8-18-21 Masks must be worn indoors in all public buildings. All Municipal buildings will be open as of June 16, 2021 for public access.
The new messaging tool called "AlertsMA" will allow residents to subscribe to real-time notifications by
texting the keyword COVIDMA to 888-777. After signing up, state and public health officials can send
short messages and links to information directly to a resident's cell phone or other mobile device.
The Commonwealth's Executive Office of Technology Services and Security partnered with Everbridge, a
Mass-based company, whose platform powers AlertsMA, to bring the notification service online during the COVID-19 response.
*485-Total Confirmed Cases who are/were under Isolation Orders for the Town of Granby-updated as of September 21, 2021--08:21 AM *(= total since March 17, 2020)
1-New cases reported on September 21, 2021
AlertsMA for Residents is a tool the Commonwealth of Massachusetts is using to communicate with residents about COVID-19 and other important community information. You can choose how you want to be notified - by phone call, text, email or mobile app in your preferred language. https://member.everbridge.net/index/406686158291020/#/signup
*To qualify as a Lower Risk Community, a community must not have been a “red” community in any of the last three weekly DPH reports. Once a community has advanced to step 2 as a Lower Risk Community, they will cease to be a Lower Risk Community (and must return to step 1) if at any point the community is shown as “red” for three consecutive weekly reports (so a single week as “red” will not return them to step 1). Determinations about which communities may move ahead to step 2 on October 5 will be made based on the data in the weekly DPH reports released September 16th, 23rd, and 30th.
Te Massachusetts Department of Public Health (MA-DPH) is trying to hear from communities so that it can better help people through the COVID-19 crisis. By taking this survey, you can help find new solutions to community problems, and give MA-DPH the information they need to take action and support the communities that need it most. MA-DPH is committed to sharing information back in ways that will help us all take collective action.
We believe this effort will help us better understand the impact of COVID-19 on our communities, and would encourage anyone who is 14 years old or older to participate using this link:[ http://www.mass.gov/COVIDsurvey ]www.mass.gov/COVIDsurvey