WHITMAN — Fire Chief and Emergency Management Director Timothy Grenno would like to provide important information to residents regarding future COVID-19 vaccine distribution in the Town of Whitman.
MARION — Town Administrator James McGrail, Public Health Nurse Lori Desmarais and the Marion Board of Health would like to provide important information to residents regarding COVID-19 vaccine distribution in the Town of Marion.
IPSWICH — Town Manager Anthony Marino and Public Health Director Colleen Fermon report that the Town of Ipswich has seen a rise in positive COVID-19 cases recently, resulting in an increased risk designation from the Commonwealth.
AVON — Town Administrator Gregory S. Enos and Health Agent Kathleen Waldron report that the Town of Avon remains a “Red” High Risk community according to the latest data from the Massachusetts Department of Public Health released Wednesday, Oct. 7.
Town of Wrentham Urges Continued Vigilance as Wrentham Drops to Yellow ‘Medium Risk’ Status for COVID-19
WRENTHAM — Town Administrator and Emergency Management Director Kevin Sweet is pleased to share that the town of Wrentham is now designated “Yellow,” indicating its rate of positive COVID-19 tests has fallen. However, the Town’s public health officials continue to urge extreme caution and continued vigilance to continue to stop the spread of coronavirus.
WHITMAN — Town Administrator Frank Lynam and the Town of Whitman would like to share the newest state guidelines for local business owners who will be planning to reopen their businesses.
WHITMAN — Whitman town officials wish to share information about Gov. Charlie Baker’s four-phase approach for reopening the state and the mandatory guidelines for businesses allowed to reopen over the next week.
WHITMAN — The Whitman Board of Health would like to inform residents of potential phone calls that they may receive regarding the state’s Community Tracing Collaborative.
CONCORD – The Town of Concord, in an effort to keep its citizens informed about the impacts of COVID-19 in the community, is aware of an anticipated rise in positive cases reported by the Massachusetts Department of Public Health.