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Posted on: June 12, 2020

Two Residents Test Positive for COVID-19, and 13 People have Recovered,

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 06/12/2020
For further information contact:
Kelly McFalls
kmcfalls@framinghamma.gov
Tel (508) 532-5437
M (774) 285-1315


*COVID-19 UPDATE* 
Two Residents Test Positive for COVID-19, and 13 People have Recovered,
City Learns of One New Fatality;
Community Hour Tuesday, June 16: Continuing the Discussion – From Marches to Action – What is Next?
*There will be no Press Release Saturday, June 13, or Sunday, June 14, 
Demographic COVID-19 Data to be Issued Monday, June 15*

  • Two residents test positive for COVID-19, 13 more have recovered, and City learns of one new fatalityThe number of people in the City who have tested positive for COVID-19 is 1,700. With 1,332 cases recovered and 101 fatalities, Framingham currently has 267 active cases. The Framingham Health Department contacts the people who were potentially exposed and the owners of the businesses or places of employment where the potential exposures occurred to inform and counsel them on next steps (contact tracing). In addition to the active cases, the Framingham Health Department currently is following 126 residents in quarantine.

  • Zoom Community Hour focused on continuing the discussion – From Marches to Action – What is Next? Tuesday, June 16, at 5 p.m.: Mayor Yvonne M. Spicer will be joined by other leaders to Continue the Discussion – From Marches to Action – What is Next? Attendees will be able to pose questions during the hour via Zoom’s Chat function. If people cannot attend and have questions, please email kmcfalls@framinghamma.gov with the subject line: June 16 Community Hour. Click here for information on how to join. A video recording of the June 16 Zoom will be available following for those who cannot attend. Review the initial discussion on this subject here. Mayor Spicer’s office has received requests from residents about what they can do to combat racism. The list of Anti-racism Resources from Brandeis University is an excellent reference document. Feel free to share.

  • Stay Safe Framingham, Continue to Wear a Face Covering and Practice Social Distancing: The weather is nice, and our COVID-19 cases are on the decline, but the virus is still present. As always, be safe, continue to practice social distancing, wear a cloth face covering when in public, wash your hands, and disinfect surfaces. You will help keep yourself and others healthy.

*There will be no Press Release Saturday, June 13, or Sunday, June 14, 
Demographic COVID-19 Data to be Issued Monday, June 15*

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