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COVID-19

COVID-19 Statistics for the Town of Nahant: 

As of September 22, 2022: 105 residents tested-5 were positive. 

Nahant’s % rate is at its lowest now at 4.6%

AgeTotal Population% PopulationBoostered% BoosteredFirst doseSecond Dose
5-111665%N/A0106100
12-15983%3031%
16-191063%5754%
20-292759%11543%
30-4962119%31150%
50-6490028%55862%
65-7454317%45784%
75 +39012%29977%
TOTAL3234100%182756%
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COVID-19 Recent Updates
  • Town of Nahant Lifts Indoor Masking Mandate
    NAHANT – Town Administrator Antonio Barletta and the Town of Nahant announce that the Town’s indoor mask mandate has been lifted effective immediately. Town officials reached that decision based on a number of factors: a significant decrease in the rate of positive COVID-19 cases; increased rates of residents who are fully vaccinated and/or have received […]
  • Baker-Polito Administration Launches Tool for Residents to Access COVID-19 Digital Vaccine Card
    “My Vax Records” Provides New Option to Access Vaccine History and QR Code to Verify COVID-19 Vaccination BOSTON – The Baker-Polito Administration today announced a tool that gives residents a new way to access their COVID-19 digital vaccine card and vaccination history. The new tool, called My Vax Records, allows people who received their vaccination in […]
  • Breakthrough Case Review Finds 97% of COVID-19 Cases in Vaccinated Individuals Don’t Result in Severe Illness
    BOSTON (December 20, 2021) – Today the Massachusetts Department of Public Health released a review of breakthrough COVID-19 cases in vaccinated Massachusetts residents and found nearly 97% of all breakthrough cases in the Commonwealth have not resulted in hospitalization or death. Additionally, the review found unvaccinated residents are five times more likely to become infected than fully vaccinated […]
  • Omicron Variant Detected in Massachusetts
    Residents urged to get COVID-19 vaccine, booster Note: The following is a press release from Gov. Baker’s office: BOSTON — The Massachusetts Department of Public Health (DPH) today announced that genetic sequencing has identified the COVID-19 Omicron variant for the first time in a case in Massachusetts. The individual is a female in her 20s […]
  • Baker-Polito Administration Encourages COVID-19 Boosters for All Fully Vaccinated Individuals 18+
    BOSTON– Today the Baker-Polito Administration announced that effective immediately, all Massachusetts residents aged 18 and over are eligible to get a COVID-19 booster six months after receiving the second dose of the Pfizer or Moderna vaccines or two months since receiving a Johnson & Johnson single dose vaccine. Massachusetts residents can access booster doses from more than 1,000 […]
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