MARION — Town Administrator James McGrail, Public Health Director Lori Desmarais and the Marion Board of Health are sharing the latest information from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) regarding the COVID-19 Delta variant and the CDC’s updated COVID-19 safety recommendations and guidance.
WRENTHAM — Superintendent Paul Zinni and Marketing Coordinator James Dow are pleased to announce that King Philip DECA students are selling customized face masks for the start of the new school year.
OLD ORCHARD BEACH– Town of Old Orchard Beach officials have launched the ‘Mask Up OOB’ campaign to remind residents and visitors of the importance of wearing masks in public amid COVID-19.
Ipswich Public Health Department Reminds Residents to Wear Face Coverings Amid “Mask up MA!” Campaign
IPSWICH — Town Manager Tony Marino and Director of Public Health Colleen Fermon wish to provide residents with information on Gov. Charlie Baker’s ‘Mask Up MA!’ campaign and to remind them of the importance of wearing masks.
BOXBOROUGH — Town Administrator Ryan Ferrara would like to invite community members to attend a free regional face mask distribution this Saturday.
MIDDLEBOROUGH — Town Manager Robert Nunes and Health Officer Robert Buker are encouraging residents to wear face coverings 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.
WHITMAN — The Town of Whitman would like to provide residents with a list of do’s and don’ts for wearing face masks in public to help mitigate the spread of COVID-19, as the number of cases continues to rise in town.
Holbrook Board of Health Requires Employees, Customers to Wear Face Coverings at Essential Businesses
HOLBROOK — The Town of Holbrook and Chief of Police William J. Smith would like to share important information with residents regarding an order issued by the Holbrook Board of Health relating to wearing face coverings in public.
WOBURN — Mayor Scott Galvin is pleased to share that the Woburn Public Library is making personal protective equipment (PPE) using 3D printers to protect area medical professionals and first responders from the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).