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Posted on: March 21, 2020

City Receives Notification that Three More Residents Test Positive for COVID-19


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Kelly McFalls
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M (774) 285-1315

City Receives Notification that Three More Residents Test Positive for COVID-19, Bringing Total to 10

Resources Available to Residents

  • Framingham learns that three additional people test positive for COVID-19: The number of people in the City who have tested positive for COVID-19 is now 10.
  • Economic Resources for Businesses and Residents 
  • 495/MetroWest Partnership
  • MetroWest Emergency Relief Fund and Feed Framingham COVID-19 Fund
  • Framingham Public Library - Access free WiFi from parking lots and online research resources  
  • Massachusetts Health Council
  • MetroWest Chamber of Commerce
  • Small Business Administration - Small Business Guidance & Loan Resources 
  • Unemployment Assistance
  • Playground, Park, and Other Recreational Facility Usage: All City playgrounds, tennis courts, basketball courts, skate park, and Bowditch track are closed until further notice. Parks and Trails will remain open for passive use. Residents are encouraged to practice social distancing while enjoying nature. Maintenance in parks will continue. The City is taking action to minimize exposure to COVID-19 in public spaces. The health and safety of residents is a top priority. Framingham is following the safety recommendations outlined in the State of Emergency declaration by Governor Charlie Baker and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
  • COVID-19 in Framingham: Information about actions the City and Schools are taking, along with more information on COVID-19 and prevention measures, can be found at www.FraminghamMa.Gov/covid19, which is updated frequently. As the City receives additional information, residents can find updates on the website, Facebook, and Twitter - @Framingham_MA. If there is an urgent update, the City will employ the City’s "Alert
  • Framingham" system, otherwise known as reverse 911. To sign up for the City’s reverse 911 system, please go here: 


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