ABC News reports:
Officials in Provincetown, Massachusetts, voted unanimously during an emergency town meeting Sunday night to reimplement the town’s indoor mask mandate, amidst rapidly rising COVID-19 infections and community spread
Since data was last updated last week, the cluster has grown to a cumulative total of at least 551 confirmed cases following a busy July Fourth weekend.
The new mandate will be upheld until Provincetown’s positivity rate falls below 3%, for five consecutive days, at which point it will shift to an advisory. When the town’s positivity rate dips to 1% or below, for five consecutive days, the advisory will end.
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“COVID, unfortunately, and I think it’s depressing for many of us, isn’t going away anytime soon, and I think what Provincetown is experiencing is what other places will be experiencing, earlier”https://t.co/3qRr7XURME
— Jeremy Hobson (@jeremyhobson) July 26, 2021