Town of Randolph residents are encouraged to contact the testing site if they have one of more of the following symptoms: a fever of 100.4 or higher, cough, nausea, vomiting, sore throat, shortness of breath, unusual fatigue, chills, body aches, diarrhea, abdominal pain and/or loss of smell or taste.
Patients with the symptoms listed above should call (781) 607-4355 to make an appointment.
Services will be available in English, Haitian Creole and Vietnamese. Patients arriving by car who have an appointment must stay in their car. If they do not have a mask or face covering, a mask will be provided to wear for the full duration of the test.
ACTIVE COVID-19 CASE UPDATE: As of May 21, 2020, MDPH has reported 90,084 confirmed cases of Covid-19 in Massachusetts up from 88,970 confirmed cases yesterday. There are 7,691 confirmed cases in Norfolk County up from 7,607 cases. New Cases Today: 11. Total Active Cases: 424. Total Recovered: 349. Total Deaths: 42.
On May 18: Essential business • Manufacturing • Construction and Houses of Worship
Guidelines for Manufacturing & Construction
On May 18: Guidelines for Houses of Worship
On May 25: Lab space • Office space • Limited Personal Services – Hair – Pet grooming – Car washes • Retail – Remote fulfillment – Curbside pick-up
On May 25: Recreation and outdoor can open with guidelines: • Beaches • Parks • Drive-in theaters • Some athletic fields and courts • Many outdoor adventure activities • Most fishing, hunting, and boating • Outdoor gardens, zoos, reserves and public installations
Each phase will last a minimum of three weeks and could last longer before moving to the next phase
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Reopening Massachusetts - guidelines, protocols and best practices:
FACE COVERING OR MASK MUST BE WORN IN STORES: Governor Baker has made face coverings required state-wide. Any person entering any business in Randolph, such as a grocery store, pharmacy, take-out food, hardware store and the like must wear a cloth face covering, such as a fabric mask, scarf or bandana, over their nose and mouth. Please save medical masks for health care use and first responders.
TURNER FREE LIBRARY: Don't forget during these difficult times it is important to remain connected to educational, recreational, and informational resources. To get your free digital library card or check out the vast resources available to any Randolph resident, please visit www.turnerfreelibrary.org