For information related to COVID-19, please select each tab below. Also, please feel free to call the Natick Health Dept. at 508-647-6460 with any questions.
- Face Covering Information
- COVID-19 Vaccine Info
- COVID-19 Booster Shot
- COVID-19 Testing Info
- COVID-19 Data
- COVID-19 Isolation & Quarantine
- COVID-19 Travel Information
- State Updates
- Natick Public Schools
- Holiday Tips
Effective Monday, January 17, 2022, through February 28, 2022, face coverings or masks will be required for all individuals aged two years and above in all indoor public spaces, houses of worship, private spaces open to the public, or where individuals from different households can gather, except where an individual is unable to wear a face covering due to a medical condition or disability. For more information on the new mask mandate click here.
We have answers to some of the common questions around the Town of Natick's new mask mandate, click here.
People age 5 and older who live, work/or study in Massachusetts.
No insurance is needed to receive the vaccine.
FIND A LOCATION
Some pharmacies offer vaccine and use their own Websites.
INDIVIDUALS WITHOUT INTERNET
Call 211 or 877-211-6277, supports multiple languages.
LOOKING FOR A COPY OF YOUR COVID-19 VACCINATION RECORD?
You can now access your COVID-19 vaccine record online! Learn more about how to download your vaccine records at: http://www.myvaxrecords.mass.gov/
For information regarding COVID-19 Booster shots,
please review the information below.
The Booster shot is available at some retail pharmacies and some health care providers. See below for eligibility.
For COVID-19 Booster Frequently Asked Questions: CLICK HERE
To find a location for a Booster shot: CLICK HERE
For the In-Home Vaccination Program, a representative will register you with the Department of Public Health (DPH) which will handle the scheduling and administration of in-home vaccination. When you are registered with DPH, you will generally be called within five business days to schedule your appointment. For more information CLICK HERE.
The Biden Administration has made free at-home COVID-19 rapid tests available to all residents through a new web-based ordering platform. Each household is entitled to 4 testing kits through this program. These rapid antigen at-home tests can be ordered from the U.S. Post Office at COVID Home Tests | USPS.
- Live or work in a congregate setting.
- Are experiencing symptoms.
- Have recently been in contact with someone with COVID-19.
- Have been recommended for testing.
Please visit the Pixel by LabCorp for Massachusetts webpage for details, and to request a test kit.
Here's a list of Local COVID-19 test sites:
METROWEST PHARMACY DRIVE THRU
LOCATION: 214 Union St.
AFC URGENT CARE NATICK:
LOCATION: 945 Worcester St. Natick
NATICK URGENT CARE:
LOCATION: 4 Mercer Rd. Natick
MASS GENERAL BRIGHAM URGENT CARE NATICK:
LOCATION: 219 North Main St. Natick
CAREWELL URGENT CARE FRAMINGHAM
LOCATION: 50 Worcester Rd. #3 Framingham
Natick Vaccination Data as of January 20, 2022
(Source: State's Daily COVID-19 Vaccine Report. As of December 23rd, the State added Booster Doses Data ) LINK to larger version of Vaccination Chart >> CLICK HERE
These are new weekly school metrics that were adopted by the BOH at the 1/11/21 Board Meeting. The metrics are for the week ending 01/21/22
- Natick Current Rate: 219.3 - Lower
- State Current Rate: 278.9 - Higher
- Natick Current Rate: 15.8% - Lower
- State Current Rate: 20.61% - Higher
- Total cases in the Last 7 days: 304
- Natick Current Rate: 12.06%
- Natick Current Status: No confirmed school-based transmission
- Staff Absentee Rates: Ability to Staff Schools
- All School Absentee Rate: 7.4%
14-Day Case Count by Age Group
Total Confirmed COVID-19 Cases from 01/02/22 to 01/15/22: 1115
|UPDATED ISOLATION & QUARANTINE PERIOD FOR COVID-19 ILLNESS & EXPOSURE|
On December 28, 2021, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention shortened the recommended time for isolation for individuals with COVID-19. Therefore, the Massachusetts Department of Public Health updated the isolation and quarantine guidelines for COVID-19 illness and exposure.
|Information is subject to change. Please visit the State's website for more information: |
Do NOT travel if…
Travel Requirements have changed. Starting December 6, all air passengers, regardless of vaccination status, must show a negative COVID-19 test taken no more than 1 day before travel to the United States.
|For more Travel Requirements please visit the CDC website: |