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- Also TEXT COVIDMA to 888-777 to stay informed
- Or call 311 (978-358-1311) for assistance with your alert subscriptions or any city business
- For a list of Department Phone Numbers and Email Addresses click HERE
Total Cases 957; 16 additional cases
In Long Term Care Facilities 235
MA News & Resources:
Manufacturing & Construction Safety Standards
Places of Worship Checklist
MASS.GOV COVID-19 daily updates & information
Families First Coronavirus Response Act: Questions & Answers
City of Haverhill Orders & Declarations:
Corrected and Revised Board of Health Executive Order Relative to the Operations of Essential Services - Revised April 27, 2020
Haverhill Emergency Health Declaration - March 20 2020
Public and Private Construction Sites Order by Mayor - March 30 2020 Public and Private Construction Sites Order by Mayor - March 30 2020
City Hall, DPW located at 500 Primrose, and WWTP are closed to the public but our offices are fully operating. Residents are encouraged to conduct business ONLINE https://www.cityofhaverhill.com/online_services/non_tax_payments.php or by calling the office. Please call 311 for any assistance.
The Haverhill Public Library is closed.
The Haverhill Housing Authority is closed.
Haverhill Public Schools are closed. Food support for students can be found here:
- The Consentino School – 685 Washington Street
- The Nettle School – 150 Boardman Street
- The YMCA – 81 Winter Street
- The Boys and Girls Club – 55 Emerson Street
- Hunking School - 480 South Main Street
- JG Whittier School - 292 Concord Street
Restaurants, Bars, Taverns, Clubs & Veterans Clubs are closed for on premise consumption 3/17-4/5/20. Take out and delivery is allowed. Please support your local establishments! For more information: https://www.mass.gov/info-details/covid-19-state-of-emergency
Novel coronavirus (also known as COVID-19) is a virus that recently emerged in December 2019 in China. Like the flu, it primarily affects the lungs. The virus is thought to spread mainly from person - to - person, between people who are in close contact with one another and through respiratory droplets produced when an infected person coughs or sneezes. While some cases can be mild, some persons may develop more serious complications, and in some cases the virus can be fatal. The U.S. CDC strongly advises that community members prepare and take preventive steps. Clean your hands often, avoid close contact and clean and disinfect surfaces. High risk individuals include older adults and individuals with chronic medical problems. Please check out the links below for information and guidance.