COVID-19 Information

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Updated May 20, 2022 

Tips for Being Prepared: Protect Yourself from or Respond to a COVID-19 Infection

As we continue to live with COVID-19 the Town of Weston Board of Health wants to help all who live/work/learn/visit Weston to be prepared! We recommend:

  • Staying up to date with your vaccination and booster(s) against COVID-19 to prevent severe infection and hospitalization. Need a booster or vaccine? Call us or click here to schedule,
  • Having good masks on hand for use as needed and,
  • Keeping antigen rapid self-tests on hand at home if you are symptomatic or exposed to an infected close contact:
    • Use your health insurance to get kits from many major drugstore chains, or
    • Order free kits to be mailed to your home.

If you test positive for COVID-19 isolate

This applies to everyone, regardless of vaccination status. Stay home, away from others for 5-10 days. Wear a mask around others (at home, indoors, outdoors) for 10 days. Notify your close contacts. Seek treatment.  Read more here. Thank you for following the guidance and keeping Weston well!

How to access therapeutic treatments:

  • Call your doctor right away to learn about your treatment options if you are positive for COVID-19, OR
  • Call (508) 213-1380 to speak with a Gothams representative. If you're eligible for COVID-19 treatment, they can schedule an infusion appointment for you at one of their 7 sites in Massachusetts. Gothams COVID-19 Self-Referral Treatment Line is open Monday–Saturday from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
  • You may qualify for our in-home treatment program. Visit mass.gov/InHomeCovidTreatments to learn more about eligibility.
  • Telehealth is available for individuals 18 or older living in Massachusetts who are positive for COVID-19 and are experiencing symptoms. Learn more at mass.gov/in-home-covid-19-treatment-program. Telehealth is a quick and easy way to see if Paxlovid, a COVID-19 treatment pill taken, is right for you. If it is, we’ll arrange for pickup at your local pharmacy or free overnight delivery.

View a map of all locations offering antiviral pills and monoclonal antibody treatment. 

Much of the COVID-19 transmission that happens in Weston is within a household or via social spread when people leave isolation at home too soon. We know this is hard to navigate and can feel complicated and frustrating! Public Health Nurses are here to help! Call us for assistance or to talk through questions. 

Weston Public Health COVID-19 Response: (781) 786-5033, or email COVIDquestions@Westonma.gov

If you were exposed to someone with COVID-19 quarantine.

 For most people that means wearing a mask around others for 10 days. Learn exactly how to protect yourself, your loved ones, and your community here. Thank you for following the guidance and keeping Weston well!

For detailed general public isolation and quarantine guidance from the Massachusetts Department of Public Health click here. If you have reviewed this information and still have questions, please call us at (781) 786-5033 or send an email to COVIDquestions@WestonMA.gov.

  • Be sure to notify your close contacts if you test positive. Encourage them to visit this page to get guidance specific to them.
  • Some details relating to quarantine, isolation, and testing can depend on where you work, go to school or live. Be alert to location-specific policies, many of which can be found here, including information for Congregate Care.
    • Health Care Personnel click here and work with your employer on a return to work plan.
    • For Licensed Childcare [Child Care/Daycare] guidance click here. Please also contact your child’s program director for next steps. Testing for Child Care information can be found here. Many preschool programs in Weston have implemented robust testing programs, and we are grateful for their partnership.
    • For Higher Education guidance click here or contact your college/university health center.

For K-12 Public School COVID-19 Health and Safety Information including case reports by district click here. Notify your school nurse if your child, or someone at home, has tested positive. Your school can provide rapid tests for you to use at home! The Massachusetts Department of Education allows kids back to public schools after 5 days in isolation at home. Strict masking for a total of 10 days when around others (in public and at home) is VITALLY important to preventing spread of COVID-19 after someone has tested positive. 30% of people are still infectious after just 5 days at home, and masks (well-fitting and worn correctly) can stop spread. You can also choose to test your child with a home-antigen test before they return to school and keep them home while they are still positive. After testing positive consider your child on a school-pass if they return after 5 days at home: Meaning if they can go to school, masked, but should refrain from social/sports/other activities unless they are remaining masked and have tested negative on or around day 6 with a home antigen test.

Additional COVID-19 Resources:

Hosting or attending an event? Click here for guidance.

Need resources for mental and physical wellness? Find more information here.

For help with food or housing security, or if you are experiencing domestic violence please click here or call your public health nurse at (781) 786-5033.

Experiencing post-acute sequelae of SARS-CoV-2 infection (PASC), also called Long COVID? Find more information here.

Traveling? Learn more about how to do this safely in this complex time.

All COVID-19 Information

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