BROOKLINE – Health Commissioner Sigalle Reiss is pleased to announce that the Brookline Department of Public Health and Human Services has launched a new COVID-19 data portal and information Hub.
The Massachusetts Organization of Educational Collaboratives (MOEC) wishes to thank and recognize school nurses across its 25 collaboratives as part of School Nurse Day.
LITTLETON – The Town of Littleton and Littleton Board of Health wish to inform the community about a recent uptick in COVID-19 cases in the state, and share mitigation strategies to curtail the virus’s spread.
BROOKLINE – Co-Chairs Miriam Aschkenasy and John VanScoyoc announce that the committee charged with making recommendations on how millions in federal aid is spent to benefit the Town of Brookline and its residents has begun reviewing proposals.
SWANSEA — The Swansea Board of Selectmen, together with Town Administrator Mallory Aronstein and the COVID Task Force, announce that the Town of Swansea has lifted its indoor mask policy for municipal buildings.
BROOKLINE — Acting Health Commissioner Patrick Maloney announces that the Town of Brookline is ending its requirement that certain businesses must verify patrons’ COVID-19 vaccination status, effective immediately.
BOURNE — Superintendent Kerri Anne Quinlan-Zhou reports that the Bourne School Committee’s Policy Sub-Committee voted this evening to modify the district’s school mask mandate in line with the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education’s (DESE) latest masking protocols.
Southeastern Regional School Committee to Hold Special Meeting, Hear Public Comment on School Masking Requirements
SOUTH EASTON — The Southeastern Regional School Committee announces that a special school committee meeting will be held next month regarding masking inside district buildings.
EASTON — Superintendent Lisha Cabral, Director of Health and Community Services Kristin Kennedy, Chief Justin Alexander and Public Health Officer/Firefighter Tim Vamosi are pleased to announce that registration is now available for a COVID-19 vaccine booster clinic next week for all eligible residents age 12 and up.
Brookline Department of Public Health Announces Free Antigen COVID-19 Test Kits Available for Pickup
BROOKLINE — The Brookline Department of Public Health announces that free at-home COVID-19 antigen test kits will be available to Brookline residents for pickup during the weeks of Feb. 14 and Feb. 21.