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Boston Public Health
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Mayor Marty Walsh 4h
If you were visiting family or friends for Thanksgiving last week, please consider getting tested for . The has resources available for no-cost testing. so we can keep our community healthy and safe.
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Boston Public Health 3h
Do you want life to get back to "normal"? Do something about it. When you leave your house this week, don’t forget to: ☑️ Wear a face covering ☑️ Bring hand sanitizer ☑️ Keep a safe distance from others ☑️ Avoid parties, gatherings, crowds ☑️ Stay home if you're sick
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Boston Public Health 4h
Boston numbers on November 30, 2020: 27,228 confirmed cases* 22,083 recovered 919 deaths *Weekend Breakdown: 234 cases reported Sunday 11/29 135 cases reported Saturday 11/28
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Boston Public Health 5h
Did you travel or gather with people outside your home over Thanksgiving? If yes, get tested for . You can get tested for free, regardless of symptoms, at a walk-up site at the Anna M. Cole Community Center (formerly Bromley Hall) in Jamaica Plain. It is open until 7pm.
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City of Boston 6h
We have a free testing site in Jamaica Plain today through Thursday, from 3 - 7 p.m. Testing is available to anyone, regardless of symptoms and insurance. Walk-ups are accepted — there's no pre-registration required. For testing info, visit:
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BHA Community Engage 9h
Replying to @HealthyBoston @HHSBOS
Desde hoy hasta el Jueves, tendremos pruebas gratis de en nuestro desarrollo de vivienda de Mildred Hailey!
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BHA Community Engage 9h
until Thursday, free testing at our Mildred Hailey housing site!
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BOS: Imm Advancement 5h
MOIA's next webinar is tomorrow. will join us with the latest and answer questions, has a COVID update, and has more on essential resources for all residents. Sign up here:
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Boston Public Health 6h
If you need critical medical care unrelated to the pandemic, don’t be afraid to visit your doctor or local hospital. It is safe. Call ahead to make an appointment or see if your doctor is offering telehealth so you can get medical care from the comfort of your own home.
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Boston Public Health 7h
Boston, you’re at risk every time you leave your home. So whenever you're out and about this week, make sure you wear a face covering at all times. You'll be saving lives by protecting yourself and your loved ones from .
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Boston Public Health 8h
This year has been difficult on all of us. Between , civil unrest, the elections and now shorter, colder days, things can seem bleak. If you’re lonely, overwhelmed or just need to talk, call or text the Samaritans’ 24/7 Helpline: 877-870-4673. It’s free and confidential.
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Boston Public Health 9h
Help us and : 💉 Get a flu vaccine 😷 Wear a face covering in public ✋ Wash your hands often 🤧Cover coughs and sneezes ↔️ Keep your distance from others 🚫 Avoid crowds/gatherings/parties 🤒 Stay home if you are sick
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Boston Public Health 10h
Boston, we’re seeing spreading all over our City. We can’t let our guard down now. When you’re at work today, make sure you wear a face covering and stay 6 feet apart from others at all times. And of course, wash your hands!
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Boston Public Health retweeted
Age Strong Nov 24
These creative cards are going out to homebound seniors in Boston. Volunteers have been hard at work to make sure the holiday season is bright! Want to participate? Email us at AgeStrong@boston.gov
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Boston Police Dept. Nov 26
: How to Help Protect Yourself from Holiday Package Theft
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Boston Public Health 11h
If you traveled for or gathered with people outside your home, get tested for . Go get tested, even if you don't have symptoms. Testing is widely available in the . Use the map on our website to find a site near to you:
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Boston Public Health Nov 29
Returning from traveling after Thanksgiving? Know what the MA travel order means for you when come home: . All visitors or returning residents must complete the travel form and quarantine for 14 days, unless you’re coming from a lower-risk state.
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City of Boston Nov 29
Never been tested for ? Now is the time! We have testing sites located across Boston. Find one near you:
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Mayor Marty Walsh Nov 29
Happy Sunday, Boston! As we head into a new week, please stay vigilant by following public health guidelines. 😷 Wear a face covering 🧼 Wash your hands 📏 Stay 6 feet apart ✅ Avoid gatherings
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Boston Public Health Nov 29
It is flu season in . Have you been vaccinated yet? You can have both the flu and at the same time. While there is no vaccine for right now, there is a flu vaccine. It is critical to get yours this year. Learn more:
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