Public Health Department
NEW CLINTON BOARD OF HEALTH REGULATION: FACEMASKS
For the General Public:
Effective September 22, 2020, every individual working in a food establishment is required to wear a protective face covering at all times. Individuals with medical conditions prohibiting face covering usage must wear face shields.
It is important to reinforce the need for a protective layer that limits the possibility of spreading the corona virus as a cloth face covering does - while ensuring people with medical limitations are protecting those around them from COVID-19 without jeopardizing their own wellness.
Violations of this Regulation may be subject to a $300.00 fine.
COVID-19 HOTLINE 844-968-3323
(sponsored by the Clinton Board of Health and the Montachusett Public Health Network)
NOTICE TO ALL CLINTON RESIDENTS as of June 15, 2020
As of June 15, 2020 the Town Hall is open. Face masks, social distancing and capacity restrictions must be observed.
All other Town buildings are open with face masks, social distancing and capacity restrictions.
CLINTON BOARD OF HEALTH PROVIDES UPDATED INFORMATION REGARDING CORONA VIRUS COVID-19.
As of September 25, 2020:
Confirmed Cases - 307
Currently under Quarantine - 7
Completed Quarantine - 300
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 6 am to 9 am and 6 am to 7 am on other days. 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 am - every day for seniors and our at risk neighbors.
- Stephen Lipka, Chair
- Peter Notaro, Clerk
- Shawn Moran, Member
- Thomas Bonci, Health Agent
- John McNally, Health Agent
- Lorraine Caouette, Public Health Nurse
- Alice Dziczek, Office Administrator
- David Moran, Gas Inspector
- Ken Poulin, Plumbing Inspector