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STAT: The Readout Loud
The changing face of Greater Boston neighborhoods.
In tackling the pandemic, Chelsea finds new strength
As a second wave of the pandemic rises, many people in Chelsea are starting to think about how to steer the city through the recovery that will someday come, and ensure that any rebound benefits those who most need support.
Infections and evictions are intertwined in Chelsea
In a compact city where many people live in crowded conditions and struggle to pay rent, COVID-19 has an added advantage.
On the Street: Chelsea
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During the pandemic, Chelsea was hit particularly hard. Local community organizations are trying to help their community as many struggle with food insecurity.
(Video by Shelby Lum/Globe Staff, Photo by David L Ryan/Globe Staff)
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