Covid-19 Information

Northampton Weekly COVID-19 Dashboard

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Questions about the COVID-19 Dashboard? Email vfranklin@northamptonma.gov

Note about COVID-19 Variants: The data presented in the weekly COVID-19 dashboard does not distinguish between cases caused by different variants of COVID-19 and the original wild type virus. For more information about general proportions of variants of SARS-CoV-2 in the United States, click here.

Note about current COVID-19 case data: The presented data is most likely an undercount of cases in the community. This is due to inadequate testing access, lack of reporting of home self-tests, and the presence of asymptomatic cases. However, the presented data still allows for analysis of overall trends in transmission of the virus. We already know that transmission is high and overall trends are more valuable than a count of each individual case in the community.


More Resources

For more comprehensive information about COVID-19 at the national and global level:

Questions About COVID-19 in Northampton?

  • Contact the Health Department for questions about local regulations, orders, and advisories.
  • Contact the Public Health Nurse for questions about isolation, quarantine, and contact tracing.

COVID-19 Cases

COVID-19 Trend Areas

Live interactive map, found here

COVID-19 Vaccination

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Infection and Exposure Resources

Testing Site Locator

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COVID-19 Symptoms 

If you are experiencing symptoms of illness, it is important that you stay home, seek testing, and contact your primary care provider if your symptoms are significant.

Unsure if your symptoms are consistent with COVID-19? Symptoms can be very mild to very severe, and can vary from person to person. If you are experiencing any new symptoms of illness, it is best practice to stay home and get tested.

Did you test positive for COVID-19 or have you been exposed to COVID-19?

Information about isolation and quarantine requirements in Massachusetts

MassNotify: Exposure Notification App

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All Northampton COVID-19 Orders/Press Releases

Last Updated: Thursday 12/30/2021