Updates on COVID-19

The City of Cambridge is dedicated to the safety and protection of its community during these uncertain times. To that end, City officials are educating the public about Massachusetts’s ban on gatherings of 25 people or more including all community, civic, public, leisure and faith-based events. The ban includes concerts, conventions, fitness centers, gyms, private clubs, cinemas, theaters and sports games with spectators. City officials are also enforcing and notifying businesses of Governor Baker’s statewide declaration that all bars and restaurants in Massachusetts will be shut down for on-premise consumption starting Tuesday, March 17 through Monday, April 6. During that time, these establishments can continue to offer food for takeout or delivery. Retail stores can stay open as long as 25 people or fewer are present in them.

For a full listing of measures Cambridge is implementing to contain the spread of COVID-19 in our city and beyond, please visit the City of Cambridge website. And for regular updates on the actions being taken during the State of Emergency in Massachusetts, visit the state’s site

Stay safe, and together we will get through this.


Burger from ArtBar, credit: Brian Samuels

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