With news about coronavirus evolving rapidly, I wanted to advise residents on the steps Boston is taking to keep our city healthy and safe.
All across the City, our public health and public safety officials are preparing extensively for all scenarios involving coronavirus. We are doing everything we can to limit the risk to all Bostonians, but we are prepared for any challenges that come our way.
As individuals, we all have a role to play in protecting ourselves, our friends and loved ones. It is crucial to take preventative measures to reduce the risk of infectious diseases, such as washing hands and covering coughs and sneezes.
The Boston Public Health Commission will continue to provide updated information on bphc.org and boston.gov/coronavirus. You can also call the City’s 311 hotline to be connected with the Mayor’s Health Line.
Please remember to look out for those who are vulnerable, especially older adults and people who have serious chronic medical conditions, like heart or lung disease or diabetes. At the end of the day, we must remember we are a city of heart and a city of neighbors.
Resources from the
Boston Public Health CommissionCleaning and Disinfecting Guidance for COVID-19
Fact Sheets on COVID-19:
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BPHC Poster on COVID-19:
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For questions about COVID-19 “Coronavirus”, please call 3-1-1 for the Mayor’s 24/7 Hotline.
For updates on specific neighborhood events or meetings, please contact your Neighborhood Liaison at the Mayor’s the Office of Neighborhood Services.Can’t see the email? Display this email in your browser
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