COVID-19 Information For Falmouth

Here are the latest updates from various sources on the Coronavirus public health situation in Falmouth:

April 1, 2020 UPDATE: From the Falmouth Health Department: 57 Positive Cases in Our Community

April 1, 2020: Town of Falmouth temporarily closes municipal beach parking lots.

April 1, 2020: Beginning Monday, April 6, 2020, Cape Cod Healthcare will transition Falmouth Hospital maternity and pediatric inpatient services to Cape Cod Hospital. This transition is in response to the forecasted need for critical care due to COVID-19.

March 31, 2020 UPDATE: From Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker: The Baker-Polito Administration announced that it is extending the non-essential business emergency order and guidance for Executive Branch employees until May 4. The Department of Public Health’s Stay-At-Home Advisory remains in effect.

(Portuguese Translations of COVID-19 Information from Falmouth Town Website.)

March 27, 2020: Massachusetts Announces State Income Tax Filing Deadline Being Extended to July 15

March 27, 2020: Baker-Polito Administration Announces Travel Guidelines and New Health Care Resources To Support COVID-19 Response

March 26, 2020: A Message To Our Out Of Town Visitors

March 26, 2020: Baker-Polito Administration Announces Federal Disaster Request and Other COVID-19 Response Efforts

March 25, 2020 Falmouth Schools School Closure Extended To May 4, 2020

March 25, 2020 UPDATE: From the Falmouth Town Manager:
Coronavirus Message To Falmouth Residents


FCTV Closing Information

NOTE: Falmouth Town Meeting has been postponed to the Third Monday following the expiration of the gubernatorial declared emergency order relative to COVID-19.

Falmouth Public Schools COVID-19 Information

Cape Cod Healthcare Announces Physician Policy Update for COVID-19 Testing
Instructions For COVID-19 Drive-Through Testing

Community Health Center of Cape Cod Broadens Availability of Virtual Visits for all Patients

Cape Cod Community College COVID-19 Update


Note About FCTV Non-Partisanship

This week a video was posted on the internet that may give the incorrect impression that FCTV is endorsing a candidate for the Massachusetts State Senate. As a non-profit 501(c)(3) independent organization, FCTV does not endorse candidates for any office, referendum questions, or Town Meeting warrant articles.

FCTV invited all candidates equally to record a statement about their candidacy. While candidates may use their recorded statements in their own publicity and social media, please be advised that FCTV remains unaffiliated with any political party, government, or candidate.

FCTV will continue to treat all candidates for public office with fairness and objectivity, providing an equal and even platform for discussion and debate.

Falmouth in Focus: March 20, 2020


In this episode of Falmouth in Focus, we’ll give you an update on the spread of the Covid-19 virus, take a plunge with some brave souls raising money for a worthwhile organization, and. stop by the Morse Pond School to see how a local business is doing its part to help the environment. All this and much more on this episode of Falmouth in Focus.

Friday, March 20, 2020

FCTV Exclusive: Freezin for a Reason

Freezin for a Reason

Sunday, March Eighth saw a group of brave and hearty souls “Freezin for a Reason” as the 16th annual polar plunge was held at Falmouth Heights Beach. Sponsored by the British Beer Company, the event was a benefit for the group “Belonging to Each Other”, the Falmouth-based non-profit organization that provides temporary housing and loving support to our homeless community members.

Friday, March 20, 2020