Most Recent Town Updates:
- May 22, 2020 - Phase 1: Re-opening Plans
- Town Beach remains closed through May 29. The Town is preparing the beach for Phase 1 reopening very soon.
- May 15, 2020 - Information for Voters and the Town Election, June 9
- May 8, 2020 - Updated FAQ for Order: Wear Mask and Face Coverings in Public
- Schools closed for the remainder of 2019-2020 academic year, Non-emergency childcare closed through June 29
- Public Ceremonies Committee cancels 2020 Memorial Day Parade and Ceremony (Info)
- Reminder to Complete the US Census
- Visit the Town's COVID-19 Page often for resources and information.
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- Like, Share and Follow the Town of Wayland's Facebook Page (New)
- Frequently Asked Questions from the CDC
- Mass.gov Updates and Information
Health Department Coronavirus Hotline: (508) 358-6805
For residents experiencing symptoms, concerns about exposure and seeking health information specific to COVID-19.
The Wayland Board of Health (BOH) continues to urge all residents and businesses to self-report any COVID-19 symptoms to the Town and your primary care physician.
Such reporting is critically important to assist with the Town’s case tracing and to maintain awareness of all COVID-19 cases in Wayland, whether residents or business employees. The Health Department strictly maintains patient confidentiality on this and all health matters.
All residents should evaluate their own health and determine if they are feeling mildly ill with a head cold, headache, “sniffles”, congestion, cough and/or experiencing any CDC identified symptoms of COVID-19, which include fever, cough, and shortness of breath. COVID-19’s symptoms mimic the seasonal flu or a bad cold. If you or anyone in your family has any symptoms of being ill, we advise you to stay quarantined at home and follow up with the Health Department and your primary care physician as needed.
For General Help & Town Information: (508) 358-7701
If you need help with basic life necessities such as obtaining food or medications, please call 508-358-7701. The Town will provide assistance.
Youth and Family Services provides help with emotional support or mental health services at 508-358- 4293.
For immediate mental health services, call Psychiatric Emergency Services, in Framingham, at (800) 640-5432
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