourth straight week, the city has been designated as a yellow community at moderate risk for COVID-19, inching the city’s schools closer to a partial return to in-person learning.

The weekly Massachusetts Department of Public Health statistics, released on Wednesday evening, show Brockton had 6.7 coronavirus cases per day per 100,000 residents over the last two weeks. That number is the same as last week’s report.

Brockton remains a community at moderate risk for COVID-19 on the state’s risk assessment map — the fourth straight week with that designation, after two weeks at high-risk red.

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