COHASSET – Town Manager Christopher Senior and the Town of Cohasset are urging residents to remain vigilant against the spread of COVID-19 as the community remains at a high risk for the disease.
NAHANT — Town Administrator Antonio Barletta and the Nahant Board of Health are urging residents to remain vigilant against the spread of COVID-19 as the community reaches a high risk designation for the disease.
IPSWICH — Director of Public Health Colleen Fermon is urging residents to remain vigilant against the spread of COVID-19 as the community remains at a high risk designation for the disease.
Town of Swansea Urges Residents to Follow COVID-19 Prevention Guidance Amid Fourth Week at ‘Red’ High Risk Designation
SWANSEA — Town Administrator Mallory Aronstein reports that the Town of Swansea remains in the Commonwealth’s “Red” High-Risk designation for the fourth week in a row, and urges residents to continue to closely follow COVID-19 prevention guidance.
Town of Swansea Officials Continue to Urge Residents to Remain Vigilant Against Spread of COVID-19 Following ‘Red’ Designation
SWANSEA — Town Administration Mallory Aronstein reports that the Town of Swansea has seen a further rise in positive COVID-19 cases in recent weeks, and town officials are continuing to urge the community to follow COVID-19 prevention guidance.
DIGHTON — The Dighton Board of Selectmen reports that the Town of Dighton 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 Dedham Urges Continued Vigilance as Dedham Drops to Yellow “Medium Risk” Status for COVID-19
DEDHAM — Town Manager Leon Goodwin and Dedham Board of Health Chairwoman Leanne Jasset are pleased to share that the town of Dedham is now designated “Yellow,” indicating its rate of positive COVID-19 tests has fallen. However, the leaders urge extreme caution and continued vigilance to continue to stop the spread of coronavirus.