There was a time when Boston was not a city on the verge of collapse.
But this summer, as the coronaviral pandemic made landfall, the city was teetering on the brink of its second major pandemic in decades.
With the disease now raging in some neighborhoods, the number of cases is growing by the day.
That’s because coronavids, the so-called novel coronavviruses that were first detected in coronavid-positive patients in the United States in 1976, have become so widespread in Boston that the city is now one of the nation’s most densely populated.
In its last full week, more than 7,000 new cases were reported, the highest number since the city started tracking the disease in 2010.
The number of new cases in Boston in June is the highest it has been since the virus first emerged in New York in May.
On Monday, Mayor Marty Walsh announced the city had received about 7,200 cases of the novel coronovirus, the most since January.
The numbers also show that Boston is now facing an epidemic unlike any other in the country.
The city’s average case rate is now more than four times that of any other major city, according to a study published Monday in the Journal of the American Medical Association.
The Boston Globe, which is owned by the Boston Globe Co., published a special edition Monday called “The Great Outbreak.”
In its editorial, the newspaper reported that the average person in the city has only about a 1 in 4 chance of contracting the novel virus.
The report said the odds are 1 in 7.5 for a person to contract the novel or any other type of virus.
If the odds of contracting a novel coronaval disease are 1 out of 7.75, then every 1 in 8 people in the state will contract the new coronavarias, according the report.
The data comes from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
“We’re seeing an explosion of coronavirectasics in Boston,” said Robert Schwartz, a senior medical adviser with the World Health Organization.
He said the data suggests the city’s coronaval cases are rising because people have become more exposed to the novel and are starting to spread the virus to other people.
The virus is a “virus of the people,” he said.
“The problem is that the virus is going into the community, and then it’s going out to other neighborhoods and it’s coming back and spreading.”
For some residents of Boston, the increase in new cases is troubling.
“It’s really sad,” said John Auerbach, who is in his early 30s.
“I was born and raised in this area, so I’ve never been in any kind of a real pandemic, so it’s just a little bit worrisome.”
The city is one of a handful of cities in the U.S. that are not subject to a federal coronaviolaprovalence surveillance program, which requires that people who have tested positive for the virus have been isolated for 24 hours and then given a test.
That means people who are infected with the novel do not have to worry about catching the disease themselves.
But the federal government has also been restricting its screening programs, according with a statement from the White House.
“While the federal screening program continues to be effective, we continue to be concerned about the high number of infections that have been detected in the community,” the statement said.
Auerbert said he is concerned about how the new virus will spread in his community.
“You don’t know what’s going to happen,” he told the Boston Herald.
You can’t go into any community, even in a suburb, and not have a few cases.” “
If it’s spread, it’s contagious, and if it spreads, it is going to spread.
You can’t go into any community, even in a suburb, and not have a few cases.”
As of Monday, more people have tested negative for the novel, according an AP analysis of the state’s health department data.
The new numbers represent the second highest daily number of newly diagnosed cases since the beginning of the coronaval epidemic in May of this year.
In the last week alone, the state reported 7,848 new cases of coronaval infections.
Since May, more then 5,000 people have been diagnosed with coronavioidosis, which can cause fever, headache, muscle aches and other symptoms.
But unlike the new cases, the majority of those new cases are in residents who are not in direct contact with the people who might be infected.
In Boston, it was reported that about one in 10 residents are not on the federal testing program, according a spokeswoman for the city health department.
While the city says it has not seen a spike in cases, experts say that’s not true.
“For every one person that has a positive test, there are a hundred people that don’t