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  • CDC Releases Updated COVID-19 Vaccine Guidance for People who are Immunocompromised

    Having a weakened immune system can make you more likely to get severely ill from COVID-19. Many conditions and treatments can cause a person to be immunocompromised or have a weakened immune system, ranging from inherited genetic conditions to immune-weakening medications such as corticosteroids.
  • City of Cambridge COVID-19 Vaccine & Booster Clinics

    The City of Cambridge is holding COVID-19 vaccine and booster clinics for people who live or work in Cambridge at the CambridgeSide mall.
  • Cambridge Public Health Department Urges Residents to Get a COVID-19 Booster Shot

    Booster shots increase your protection against COVID-19, including variants. During the Omicron surge, receipt of a third (booster) dose has been highly effective at preventing COVID-19–associated hospitalizations, the need for mechanical ventilation, and death. These findings underscore the importance of receiving a booster dose of mRNA COVID-19 vaccine to prevent both moderately severe and severe COVID-19, especially while the Omicron variant is the predominant circulating variant.
  • COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic on February 16 at Reservoir Church

    The Cambridge Public Health Department is hosting a COVID-19 vaccine clinic for the Cambridge community on Wednesday, February 16 from 3:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. at the Reservoir Church, 170 Rindge Avenue, Cambridge.
  • Remember to Notify Your Close Contacts if You Test Positive for COVID-19

    While COVID-19 cases are declining, infection rates are still high in Cambridge and the state. The Cambridge Public Health Department reminds residents who have COVID-19 to notify your close contacts so that they may take precautions to help stop the spread. A close contact is anyone who has been within 6 feet of you for 15 minutes or more over a 24-hour period while indoors during the two days before you got sick OR the two days before your positive test was taken if you don’t have symptoms. By telling your close contacts that they may have been in contact with COVID-19, you are helping to protect everyone.
  • Cambridge Announces $2.5 Million Restaurant and Nightlife Relief Grant Program

    The City of Cambridge announced a new Restaurant and Nightlife Relief Grant program today which will award $2,500,000 to eligible Cambridge venues. These grants, funded through the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA), will provide relief to local, non-franchise cafes, restaurants, and entertainment venues (e.g. movie theaters, performance venues, galleries) heavily impacted by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Restaurants and entertainment venues citywide will be able to apply for grant awards of $10,000 for allowable business expenses such as payroll, rent, personal protective equipment, utilities, goods and equipment, and outdoor dining infrastructure. Applications will be accepted from February 3-28, 2022 at 8:00 p.m.
  • City of Cambridge to Make 10,000 COVID-19 Rapid At-Home Test Kits and 20,000 High-Quality Masks Available for the Public to Pick Up at Sites Across the City

    The City of Cambridge announced that, beginning Saturday, February 5, 10,000 COVID-19 rapid at-home test kits and 20,000 high-quality KF94 masks will be available for the public to pick up at the Main Library, City Hall, and multiple Fire Stations across the City during select dates and times while supplies last.
  • FDA Takes Key Action by Approving Second COVID-19 Vaccine

    Today (January 31, 2022), the U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved a second COVID-19 vaccine. The vaccine has been known as the Moderna COVID-19 Vaccine; the approved vaccine will be marketed as Spikevax for the prevention of COVID-19 in individuals 18 years of age and older.
  • Omicron Cases Have Peaked in Cambridge; Residents Urged to Continue to Take Precautions to Slow the Spread

    In Massachusetts, the “Omicron surge” peaked in early January, a few weeks earlier than had been predicted. Based on wastewater samples collected from Cambridge, Boston, and surrounding communities, the peak of Omicron infections occurred on January 5.
  • Why You Should Get Your Booster Vaccine Now

    More fully vaccinated Cambridge residents are now eligible for COVID-19 boosters following recent recommendations from the CDC.
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