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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information

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The City of Fall River will be providing frequent updates to the community on coronavirus disease (COVID-19). The community’s safety and well-being is our highest priority. The City of Fall River’s Health and Human Services Division is closely monitoring and responding to this public health outbreak.  All residents should get vaccinated, continue to wear their masks, practice good hand hygiene, and stay home when you are sick.  Residents, regardless of their vaccination status, should get tested for COVID-19 if they are exposed to anyone who is COVID positive and/or if you develop any symptoms.  

What’s New:

COVID-19 Archives

05.13.21:

Fall River Covid-19 Updates – 14,030 confirmed cases

05.06.21:

Fall River Covid-19 Updates – 13,932 confirmed cases

04.29.21:

Fall River Covid-19 Updates – 13,800 confirmed cases

04.22.21:

Fall River Covid-19 Updates – 13,666 confirmed cases

04.15.21:

Fall River Covid-19 Updates – 13,521 confirmed cases

04.08.21:

Fall River Covid-19 Updates – 13,331 confirmed cases

04.01.21:

Fall River Covid-19 Updates – 13,122 confirmed cases