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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information

CONFIRMED COVID-19 cases in Middleton as of April 1, 2020:  8

COVID-19 Update March 25,2020
Statement-March 20,2020- First Confirmed Case of COVID-19

COVID-19 Screening/Assessment Tool: The Commonwealth of Massachusetts has partnered with Buoy Health, Inc. to offer a COVID-19 screening and assessment tool. Click https://www.buoyhealth.com/ to access the webpage.

What to do if you think you have been exposed to Coronavirus/COVID-19: If you think you have been exposed to COVID-19 and develop a fever and symptoms, such as cough or difficulty breathing, call your healthcare provider for medical advice. If you do not have a medical provider, call 2-1-1 for advice. Do not go to the Emergency Room unless you are experiencing life-threatening symptoms. Follow the CDC’s advice.

Emergency Declarations

Board of Selectmen Local State of Emergency 3/24/2020
Board of Health Local State of Emergency 3/24/2020

3/23/20 Update: Town offices at Memorial Hall, 195 North Main St. (DPW/Inspections/Land Use), Middleton Electric Light Department, as well as the Senior Center and Flint Public Library are closed to the public until further notice. The Transfer Station continues to operate on its regular schedule; however, the Swap Shop is closed. Public safety departments continue to operate, but are doing so at a heightened level of protection. These closures are done in order to promote social distancing and are done in concert with Governor Baker’s executive orders.

3/16/2020 Statement from the Town Administrator Regarding Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Statement from the Town Administrator Regarding Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Statement from the Town of Middleton Public Health Director 2/28/20
Medical Reserve Corp (MRC) Volunteer Letter-COVID-19 3-2020

Get information from trusted sources.

Visit https://www.mass.gov/2019coronavirus for the latest news, case counts, and lab testing results.


Governor’s Order and Guidance

Read the Latest on the Directives from the COVID-19 State of Emergency
Order Suspending Certain Provisions of the Open Meeting Law
Donations and Volunteer to Support the COVID-19 Outbreak in Massachusetts

For the most up to date information, continue to check the Centers for Disease Control and Department of Public Health website links listed below:

Resources

Business Resources

For additional information about school operations, please consult the Tri-Town or Masconomet websites:

Community Feedback Survey Click Here

For more information on the planning of the municipal complex at 

105 South Main Street, please click the link below. 

MiddleotnGolfCourse

105 South Main Street Master Development Plan

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    Information Regarding 4th Quarter Tax Deadline

    Fourth quarter property tax bills were mailed on March 19, 2020. State law requires that 4th quarter bills be mailed by April 1st. The Massachusetts legislature is currently debating a bill that will provide taxpayer relief. The bill would postpone the Read on...
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    Donations and Volunteer to Support COVID-19 Outbreak in Mass

    Governor Baker announced an online portal where individuals and companies can easily donate or sell personal protective equipment (PPE) and volunteer to support the COVID-19 outbreak in Massachusetts. Read on...
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    Update on 2020 Annual Town Election

    In response to the State of Emergency and concerns about COVID-19 and its implications on election administration, the Governor signed a law authorizing the Board of Selectmen to vote to postpone the local election which was scheduled for 05/19/20 Additional Info...
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    COVID-19 Screening/Assessment Tool

    COVID-19 Screening/Assessment Tool: The Commonwealth of Massachusetts has partnered with Buoy Health, Inc. to offer a COVID-19 screening and assessment tool. Click https://www.buoyhealth.com/ to access the webpage. Read on...
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    Update COVID-19 March 25, 2020

    • Middleton Cases: The number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Middleton is 3, as of March 25, 2020; • Statewide Cases: From March 24 to March 25, the number of cases in Massachusetts increased from 1,159 to 1,838, an increase of 679 or 59%. Additional Info...
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    March 20, 2020-First Confirmed Case of COVID-19

    The Town of Middleton has been informed of the first confirmed case of COVID-19 within the community. The case appears to be the result of overseas travel and does not appear to be a case of community transmission. The individual and the individual’s Read on...
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    The Senior Center is Looking for Volunteers

    The Middleton Senior Center is recruiting for volunteers who can help with deliveries, shopping, staffing the food pantry, check in calls, and monetary donations. Read on...
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    Important Notice Regarding Middleton Police Department Operations

    As a result of heightened concerns over person-to-person contact relating to the coronavirus emergency, and in following the guidelines set forth by Governor Baker, the Middleton Police Department has made several changes to our normal operating procedure Additional Info...
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    Join the Middleton/Regional Medical & Non Medical Reserve Corp

    Public Health and Medical Systems going to need help in the coming months responding to the Coronavirus (COVID-19). We need both medical and non-medical volunteers! We are looking for residents who are interested in volunteering,,,,, Read on...
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    Date Change to April 18th for Resident Brush Collection

    Please note that the date has changed. There will be a resident brush collection on April 18, 2020, 8AM to 4PM at the Transfer station. Read on...
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    Opioid Overdose Awareness: Harm Reduction Training

    Free training for the public: Know the Signs of an Opioid Overdose & What to Do! Read on...
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    Master Plan 300

    The Master Plan Committee is pleased to announce that the Planning Board voted to adopt the newly finished Master Plan 300 at their December 11, 2019 meeting. Read on...
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    Middleton's Boards and Committees are Looking for Volunteers!

    Volunteers Wanted The Town of Middleton depends on volunteers to fill a number of positions in serving this community. Each year the Board of Selectmen asks for volunteers to come forward to be considered for appointment to a variety of Read on...
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