COVID-19 Information For Falmouth

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

January 8: From the Town of Falmouth:
Video Update from Falmouth Health Agent Scott McGann:

January 7: Baker-Polito Administration announces the extension of further restrictions and new hospital guidance to help stop the spread of COVID-19 in the Commonwealth.

January 4: From the Town of Falmouth:
Video Update from Falmouth Health Agent Scott McGann:

December 30: From the Falmouth Public Schools:
Falmouth Public Schools will move to a fully remote learning model for all students, PreK - 12, the week of January 4 - January 8, 2021.

December 28: From the Town of Falmouth:
Video Update from Falmouth Health Agent Scott McGann:

December 18: From the Town of Falmouth:
Video Update from Falmouth Health Agent Scott McGann:

December 11: From the Town of Falmouth:
Video Update from Falmouth Health Agent Scott McGann:

December 9: Baker-Polito Administration Announces Initial Steps for COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution

December 4: From the Town of Falmouth:
Video Update from Falmouth Health Agent Scott McGann:

November 20: From the Town of Falmouth:
Video Update from Falmouth Health Agent Scott McGann:

November 2: From the Governor of Massachusetts:
Targeted Measures To Curb Rising Cases, Hospitalizations

October 30: From the Town of Falmouth:
Video Update from Falmouth Health Agent Scott McGann

Center For Media and Social Impact: PEG Access Media Become Local Communication Hubs in Crisis
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Falmouth Ukulele Project - Sign Up!

Falmouth Community Television announces the return of its popular online learning experience, “The Falmouth Ukulele Project.” The project offers ukulele classes taught online using the Zoom teleconference platform by noted local musician Steve Gregory. The project is intended to offer a fun, creative, and educational activity for participants of all ages during the COVID-19 pandemic.

FCTV Exclusive: Neighborhood Falmouth Prescription Deliveries

Neighborhood Falmouth is a local non-profit organization whose mission is to help seniors stay safely and comfortably in their homes for as long as possible. During the pandemic, they have expanded their delivery services to ALL seniors in this time of need. If you or someone you know needs Senior delivery services OR you would like to become a volunteer, contact Neighborhood Falmouth by calling (508)564-7543 for more information.

Wednesday, December 23, 2020

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