Boston Public Health Commission 'Urging' Residents To Take Precautions After Rise In COVID Numbers
BOSTON (CBS) — The Boston Public Health Commission is “urging” residents to stay vigilant against COVID after a recent rise in cases over the last several weeks.They cited a 65 percent increase in COVID cases over the past two weeks and a new rise in hospitalizations. The city’s positivity rate has also jumped to 6.9% after being as low as 2.2% in early March.“With COVID-19 cases rising, we are urging all Bostonians to take extra precautions to …
Boston officials recommend wearing masks indoors again
BOSTON (AP) — Boston health officials are recommending that people wear masks indoors again because of a steep increase in COVID-19 cases over the past two weeks. The Boston Public Health Commission said Thursday that people should take precautions, citing a 65% increase in cases and a slow rise in hospitalizations.
Boston officials recommend wearing masks indoors again amid rising cases, hospitalizations
BOSTON >> Boston health officials are recommending that people wear masks indoors again because of a steep increase in COVID-19 cases over the past two weeks.
Health officials raise concerns about rising COVID-19 cases in Boston
The Boston Public Health Commission released new safety precautions, which include a renewed push to wear masks when inside crowded places, as the city sees an increase in COVID-19 cases.
Boston Health Commission Recommends New COVID Precautions Amid Rising Cases
Citing a 65% increase in COVID-19 cases over the past two weeks, the Boston Public Health Commission on Thursday recommended a new series of precautions for residents. The commission is urging residents to get tested, stay at home if they feel sick, keep up to date on their vaccinations and recommending the wearing of masks indoors. The renewal of the…