Mayor Spicer's COVID-19 Updates

COVID-19 Updates from Mayor Spicer

Community hour - COVID-19 in Framingham, 10/20/20



Community hour - surviving and thriving, one Framingham business at a time, 9/29/20


Community hour - Framingham’s Older Adults Amid COVID-19 - The Past Three+ months and the Future, 7/21/20




Community hour - focused on reopening & recovery, phase II step II, 6/23/20


community hour - focused on Reopening & Recovery, 6/2/20

Community hour - education in framingham amid the pandemic, 5/26/20


COMMUNITY HOUR  - Laying the foundation for reopening the city, 5/20/20

Community Hour to answer questions about Framingham Businesses Amid the Pandemic, 5/12/20

Zoom Community Hour to Discuss covid-19 & Mental Health with Mayor Spicer and local experts from 5-6 p.m., 5/5/20


Virtual community hour with Mayor Spicer and Health Director dr. Wong, 4/21/20



MAYOR’S UPDATE, 4/10/20

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MAYOR’S COVID-19 UPDATE, 4/6/20 

 

MAYOR’S COVID-19 UPDATE - SAFETY, SECURITY, AND SERVICES, 4/1/20


MAyor’s COVID-19 Update - FACEBOOK LIVE, 3/24/20



MAYOR’S COVID-19 UPDATE, 3/23/20


Mayor’s COVID-19 Update, 3/20/20


Food access for Framingham’s vulnerable population Reminder, 3/17/20

Please watch Mayor Yvonne M. Spicer and Alexandra M. DePalo, the Assistant Director for the Health Department, discussing the food security plan and how it is going to operate in Framingham. 

Policy on COVID-19 - Effective March 16, 2020

Mayor Yvonne M. Spicer and Dr. Wong, Director of the Framingham Board of Health, released a video about COVID-19 in Framingham, social distancing, and closing the Memorial Building to the public. Watch here: