Public Health Department

COVID-19 HOTLINE  844-968-3323

(sponsored by the Clinton Board of Health and the Montachusett Public Health Network)

NOTICE TO ALL CLINTON RESIDENTS


PER ORDER OF THE CLINTON BOARD OF HEALTH, THE FOLLOWING FACILITIES WILL BE CLOSED TO THE GENERAL PUBLIC:

ALL TOWN BUILDINGS, BALLFIELDS FOR ORGANIZED ACTIVITIES AND PLAYGROUNDS.

THIS ORDER IS ISSUED PURSUANT TO M.G.L. CHAPTER 111, SECTION 30 AND SHALL BE ENFORCED, IF NECESSARY, WITH THE ASSISTANCE OF STATE OR MUNICIPAL POLICE.

THIS ORDER IS EFFECTIVE MARCH 18, 2020 AND SHALL REMAIN IN EFFECT THROUGH MAY 4, 2020, UNLESS FURTHER AMENDED.


TOWN  OF CLINTON PROVIDES UPDATED INFORMATION REGARDING CORONA VIRUS COVID-19.


As of  April 8,  2020: 

Confirmed Cases - 25

Currently under Quarantine - 18

Completed Quarantine - 7

TOWN MANAGER MICHAEL WARD AND THE BOARD OF HEALTH WISH TO PROVIDE THE COMMUNITY WITH UPDATED INFORMATION ON THE NOVEL CORONA VIRUS COVID-19, AS FEDERAL AND STATE HEALTH OFFICIALS CONTINUE TO MONITOR THE SPREAD OF THE VIRUS.

For online Covid-19 information in Massachusetts:  www.mass.gov

Information phone line: 2 1 1

A MESSAGE FROM THE CLINTON BOARD OF HEALTH


At this time, Shaw’s Supermarket is asking for your help to avoid shopping during the following window of time: TUESDAY and THURSDAY  7 am to 9 am

 Shaw’s is reserving this time for senior citizens and our at risk neighbors to shop for their grocery needs.

Hannaford Supermarket is reserving  7 am to 8 amevery day  for seniors and our at risk neighbors.

Members

  • Stephen Lipka, Chair
  • Peter Notaro, Clerk
  • Shawn Moran, Member

Office Staff

  • Thomas Bonci, Health Agent
  • John McNally, Health Agent
  • Lorraine Caouette, Public Health Nurse
  • Alice Dziczek, Office Administrator
  • David Moran, Gas and Plumbing Inspector