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Posted on: June 29, 2020

Since Friday, June 26, Seven Residents Have Tested Positive, Three More have Recovered, and

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Kelly McFalls
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Since Friday, June 26, Seven Residents Have Tested Positive, Three More have Recovered, and City Learns of One New Fatality Related to COVID-19;
Health Department Distributes Demographic COVID-19 Data;
Reminder: Community Hour Tuesday at 5 p.m., Focused on Building an Anti-racist Village with 
Community, Classrooms, College, and Clergy

  • Since Friday, June 26, seven residents have tested positive, three more have recovered, and City learns of one new fatality related to COVID-19The number of people in the City who have tested positive for COVID-19 is 1,732. With 1,416 cases recovered and 114 fatalities, Framingham currently has 202 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 Health Department is following 94 residents in quarantine.

  • The City’s Department of Public Health distributes demographic COVID-19 data every Monday on all confirmed Cases in Framingham since March 1, 2020: Data includes information about confirmed cases by age, gender, race/ethnicity, fatalities, nursing homes, and residential settings. Reference data release here (current as of Friday, June 26).

  • Community Hour Tuesday, June 30 at 5 p.m. focused on building an anti-racist village with community, classrooms, college, and clergy: Mayor Yvonne M. Spicer will be joined Bianca Blackman and José Iván Román, members of Framingham’s Human Relations Commission; Joseph Corazzini, Assistant Superintendent for Equity, Diversity, and Community Development at Framingham Public Schools; Constanza Cabello, Ed.D., Vice President of Diversity, Inclusion, and Community Engagement at Framingham State University; and Reverend Gregory Morisse, Pastor and Teacher at The Plymouth Church in Framingham. Attendees will be able to pose questions during the hour via Zoom’s Chat function. If people cannot attend and have questions, please email with the subject line: June 30 Community Hour. Click here for information on how to join. A video recording of the Zoom will be available following for those who cannot attend.

  • COVID-19 in Framingham: Information on COVID-19 in Framingham can be found here. To receive information from the City on a mobile device, text "Join FraminghamMA" to 30890. For questions regarding COVID-19 in Framingham, please call the City’s informational line at (508) 532-5411, Mon-Fri., 8:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m.

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