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North Adams will follow Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidelines on masking, the Board of Health said.
Effective immediately, the city's masking policies will follow the Massachusetts Department of Public Health advisory from Feb. 15 that says that fully vaccinated people only need to wear a mask if they or a member of their household are at risk or have a weakened immune system or if someone in their household is unvaccinated.
Superintendent Joseph Curtis will announce Friday afternoon whether students and staff in Pittsfield Public Schools will continue to be required to mask after the February break.
With COVID-19 again on the march, pressure is building for the governor to revisit the idea of requiring masks in all indoor public settings, regardless of vaccination status, as the holidays and colder weather push people inside and bring friends and families together for shopping, dinners, parties and other festivities.
Two days after the first case of the new Omicron COVID-19 variant was officially confirmed in Massachusetts, the head of the state's largest h…
With the approach of Thanksgiving, how do hosts and guests minimize risk at Thanksgiving feasts as COVID cases remain high in Berkshire County?
With cases rising and still high in much of Berkshire County, the regional health agency is maintaining the spirit of its directive for indoor masking in public spaces, but will clarify how the recommendations apply to weddings and other celebrations.
During an intense Select Board discussion, one member described vaccination requirements as “morally corrupt,” though he supported getting shots as long as it’s a personal choice.
Superintendent Joe Curtis told the School Committee on Wednesday night that he would be enacting a mask mandate, social distancing requirements and rules for school sporting events in order to reduce the spread of coronavirus in the district.
Stockbridge Board of Health President Dr. Charles Kenny suggests that a policy recommending indoor masking, approved by all three towns, including Lenox and Lee, would carry more weight.