HULL — Superintendent Judith Kuehn reports that a student at Hull High School has tested positive for COVID-19.
COHASSET — Town Manager Christopher Senior and Health Agent Pamela Fahey are pleased to report that the Town of Cohasset has released a video highlighting the health and safety procedures that will be in place when Cohasset Town Hall reopens to the public next week.
WHITMAN — The Town of Whitman and the Whitman Board of Health report that the Town of Whitman has seen a rise in positive COVID-19 cases recently, and are urging the community to follow COVID-19 prevention guidance.
COHASSET — Town Manager Christopher G. Senior reports that the Town of Cohasset has been made aware of a gathering that occurred in Town involving a number of young people, where social distancing was apparently not followed nor face coverings used by those in attendance.
ACTON — Town Manager John Mangiaratti, Emergency Management Director Mark Hald, Acton Nursing Director Heather York and Health Director Sheryl Ball would like to provide an update on the town’s response to the COVID-19 global pandemic.
HOLBROOK — Chief of Police and Emergency Management Director William J. Smith wishes to inform residents how the department is approaching the governor’s statewide order requiring face masks or cloth face coverings to be worn in public.
STONEHAM — Emergency Management Director and Fire Chief Matthew Grafton and Health Agent John Fralick announce that the Board of Health will host a drive-through mask distribution event this weekend.
TAUNTON — Chief Edward J. Walsh and the members of the Taunton Police Department would like to remind community members that, beginning Wednesday, May 6, face masks or cloth face coverings must be worn in public to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
PLYMOUTH — Chief G. Edward Bradley would like to provide residents with a list of do’s and don’ts for wearing face masks when they leave their home or are unable to socially distance in an effort to reduce the risk of COVID-19 infection in the community.
DIGHTON — Chief Robert MacDonald and the Dighton Police Department are encouraging residents to wear face coverings when walking, running or bicycling in an effort to reduce the risk of COVID-19 infection in the community.