Town of Milton Health Department Coronavirus Update: 158 positive cases of COVD-19

Town of Milton Health Department Coronavirus Update: 100 positive cases as of April 26
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Town of Milton Health Department Coronavirus Update

As of April 26, 2020, Milton has 158 positive cases of COVID-19.

ADVISORY:

All members of the public entering a food establishment for the purpose of picking up food for take-out are advised to wear a face-covering over their nose and mouth. All food employees are advised to wear a face-covering upon entering the establishment.

Date Number of positive COVID Cases
4/26/20 158
4/25/20 150
4/24/20 134
4/23/20 131
4/21/20 121
4/20/20 118
4/19/20 115
4/18/20 110
4/17/20 105
4/16/20 102
4/15/20 100
4/14/20 98
4/13/20 95
4/11/20 82
4/10/20 72
4/9/20 68
4/8/20 64
4/7/20 56
4/6/20 52
4/5/20 48
4/4/20 46
4/3/20 39
4/2/20 38
4/1/20 36
3/31/20 33
3/30/20 30
3/29/20 28
3/28/20 20
3/27/20 17

Most common symptoms:

  • Fever
  • Cough
  • Sore Throat
  • Shortness of Breath
  • Chills
  • Aches
  • Fatigue
  • Diarrhea
  • Vomiting
  • Loss of taste or smell

View the April 21 announcement from the Milton Board of Health:

Progression of Positive Cases in Milton: Reduce exposure to COVID-19 by limiting your exposure to gatherings over 10 people per Governor Baker’s Order.Please follow proper quarantine and isolation guidelines to help slow the spread of transmission.Residents are being contacted by the Health Department and asked to isolate themselves at home

  • Please continue to practice social distancing of 6 feet.
  • If you are sick, with influenza-like symptoms, stay at home. If you have fever and or lower respiratory symptoms, call your primary care doctor
    (PCP). If you don’t have a PCP call the Massachusetts Department of Public Health at 617-983-6800, or call 2-1-1 or visit https://mass211.org/ for more information.

View the Stay at Home advisory from the Milton Select Board:

April 17 Stay at Home Advisory

Milton Community Food Pantry suspending all food donations:

The Milton Community Food Pantry is currently suspending all food donations from residents to the pantry due to the possible transfer of COVID-19. Monetary donations are welcome and checks can be made payable to Milton Community Food Pantry at 158 Blue Hills Parkway Milton, MA 02186

Currently, local food pantries are not looking for any more volunteers as they are practicing proper social distancing protocol. Thank you, and any small monetary donation can make a huge impact!

Food Pantry donation information:

Milton Food Pantry: http://miltonfoodpantry.org/

Concord Baptist Church: https://cbcboston.org/index.php/online-donations 

Interfaith Social Services: https://interfaithsocialservices.org/

Resources:

For Mental Health Resources, please call the Interface Helpline 1-888-244-6843

Samaritans Suicide Hotline, for guidance and support (24/7) 1-877-870-4673

Domestic Violence: DOVE hotline (24/7), for trained counselors 617-471-1234

If any Milton resident is facing financial hardship, contact Noreen Dolan at 617-696-1214 or at [email protected]

How to help:

 

 

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