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Weston Board of Health Offering Two Vaccination Clinics

The following information has been provided by the Town of Weston, and can be found in full on the website. Please read all available information and register for an appointment as show below. COVID-19 Vaccine for Individuals Ages 5 and Up (Pfizer-BioNTech Vaccination) The Town of Weston Board of Health is working with Transformative Health Solutions through the Massachusetts Department

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Board of Health Meeting Contentious Over HS Mask Mandate

The Weston Board of Health held its regular monthly meeting this morning at 10 am, probably aware that its agenda item of Indoor Mask Order/Mandate for schools: K-12, Public and Private would bring some ummmm… discussion. And it did not disappoint. Before they could get through to the main part of the agenda, it was time for resident comments. Three

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Few Hotspots on Commission Agendas This Week

Happy first week of November, Weston. Rabbit, rabbit. Or, as seems so prevalent these days: wild turkey, wild turkey, wild turkey etc until you’ve been idling for fully 10 minutes waiting for these exceptionally pin-headed birds to make up their mind on north vs south across the roadway. Semi-rural struggles are real, folks. In between stowing away your skeletons in

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Indoor Mask Mandates Begin in Lexington and Lincoln; Waltham and Wellesley Delay

As of this morning, (12:01 am, Wednesday August 18), face coverings are required for all individuals aged two and above in all indoor public spaces in Lexington. The town of Lincoln also announced an indoor mask mandate on Monday, August 16 with effective date of Friday, August 20 at 12:01 am. You can see the full text of the Lincoln

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Board of Health Reports Covid Case Numbers are Up in Weston

An emailed communication from Weston’s Board of Health this morning shows that Weston’s average daily incidence rate of Covid is up, week over week, as of March 23, 2021. Residents are urged to re-double efforts at physical distancing, masked gatherings and overall keeping safe. The reminder from the town is that this pandemic is not over, even though there is

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