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The seven-day window the Pittsfield Board of Health granted Verizon Wireless to respond to a cease-and-desist order has expired. The board is set to discuss legal action against the telecommunications giant at its Wednesday meeting.
Health Department Director Andy Cambi used rarely uttered words to sum up his most recent coronavirus update for Pittsfield: good news.
In an eventful Board of Health meeting Wednesday, city officials discussed how the end of a state program might complicate the city's contact tracing efforts, as well as a change in response to Verizon Wireless over health issues residents have reported around a Verizon cell tower in the city.
Anyone entering any indoor public space now will have to wear a mask, after the Board of Health issued a directive Monday to do so.
As COVID-19 cases continue to rise in Berkshire County, Pittsfield has joined several South County municipalities in implementing masking directives. How is that different than a mandate? We break it down for you.
A new mask directive requiring masking in public indoor spaces across the city will go into effect next Monday, Nov. 8 following an unanimous vote by the Board of Health to intensify the city's masking policy.