COVID-19 Information For Falmouth

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

February 26: From the Town of Falmouth:
Video Update from Falmouth Health Agent Scott McGann:

February 19: From the Town of Falmouth:
Video Update from Falmouth Health Agent Scott McGann:

February 19: From the Town of Falmouth:
The Cape Cod COVID-19 Response Task Force and MassSupport Network are partnering to presentSeason of Change, Coping During COVID.

February 12: From the Town of Falmouth:
Video Update from Falmouth Health Agent Scott McGann:

February 12: From the Town of Falmouth:
Town of Falmouth Calls on Governor to Distribute More Vaccine to Cape

February 8: From the Town of Falmouth:
Vaccine Appointments in Hyannis and Eastham to be posted February 9th

February 5: From the Town of Falmouth:
Video Update from Falmouth Health Agent Scott McGann:

February 2: From the Town of Falmouth:
Cape Cod COVID-19 Response Task Force to Hold a Phone Briefing for Cape Cod Residents Over 65 on COVID-19 Vaccine Rollout

January 29: From the Town of Falmouth:
Video Update from Falmouth Health Agent Scott McGann:

January 21: Baker-Polito Administration Awards Another $37 Million in Grants to 638 Businesses, Extends Capacity Limits and Lifts Early Closing Requirement for Businesses

January 19: Baker-Polito Administration Launches COVID-19 Vaccine CDC Pharmacy Partnership - Phase 1, Expands Vaccine Locations & Names Fenway Park as Mass Vaccination Site

January 15: 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:

FCTV Exclusive: Woods Hole Diversity Committee Black History Month

One of the Woods Hole Diversity Advisory Committee’s goals is to celebrate and educate the community about African American history and culture. With representatives from six Woods Hole scientific institutions, the Committee’s annual celebration of Black History Month has gone virtual in 2021. We checked in with them to hear more about this year’s theme, “The Black Family”.

Monday, February 22, 2021

FCTV Exclusive: Community Health Center of Cape Cod

Concerns about overburdening the health-care system, and even becoming infected with Covid-19, has been a common reason for delayed care-seeking according to health care providers. But particularly if you’re someone with a chronic health condition, it’s essential you continue to seek medical care routinely, and especially in an emergency. We checked in with the Community Health Center of Cape Cod for some advice.

Monday, February 22, 2021

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