Provincetown Coronavirus Update

Provincetown: 5/4/2020
As of May 4, 2020, the Town of Provincetown has 1 confirmed active cases of Coronavirus, 1 death from complications related to COVID-19, and 26 additional cases are considered recovered and have been cleared from quarantine by the public health nurse according to CDC Protocol.  Updated as info becomes available.
Note: These numbers only reflect those individuals that have sought testing. Some people who are positive may not show symptoms and therefore may not seek testing. Social Distancing is effective but it must be maintained over a period of time for it to be truly successful.


Provincetown: 4/29/2020
As of April 29, 2020, the Town of Provincetown has 2 confirmed active cases of Coronavirus, 1 death from complications related to COVID-19, and 25 additional cases are considered recovered and have been cleared from quarantine by the public health nurse according to CDC Protocol. Updated as info becomes available.
Note: These numbers only reflect those individuals that have sought testing. Some people who are positive may not show symptoms and therefore may not seek testing. Social Distancing is effective but it must be maintained over a period of time for it to be truly successful.
4/6/2020
Provincetown is doing the best job of any community on the Cape in reporting the brighter side of this crisis. They are making regular reports on the number of people that have recovered from the virus. I wish all of our communities, our county, our state, country, and our world would start reporting the number of people that have made it back to health. It would be a wonderful number to report in the midst of all the bad news in our world at this point!
4/14/2020
As of April 14, 2020, the Town of Provincetown has 1 confirmed active cases of Coronavirus, 1 death from complications related to COVID-19, and 22 additional cases are considered recovered and have been cleared from quarantine by the public health nurse according to CDC Protocol. Updated as info becomes available.
Note: These numbers only reflect those individuals that have sought testing. Some people who are positive may not show symptoms and therefore may not seek testing. Social Distancing is effective but it must be maintained over a period of time for it to be truly successful.
4/11/2020
As of April 9, 2020, the Town of Provincetown has 3 confirmed active cases of Coronavirus, 1 death from complications related to COVID-19, and 18 additional cases are considered recovered and have been cleared from quarantine by the public health nurse according to CDC Protocol. Updated as info becomes available.
Note: These numbers only reflect those individuals that have sought testing. Some people who are positive may not show symptoms and therefore may not seek testing. Social Distancing is effective but it must be maintained over a period of time for it to be truly successful.
4/6/2020
As of April 6, 2020, the Town of Provincetown has 5 confirmed active cases of Coronavirus, 1 death from complications related to COVID-19, and 16 additional cases are considered recovered and have been cleared from quarantine by the public health nurse according to CDC Protocol.  Updated as info becomes available.
Note: These numbers only reflect those individuals that have sought testing. Some people who are positive may not show symptoms and therefore may not seek testing. Social Distancing is effective but it must be maintained over a period of time for it to be truly successful.
4/2/2020
As of April 2, 2020, the Town of Provincetown has 7 confirmed active cases of Coronavirus, 14 additional cases are considered recovered and have been cleared from quarantine by the public health nurse according to CDC Protocol.
Note: These numbers only reflect those individuals that have sought testing. Some people who are positive may not show symptoms and therefore may not seek testing. Social Distancing is effective but it must be maintained over a period of time for it to be truly successful.
Editor’s Note: We believe that the total number of cases should be 21 in Provincetown and that 14 people have recovered from the virus which is great news, but it does not change the fact that there have been a total of 21 reported positive tests for the virus in Provincetown.
3/31/2020
As of March 31, 2020, the Town of Provincetown has 16 confirmed active cases of Coronavirus, 5 additional cases are considered recovered and have been cleared from quarantine by the public health nurse according to CDC Protocol.
3/27/2020
As of March 27, 2020, the Town of Provincetown has 8 confirmed cases of Coronavirus.
In response to the COVID-19 Emergency, Governor Baker issued an emergency order requiring all individuals to Stay at Home and all businesses and organizations that do not provide “COVID-19 Essential Services” to close their physical workplaces and facilities to workers, customers and the public. All persons are advised to practice social distancing by not gathering in crowds or 10 or more and staying 6 feet away from those you are not sheltering with. See Governor’s Order:


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