Health Department Reminder for Labor Day About Limits on Gatherings Due to COVID-19

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The Watertown Health Department sent out the following announcement about Labor Day Gatherings and COVID-19:

As we are approaching the long weekend the Watertown Health Department would like to remind you of the guidance from the state regarding social gatherings and the importance of social distancing. For all gatherings there can only be eight people per 1,000 square feet with a maximum of25 people indoorsand50 people outdoors.

Please remember to wash your hands often, wear face coverings, and maintain social distancing at all times.

We are working together to stop the spread of COVID-19. Please remember that these guidelines are in place to protect each of us and our community. We are in this together, Watertown!

If you have any concerns, fill out the State COVID-19 Concern Form at:https://www.mass.gov/forms/covid-safe-practices-concern-form. Or contact the Watertown Health Department at: 617-972-6446 or email athealth@watertown-ma.gov.

2 thoughts on “Health Department Reminder for Labor Day About Limits on Gatherings Due to COVID-19

  1. As a mother I would like to know if all students under the age of 30 still have to get a flu shot per order of Gov. Baker?

    I don’t understand why the order applies only to people under 30 when people over 30 are probably at a higher risk of complications.

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