Yarmouth Coronavirus Update

This Yarmouth Coronavirus Update page will be updated as more information becomes available from the town or weekly when there is no new information.
Yarmouth: 4/11/2020
Yarmouth Board of Health Advisory Currently (39) COVID-19 Cases and (2) Covid-19 Death in Yarmouth. The town is providing regular updates on the number of cases on their site and they are doing an outstanding job posting lots of helpful information for the community.
4/2/2020
As of this date, there have been (25) confirmed COVID-19 cases and (1) COVID-19 death in the Town of Yarmouth. The Yarmouth Health Department is in the process of locating and notifying those who came in contact with individuals testing positive for the COVID-19.
We will continue to update this information as it changes and is made available to us. Please visit the Mass.Gov COVID-19 Cases, Quarantine & Monitoring page here for statewide information.
4/1/2020
As of this date, there have been (18) confirmed COVID-19 cases and (1) COVID-19 death in the Town of Yarmouth. The Yarmouth Health Department is in the process of locating and notifying those who came in contact with individuals testing positive for the COVID-19.
We will continue to update this information as it changes and is made available to us. Please visit the Mass.Gov COVID-19 Cases, Quarantine & Monitoring page here for statewide information.
3/30/2020
As of this date there have been (14) confirmed COVID-19 cases and (1) COVID-19 death in the Town of Yarmouth. The Yarmouth Health Department is in the process of locating and notifying those who came in contact with individuals testing positive for the COVID-19.
3/28/2020
Hello Yarmouth Residents. March 27, 2020
This is Bruce Murphy, Director of the Health Department with a very important public health update about the coronavirus pandemic. In the Town of Yarmouth, there are 10 confirmed cases of COVID-19 and 1 death
The town is also following 34 suspected cases. Governor Baker instructed all travelers entering MA to isolate for 14 days upon the arrival. Governor Baker ordered all non-essential businesses to close. In addition, the Governor issued a stay-at-home advisory limiting travel to the purchase of medication
and food.
3/27/2020
As of this date, there have been (7) confirmed COVID-19 cases in the Town of Yarmouth. The Yarmouth Health Department is in the process of locating and notifying those who came in contact with individuals testing positive for the COVID-19.
We will continue to update this information as it changes and is made available to us. Please visit the Mass.Gov COVID-19 Cases, Quarantine & Monitoring page here for statewide information.

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