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Covid 19 Holyoke Daily Report 5/28

Posted on May 28, 2020


COVID19 Report

The Pioneer Valley Transit Authority will receive $36.6 million in Federal Transit Administration funding under the Federal CARES Act.

The Massachusetts Weekly Covid-19 Public Health Report (Updated Wednesday) has detailed information including Town-by-Town numbers and numbers related to long-term care facilities: https://www.mass.gov/doc/weekly-covid-19-public-health-report-may-27-2020/download

Mass website featuring all Covid-19 testing sites: www.mass.gov/covid-testmap

Massachusetts comprehensive daily “dashboard” illustrating the spread of this virus across regions and demographics: https://www.mass.gov/doc/covid-19-dashboard-may-28-2020/download

Testing has a turnaround time of 1 – 4 days and many cases are being clinically diagnosed (no testing or reporting involved). All are advised to behave as though they are carriers of Covid-19.

808 Holyoke residents have been confirmed positive by testing.

5,878 confirmed cases in Hampden County (<1% increase)
845 in Hampshire (<1% increase)319 in Franklin (<1% increase)
539 in Berkshire county (0% increase)

The curve we need to flatten: County numbers graphed over time can be found here: https://www.wmasscovid.com/

Massachusetts has now experienced a total of 6,640 deaths connected to Covid-19

Please be advised that you may be contacted by Public Health officials as part of the COVID-19 Contact Tracing Initiative sponsored by the Massachusetts Department of Public Health. If you have tested positive for COVID-19 or were exposed to someone who has tested positive, you may receive a call from your local Board of Health or from the MA Department of Public Health. The call will only take a few minutes and is a necessary step to limit the spread of the virus. Your information will not be shared with any other agencies and these officials will never ask for your social security number or health insurance information. If you have any questions about a call you received, contact us at coronaresponse@holyoke.org

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