May 26th-COVID-19-Update

POSTED ON: MAY 26, 2020 - 7:05PM
TURNER FREE LIBRARY CURBSIDE PICKUP: Turner Free Library patrons can begin placing holds on items starting TUESDAY, May 26th.  You can start to pick-up items starting May 28th!  Call for more info:  781-961-0932 &

All procedures have been carefully evaluated and the library has worked with the Randolph Public Health Department to ensure the safety of staff and residents. Patrons must wait in their car in the parking lot (or along the sidewalk at a distance) until a space at the walk-up counter opens up.
Patrons must wear a face covering and follow all instructions & posted signage indicating physical distancing.
Thank you for your patience as we slowly and safely re-open Randolph collections to our wonderful community! We will also be offering remote printing for emergency documents at the front door (i.e. you can send a document from your device outside to our printer inside)- instructions will be posted at the door! Returned items are still being accepted via our book drop box only. Returned items are being quarantined and we will not accept them at the pickup windows.
ACTIVE COVID-19 CASE UPDATE:  As of May 26, 2020, MDPH has reported 93,693 confirmed cases of Covid-19 in Massachusetts up from 93,271 confirmed cases yesterday. There are 7,863 confirmed cases in Norfolk County up from 7,844 cases.  New Cases Today: 5. Total Active Cases: 396. Total Recovered: 402. Total Deaths: 50 (The MDPH reporting system has added eight Covid related deaths to our total.  These deaths have occurred over the past six weeks.  Five deaths related to Care One: 83 y/o Male on 4/10, 83 y/o Male on 4/13, 73 y/o Male on 4/17, 59 y/o Male on 4/18, & 82 y/o Female on 5/8.  Three community based deaths:  80 y/o Male on 5/10, 65 y/o Male on 5/12, & 54 y/o Male on 5/11.

BID-MILTON & TOWN OF RANDOLPH COVID-19 DRIVE-THRU TESTING SITE:  The testing site, located at 32 South Main Street (across from the Town Hall) in Randolph, is open for town residents on weekdays by appointment only.  The drive-in testing location will be open Monday through Friday from 10 am until 4 pm and welcomes all Randolph residents, regardless of health insurance or immigration status.

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.