Mayor Spicer To Discuss Framingham As High-Risk COVID Community on April 6

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FRAMINGHAM – On April 1, the Commonwealth of Massachusetts moved the City of Framingham back into the red, designating the community as a high-risk for the spread of the coronavirus.

Mayor Yvonne Spicer has not issued a statement since Framingham was announced as a high-risk community last night.

SOURCE media has requested multiple times a statement and no response.

This afternoon, the Spicer administration announced the Mayor will hold a community hour to discuss the matter on Tuesday, April 6 at 5 p.m. on Zoom.

“Framingham is back in the “Red” one with a 4.03% COVID-19 positivity rate and what it means for the City. Join Mayor Yvonne M. Spicer to discuss what it means for Framingham to be back in the “red” as it relates to COVID-19 positivity rates. Attendees will be able to pose questions during the hour via Zoom’s Chat function,” said the Spicer administration press release.

If you cannot attend and have questions, please email kmcfalls@framinghamma.gov with the subject line: April 6 Community Hour.

Zoom information on how to join will be made available on Monday, April 5, and promoted in Monday’s COVID press release , said the City this afternoon.

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