City of Framingham: COVID Not Taking A Holiday This Weekend

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FRAMINGHAM – Yesterday, April 1, the City of Framingham was designated a high-risk community for the spread of the COVID-19 virus again.

Today, the City of Framingham said “COVID-19 is NOT taking a Holiday this weekend – please continue to protect yourself and others: Easter and the final day of Passover are this Sunday, April 4.”

The City of Framingham issued a press release that asked residents to “please keep your celebrations small and with those in your household, wear face coverings, practice social distancing, avoid crowds, wash your hands in warm water for 20 seconds, and disinfect high-touch surfaces to slow the spread of the virus.”

The City said “to control the community spread of COVID-19, people must follow isolation and quarantine orders. At this time, all Framingham residents ages 0 – 18 who are identified as a close contact will be quarantined for ten days.”

Mayor Yvonne Spicer has not issued a statement since Framingham was announced as a high-risk community at 5 p.m. on Thursday, April 1.

SOURCE media has repeatedly requested a statement and no response.

City Posted this video link on Twitter but it was NOT included as part of the City’s press release this afternoon, April 2.

https://twitter.com/Framingham_MA/status/1377975494705086467

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