BROOKLINE — Interim Health Commissioner Patrick Maloney and the Brookline Department of Public Health and Human Services (DHHS) wish to provide the community with an update on its work to respond to the rapidly-evolving COVID-19 pandemic.
WEST NEWBURY – Superintendent Justin Bartholomew reports that more than 200 COVID-19 rapid antigen tests were passed out Pentucket Regional School District employees on Sunday, allowing staff to self-test before returning to work.
WHITMAN — The Town of Whitman is pleased to announce that at-home COVID-19 self-test kits will be available for Whitman residents to pick up on Friday while supplies last.
DIGHTON — Town Administrator Michael Mullen would like to provide an update on the process of individual case investigation and contact tracing for COVID-19 cases.
WEST NEWBURY — The Lower Merrimack Valley Regional Collaborative is pleased to announce that it will host three community COVID-19 vaccination clinics for all eligible age groups with first, second and booster doses available.
WINTHROP — Public Health Director Meredith Hurley wishes to announce that free rapid at-home COVID-19 test kits are available to Winthrop residents by request while supplies last.
EASTON — Chief Justin Alexander, Superintendent Lisha Cabral, Director of Health and Community Services Kristin Kennedy and Public Health Officer/Firefighter Tim Vamosi are pleased to share the success of last week’s COVID-19 vaccination clinic for kids.
WINTHROP — Public Health Director Meredith Hurley and the Town of Winthrop are pleased to announce the distribution of more than two thousand rapid COVID-19 tests to members of the community this past week.
MIDDLEBOROUGH – Town Manager Robert Nunes is pleased to announce that at-home COVID-19 test kits will be available for Middleborough residents to pick up at the police station tomorrow evening.
Brookline Department of Public Health and Human Services to Begin Distributing Free Rapid COVID-19 Tests
BROOKLINE — Interim Health Commissioner Patrick Maloney is pleased to announce that the Brookline Department of Public Health and Human Services will begin distributing thousands of rapid COVID-19 tests to members of the community this week.