The Boston Globe reports:
Facing a surge of new COVID-19 cases since the July Fourth holiday weekend, Provincetown officials plan to hold an emergency meeting late Sunday afternoon to discuss actions needed to contain the disease’s spread.
Provincetown officials imposed an indoor-mask wearing advisory early last week after reporting what health officials are calling a cluster, which has grown to include 430 cases as of Friday, including some caused by the more-infectious Delta variant, according to the state’s Department of Public Health.
The meeting is set to begin at 5 p.m. at Provincetown’s Town Hall, but people will also be able to view the session remotely, according to an agenda posted to the town website.
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