Coronavirus (Covid-19)

Lincoln COVID19
 Week Ending  # of New Cases  Total
March 21, 2020 5 5
March 28, 2020 1 6
April 4, 2020 3 9
April 12, 2020 6 15
April 18, 2020 6 21
April 25, 2020 4 25
April 29, 2020 0 25
May 6, 2020 4 29
May 13, 2020 1 30
May 20, 2020 2 32
May 27, 2020  2 34
June 3, 2020 2 36
June 10, 2020 2 38
June 17, 2020 0 38
June 24, 2020 0 38
July 1, 2020 2 40

Total number of cases includes 7 deaths

Current Updates

June 15, 2020-Get tested for COVID-19: June 17th and June 18th Click here*.  The Commonwelath is urging anyone who has attended a large gathering in the past two weeks to get tested for COVID-19.  This testing will be provided at no cost to you.
June 1, 2020-COVID-19 Testing Sites Click Here*
May 18, 2020-Reopening Planning Process Click Here*
May 18, 2020-Update Resources For Lincoln Residents During the Coronavirus Pandemic Click Here*
May 13, 2020-Positive COVID-19 antibody test could require isolation, public health nurse warns Click Here*
May 13, 2020-COVID-19 rates still climbing in area towns Click Here*
*Please note these links will work only 3 times per month for anyone who is not a paid subscriber



Previous Updates

May 5, 2020-Commonwealth of Massachusetts Face Covering Order Click Here
May 1, 2020-Directions on how to make your own face mask Click Here
April 16, 2020-Town of Lincoln Business and Non-Profit Resources Click Here
April 7, 2020-The Commons: Letter to Families Click Here
March 27, 2020
-How your Public Health Nurse Responds to COVID19 Cases, Click Here
March 31, 2020-MA COVID19 Testing Sites 

Click Here

March 23, 2020
-Governor Baker's Closure Order

Click here for Signed Essential Services and Revised Gatherings Order
Click here for Exhibit A Essential Services

March 23, 2020-Beware of Scammers Taking Advantage of the Coronavirus Public Health Emergency Click Here*

March 23, 2020-Lincoln COVID19 Announcement Click Here*
March 23, 2020-,6:30 PM.-  Virtual Meeting Pursuant to Governor Baker's March 12, 2020 Order Suspending Certain Provisions of Open Meeting Law.  Click here* to view the agenda.
March 19, 2020-In the ongoing efforts to help prevent the spread of COVID-19, Lincoln’s playgrounds and play structures will be closed until further notice. Athletic fields are closed to group gatherings and sporting activities/events. Town parks will remain open and residents are encouraged to continue using public, open spaces while practicing the CDC guidelines for social distancing and hygiene.
March 19, 2020-Resources for Volunteer Organizations During the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency Click Here*
March 17, 2020-Transfer Station Hours Expanded Click Here*
March 16, 2020-Town Health Emergency Planning Update Click Here*
March 16, 2020-Lincoln Coronavirus Update Click Here*
March 16, 2020-Town Services Update Click Here*
March 16, 2020-You can call 211 for 24/7 guidance on COVID 19: Prevention, Symptoms, Info on Testing and Guidance related to travel.
March 13, 2020-Lincoln Public Health Planning Update Click Here
March 10, 2020-Letter to Lincoln Residents from Trish McGean, Public Health Nurse Click Here
March 10, 2020-L/S Pandemic Planning Click Here