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East Longmeadow Covid-19 Cases: 1,610 confirmed cases, <5 in the last 14 days (Updated July 20, 2021)

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East Longmeadow Update 5/21/2021

We are thrilled to announce East Longmeadow is in the green for risk level for the first time since September 16, 2020! In the last 14 days, East Longmeadow has reported 20 new Covid-19 cases with a percent positivity of 1.85%. Thank you for all who are doing their part to make this a reality by masking, social distancing and getting vaccinated.

Multiple factors play into why Covid-19 cases are dropping, but we can attribute a lot of it thanks to residents getting vaccinated. It is our hope that as more East Longmeadow residents continue to get vaccinated, we'll see an even greater drop in Covid-19 cases. As of today, 28% of 16-19 year old's, 40% of 20-29 year old's, 44% of 30-49 year old's, 58% of 50-64 year old's, 75% of 65-74 year old's, and 65% of 75+ year old's are fully vaccinated against Covid-19. On average, about 45% of East Longmeadow residents are fully vaccinated and hope to follow the Nation's goal of reaching 70% by July 4th.

Vaccines are readily available throughout Massachusetts with over 975 vaccination locations and available to anyone 12 years and older! If you are still in need of a vaccine, you can find a vaccine site nearest to you by visiting, calling 2-1-1. If you have specific needs that make accessing a vaccine challenging for any reason or if you have questions you can call the Health Department at 413-525-5400 x 1103 and we'd be happy to help.

 Covid-19 Vaccine Information

On May 18, 2020, Governor Baker's administration published the reopening phases, which called for ending restrictions when vaccines became widely available. As of May 17, 2021, there are over 975 locations for Massachusetts residents to access vaccines without delay. 

People age 12 and older who live, work, or study in Massachusetts can get vaccinated against COVID-19. People ages 12-17 can only get the Pfizer vaccine. People age 18 and older can get any vaccine. The vaccine is safe and effective. You don't need an ID or insurance to get it.

Massachusetts Covid-19 Vaccine Information

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Massachusetts Covid-19 Vaccination Data and Updates

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CDC Interim Public Health Recommendations for Fully Vaccinated People 

Vaccine Information from the CDC 


I got my Covid-19 Vaccine because...

Had covid and dont want it again
because Im awesome and my mom loves me
I want to have fun this summer
I am dabomb
I want to be Safe
I like tacos
Keep me healthy and happy
My mom signed me up
Play basketball
Play Inside W Friends
Protect My Family
To go into stores without mask
Want to be free
We Care About You
I Am Model

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  • CURRENT STATE: Baker-Polito Administration to Lift COVID Restrictions May 29, State to Meet Vaccination Goal by Beginning of June - Commonwealth Will Adopt CDC Face Covering Guidance. (Released May 17, 2021) 
  • Governor Baker ended the State of Emergency June 15, 2021.  
  • Effective May 29: The Commonwealth’s face-covering order will be rescinded. The Department of Public Health will issue a new face-covering advisory consistent with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s updated guidance. Face coverings will still be mandatory for all individuals on public and private transportation systems (including rideshares, livery, taxi, ferries, MBTA, Commuter Rail and transportation stations), in healthcare facilities and in other settings hosting vulnerable populations, such as congregate care settings. View requirements at

Youth Sports & Camp Guidance 

  • Effective May 18, the youth and amateur sports guidance will be updated to no longer require face coverings for youth athletes 18 and under while playing outdoor sports. Effective May 29, all youth and amateur sports restrictions will be lifted. Link to youth sports guidance 
  • Effective May 18, guidance from the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education and the Department of Early Education and Care will be updated to no longer require masks for outdoor activities like recess and to allow for the sharing of objects in classrooms, in both K-12 and childcare settings. This guidance will remain in effect beyond May 29. The Administration will release updated guidance for summer camps, effective May 29, which will include no longer requiring masks for outdoor activities.
  • The Administration will release updated guidance for summer camps, effective May 29, which will include no longer requiring masks for outdoor activities.
  • Link to DESE guidance
  • Link to EEC guidance 

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