Information on Coronavirus
As Covid-19 case rates increase in the country and the Commonwealth, we are seeing a similar increase in Andover. It is the Town’s intent to provide appropriate information to our residents and businesses so that you can make informed decisions in caring for yourselves.
For July 2021 Data, click here.
For August 27, 2021 Data, click here.
For September 3, 2021, click here.
For September 10, 2021, click here.
For September 17, 2021, click here.
For September 24, 2021, click here.
For October 1, 2021, click here.
For October 8, 2021, click here.
For October 14, 2021, click here.
For October 22, 2021, click here.
For October 29, 2021, click here.
For November 5, 2021, click here.
For November 12, 2021, click here.
For November 19, 2021, click here.
For November 26, 2021, click here.
For December 3, 2021, click here.
Starting on Friday, August 6th, and weekly going forward, we plan to post data for a 7 day period (the previous Thursday through Wednesday), to give the most up-to-date trends as possible. This data will not match the state’s weekly community report because that report uses different time frames. We will adjust the information as needed to tell the story appropriately.
As of August 2, 2021, Andover is not considered a community where extensive community spread is occurring.
Community level data for the Commonwealth is available here.
Getting Tested for Coronavirus
Free asymptomatic testing is available for all Massachusetts residents as part of the Stop the Spread initiative.
Testing is available is Lawrence in partnership with Lawrence General Hospital, daily 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM. Testing is at 70 General Street.
Coronavirus Prevention Tips
According to the Massachusetts Department of Public Health and Centers for Disease Control, symptoms of 2019 novel coronavirus (COVID-19) include fever and respiratory illness, such as coughing and difficulty breathing. Symptoms of the virus are similar to those of seasonal flu.
To prevent the spread of Covid-19:
- Wash hands frequently, with soap and water, for a minimum of 20 seconds.
- Use alcohol-based hand sanitizing gels and liquids if soap and water are not readily available.
- Do not touch your eyes, nose and mouth with unwashed hands.
- Try to avoid close contact with anyone who is sick.
- When sick yourself, stay home to protect others.
- Always cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue, and then throw the tissue in the trash.
- Clean and disinfect areas and objects that are touched frequently, such as desks, phones, door handles, etc.