BROOKLINE – Health Commissioner Sigalle Reiss and the Brookline Department of Public Health announce that the Town of Brookline is lifting the face-covering requirements in town-owned buildings where the public gathers effective immediately.
The decision to lift the mask requirement was based on a review of COVID-19 data including declining local case counts, hospital admissions and hospital capacity, wastewater data, Public Schools of Brookline case counts, and vaccine and testing resources. As of Thursday, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has transitioned Norfolk, Suffolk, and Middlesex Counties as a low-risk area for COVID-19 transmission. (Full release available using link above)
BROOKLINE – Health Commissioner Sigalle Reiss is pleased to announce that the Brookline Department of Public Health and Human Services has launched a new COVID-19 data portal and information hub.
The new interactive online dashboard enables residents to access cumulative and weekly COVID-19 data, including cases, testing and vaccination rates. Each of these key indicators is also broken down along demographic lines, giving residents a better understanding of how the pandemic is impacting people of different age groups and races. (Full release available using link above)
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