Back Bay Neighborhood COVID-19 Update 3.28.20

Good morning everyone, Please see below for the most recent updates to the City of Boston’s response to COVID19. We encourage everyone to keep practicing physical distancing. This does not mean social isolation. Please be sure to check in on family, friends, and older neighbors. If you know of anyone who needs help, encourage them […]

Mayor Walsh, COVID-19 Update 3.28.20

CORONAVIRUS:IMPORTANT MESSAGE FROM MAYOR WALSHVIDEO: Volunteers Share Info on CoronavirusA thousand volunteers delivered printed information on COVID-19 to all homes in Boston. The pamphlet outlined details in seven languages about the virus, a list of preventative measures to mitigate the spread, and a compilation of city resources, including food access sites. Dear Residents, This is […]

COVID 19 updates as of 3.26.20

COVID-19 Updates from the State, Boston, and Cambridge Updates from the State:  If you send a text message to the number 888-777 with the message COVIDMA, the State will send you text alerts with the latest information. Updates from Boston: The City of Boston launched a daily text message service to get accurate and up-to-date information about […]

COVID-19 Update from the City of Boston

Good evening all, We have updates on COVID-19 from the City: COVID19 CASES The City of Boston has 133 positive cases of coronavirus (confirmed and presumptive) in Boston residents. So far, 15 of these 133 residents have fully recovered. There have been 2 COVID-19 related deaths in Boston residents. The Boston Public Health Commission will […]

COVID-19 Update from Governor Charles Baker

Dear Neighbors and Friends,  As of today, March 23, Governor Baker issued a Stay-At-Home advisory for all of Massachusetts. This order goes into effect from Tuesday March 24 at 12pm to Tuesday April 7 at 12pm. This means that the Governor advises that all non-essential businesses close or do their work remotely. Please note, essential businesses […]