Cumulative Cases

6052

Cambridge residents who have tested positive for COVID-19

*as of 4:29 PM on June 14

Total Deaths

123

Confirmed COVID‑19 deaths in Cambridge residents

*as of 4:29 PM on June 14

Fully Vaccinated

62%

Percentage of fully vaccinated Cambridge residents

*as of 5:27 PM on June 10

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Widespread vaccination is the most important pathway to ending the pandemic.

  • If your mask makes you feel more comfortable, wear it!
  • If you are fully vaccinated, masks are option.
  • If you are NOT fully vaccinated, please continue to mask up to protect yourself and others.
  • Still need a vaccine? Click here.
  • If you have severe symptoms, such as trouble breathing, persistent pain or pressure in your chest, and/or inability to wake or stay awake, call 911 for an ambulance immediately.
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Vaccine Information

People age 12 and older who live, work, or study in Massachusetts can get vaccinated and, effective immediately, providers in Massachusetts may begin to administer the Pfizer/BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine to individuals age 12 and older. The COVID-19 vaccine is free and one of the best ways to protect yourself and those around you from getting sick from COVID-19. We encourage everyone to get vaccinated.

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Testing

The City of Cambridge and Cambridge Public Health Department (CPHD) are offering free COVID-19 testing for Cambridge residents. No identification or Social Security number is required. All sites are wheelchair accessible.

Please note: While appointments are not required, we strongly urge residents to book an appointment in advance. Please be mindful that appointments cannot be made by calling the testing sites directly.

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Public Health

Widespread vaccination is the most important pathway to ending the pandemic. Everyone age 12 and older is now eligible to get a COVID-19 vaccine.

  • If your mask makes you feel more comfortable, wear it!
  • If you are fully vaccinated, masks are option.
  • If you are NOT fully vaccinated, please continue to mask up to protect yourself and others.
  • Still need a vaccine? Click here.
  • If you have severe symptoms, such as trouble breathing, persistent pain or pressure in your chest, and/or inability to wake or stay awake, call 911 for an ambulance immediately.

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City Departments & Offices

With the Commonwealth's State of Emergency ending on June 15, 2021, the City will begin welcoming residents back in administrative buildings without appointments on Tuesday, June 15th.

The Cambridge Public Library also announced its reopening plans, and will begin to reopen library branches to patrons beginning the week of June 14th. More details can be found here.

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Reopening Cambridge

The City of Cambridge announced that, with the Commonwealth's State of Emergency ending on June 15, 2021, and the significant improvements in public health metrics, it will align with the Commonwealth in lifting the City’s remaining COVID-19 restrictions on Saturday, May 29, 2021 and will rescind its March 19, 2020 Declaration of Public Health Emergency in Cambridge effective June 15, 2021.

With the Commonwealth's State of Emergency ending on June 15, 2021, the City will begin welcoming residents back in administrative buildings without appointments on Tuesday, June 15th.

The Cambridge Public Library also announced its reopening plans, and will begin to reopen library branches to patrons beginning the week of June 14th. More details can be found here.

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Face Coverings

Effective May 29, the City of Cambridge will follow the Massachusetts Department of Public Health’s new face-covering advisory consistent with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s updated guidance, and will not require the use of face masks in Cambridge. However, residents are encouraged to follow the Massachusetts and CDC recommendations for vaccinated and unvaccinated people, and businesses are reminded that they may continue to require the use of face masks inside their establishments if they wish.

Masks will continue to be required in city buildings through June 15. Whether vaccinated or unvaccinated, all staff and visitors must wear a mask inside city buildings. Hand sanitizer is located throughout the building and free masks are available at the check-in desk.

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Businesses

Access, local, state, and federal information and assistance for the small business and artist communities.

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Housing

During this time of crisis, the City of Cambridge is working hard to ensure that all our residents stay safe and healthy.

Mayor Sumbul Siddiqui and City Manager Louis A. DePasquale have been working with the City Council and many City Departments to establish additional resources for residents who have been impacted by the Coronavirus/COVID-19.

The Community Development Department, the Department of Human Service Programs' Multi Service Center, and the City’s Housing Liaison are also working together to stay up to date on all court related information and to respond to your housing related questions and concerns. We understand that this crisis affects us all; tenants, homeowners, landlords and property management companies. We hope by working together we will keep our homes and our community intact.

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Libraries

The Cambridge Public Library also announced its reopening plans, and will begin to reopen library branches to patrons beginning the week of June 14th.

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Resources for People with Disabilities

People with disabilities (PwD) and/or certain ongoing health problems, especially people who have problems with their lungs or with fighting off illness, are at a higher risk of getting very sick if they get COVID-19.The Cambridge Commission for Persons with Disabilities (CCPD) has put together this list of resources to help you get your basic needs met during this public health crisis.

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