WHITMAN — More than 30 municipal leaders, first responders, public health officials and school superintendents from across Plymouth and Norfolk County came together in Whitman this morning to address the distribution of the COVID-19 vaccine, following the state’s announcement yesterday regarding the prioritization of mass and regional sites as opposed to local clinics.
WHITMAN — Fire Chief and Emergency Management Director Timothy Grenno reports that the Whitman Fire Department has begun offering COVID-19 testing to all Town of Whitman employees.
WHITMAN — Fire Chief and Emergency Management Director Timothy Grenno reports that the Whitman Emergency Management Agency will be looking for nurse and paramedic volunteers who may be interested in working at a COVID-19 vaccination drive-thru in the coming months.
Town of Whitman Shares Guidance on Stagnant Water Conditions in Buildings Re-Opening Following Prolonged Inactivity
WHITMAN — The Town of Whitman would like to share guidance from the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection regarding the issue of stagnant water in buildings resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic.
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 Town of Whitman and the Whitman Board of Health would like to provide residents with an update regarding the town’s plans to re-open select businesses and services relating to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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.
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.
Whitman Board of Health Requires Employees, Customers to Wear Face Coverings at Essential Businesses
WHITMAN — The Whitman Board of Health has issued an order requiring all essential businesses to require their employees and customers to wear face coverings to help mitigate the spread of COVID-19 as the number of cases continues to rise in town.