City of Framingham Surpasses 2,400 Coronavirus Cases & Announces 67 New COVID Cases Since Friday, Majority Under Age 30
FRAMINGHAM – The City of Framingham announced 67 new COVID-19 cases since Friday.
Since the pandemic, there have been 138 deaths, as the city announced a new death today.
The City’s testing site at Walsh Middle School was closed last Thursday & Friday and closed on Sunday & Monday this week.
The state has designated Framingham as a high-risk community for COVID-19 community.
Superintendent of Bob Tremblay announced a delay to hybrid learning from November to January 2021, earlier this month.
Framingham has had a total of 2,434. coronavirus cases since the pandemic began.
The good news is 2,107 individuals have recovered.
Active cases in the City of Framingham are up from 153 to 189
As of today, there are 171 individual in quarantine.
The City of Framingham said a majority of recent new positives are made up of people younger than 30 years old.
Moreover, many families from the same household are being tested simultaneously, with each testing positive for COVID-19.
The Framingham Public Health Department is providing enhanced wrap-around services so the families can better isolate in place. Those services include providing emergency food and connecting them with outside agencies that offer additional support services such as rental and fuel assistance programs.