Hudson Health Department

Hudson Health Department Promoting and protecting the health and wellbeing of the residents of Town of Hudson, Massachusetts.

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🚨 A negative COVID-19 test today is NOT a guarantee that you won't be contagious on Thanksgiving. 🚨Once exposed to COVID...
11/25/2020

🚨 A negative COVID-19 test today is NOT a guarantee that you won't be contagious on Thanksgiving. 🚨

Once exposed to COVID-19, it can take up to 14 days for you to develop symptoms. During this time, it is important to stay home and self-monitor for any signs or symptoms of illness.

11/24/2020
Get Back Mass (:30 General)

#GetBackMass

Wear a mask. Keep your distance. Get tested.

What do YOU want to get back to?

mass.gov/GetBack

What do you want to get back to, Massachusetts? When we wear a mask, keep our distance, and get tested, we can #GetBackMass! www.mass.gov/GetBack

45 new cases. With Thanksgiving this week, we want to remind you to follow public health guidance. For information and c...
11/23/2020

45 new cases. With Thanksgiving this week, we want to remind you to follow public health guidance. For information and considerations, visit: www.mass.gov/Thanksgiving2020

Please wear a mask. Physical distance. Wash your hands. Stay home if you feel unwell. Get tested (and stay home until you get your results)! www.mass.gov/stopthespread

Read the full press release here:https://www.townofhudson.org/sites/g/files/vyhlif3281/f/news/hudson_board_of_health_11-23-2020_covid-19_update.pdf

For the most up-to-date information and for daily updates, please visit: www.hudsonhealthdept.org/coronavirus

Today is a day where we get to thank all of our public health colleagues for all their tireless work to keep our communi...
11/23/2020

Today is a day where we get to thank all of our public health colleagues for all their tireless work to keep our communities safe. COVID-19 underscores the need to strengthen our public health capacity and support our public health workforce. #PHTYD is a day to say thanks.

"Improving the public’s health is not an impossible quest, it requires a 24 hours-a-day, 7-days-a-week, commitment to safer, healthier, and stronger communities. It is about people who devote their knowledge, time and talent to health promotion, disease prevention and ensuring access to care. They do this with a goal of achieving health equity and the best possible health for all. To the public health workforce: thank you not only for what you do, but for the passion, empathy, and inclusiveness you bring to this effort, especially during the SARS-Cov-2 Pandemic.” said Georges Benjamin, MD, executive director of the American Public Health Association (APHA).

Volunteer opportunity!
11/23/2020

Volunteer opportunity!

Please plan your holidays carefully. Visit mass.gov/holidays for more information!
11/20/2020

Please plan your holidays carefully. Visit mass.gov/holidays for more information!

Be safe this Thanksgiving!
11/18/2020

Be safe this Thanksgiving!

52 cases in one week. Let's put that into perspective for you. The month of April, we had 85 cases total. May had 79 tot...
11/16/2020

52 cases in one week. Let's put that into perspective for you. The month of April, we had 85 cases total. May had 79 total.

We understand how difficult and tiring a pandemic can be. It's difficult and tiring for us too, but we keep fighting on. We need you to do the same.

PLEASE wear a mask. Physical distance. Wash your hands. Stay home if you feel unwell. Get tested (and stay home until you get your results)! www.mass.gov/stopthespread

Read the full press release here:https://www.townofhudson.org/sites/g/files/vyhlif3281/f/news/hudson_board_of_health_11-16-2020_covid-19_update.pdf

For the most up-to-date information and for daily updates, please visit: www.hudsonhealthdept.org/coronavirus

43 cases since Monday. The highest number of cases in a single week since the beginning of the pandemic. The worst part:...
11/13/2020

43 cases since Monday. The highest number of cases in a single week since the beginning of the pandemic. The worst part: the week is not over.

Our staff at the Hudson Health Department are trying SO hard to keep Hudson safe. We need you to do the same. Stop going to social gatherings, birthday parties, etc. If you get tested for COVID, stay home until you get your results. If you feel sick, stay home!

This pandemic is NOT over. We have to stop acting as if it is.

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Sao 43 casos desde Segunda-Feira. O maior numero de casos somente em 1 semana comparando com uma pandemia inteira. A pior parte: a semana ainda não acabou.

Os funcionários do Departamento de Saúde de Hudson estão fazendo o máximo para manter a segurança da cidade. Nos precisamos que você faca o mesmo. Pare de ir a aglomeracoes sociais, festas de aniversários, etc. Se fizer o teste para o COVID, fique em casa ate os resultados saírem. Se sentir algum sintoma, fique em casa!

A pandemia ainda NÃO acabou. Precisamos parar de agir como se tivesse acabado.

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43 casos desde el lunes. El mayor número de casos en una sola semana para toda la pandemia. Lo peor: la semana no ha terminado.

Nuestro personal del Departamento de Salud de Hudson están tratando TAN duro para mantener la seguridad de Hudson. Necesitamos que hagas lo mismo. Deje de ir a reuniones sociales, fiestas de cumpleaños, etc. Si te haces la prueba de COVID, quédese en casa hasta que obtenga los resultados. Si te haces la prueba de COVID, quédate en casa hasta que obtenga los resultados. ¡Si te sientes enfermo, quédate en casa!

Esta pandemia NO ha terminado. Tenemos que dejar de actuar como si lo fuera.

11/13/2020
The most important thing to do after getting tested for COVID-19 while you wait for the results is to STAY HOME and away...
11/13/2020

The most important thing to do after getting tested for COVID-19 while you wait for the results is to STAY HOME and away from others. Staying home while you wait for the results will minimize the amount of people you expose if you are positive.

Please stay home and away from others while you wait for your COVID-19 test result. It will make our jobs easier, and keep the community safer!

#InThisTogether

This Thanksgiving will certainly be tough, but it's safer at home!
11/11/2020

This Thanksgiving will certainly be tough, but it's safer at home!

17 additional cases this week. Wear a mask. Physical distance. Wash your hands. Stay home if you feel unwell. Get tested...
11/09/2020

17 additional cases this week.

Wear a mask. Physical distance. Wash your hands. Stay home if you feel unwell. Get tested! www.mass.gov/stopthespread

Read the full press release here:https://www.townofhudson.org/sites/g/files/vyhlif3281/f/news/hudson_board_of_health_11-9-2020_covid-19_update.pdf

For the most up-to-date information and for daily updates, please visit: www.hudsonhealthdept.org/coronavirus

There’s still a few slots left for the Hudson Senior Center Flu Clinic. This is a high-dose clinic for Hudson residents ...
11/08/2020

There’s still a few slots left for the Hudson Senior Center Flu Clinic. This is a high-dose clinic for Hudson residents over 65!

We are partnering with the Hudson Senior Center and AFC Urgent Care to offer a targeted clinic on November 10th from 11am-1pm.

You must register in advance (link below)! If you need help to register, please call the Hudson Senior Center at (978) 568-9638.

https://www.signupgenius.com/go/5080944a5a923aafa7-fluclinic95

As you start making your holiday plans, consider making them safer with these tips!🦃🌽🥧
11/05/2020

As you start making your holiday plans, consider making them safer with these tips!

🦃🌽🥧

We need volunteers! Are you interested in addressing food insecurity in the Town of Hudson? Well, this is a great opport...
11/04/2020

We need volunteers!

Are you interested in addressing food insecurity in the Town of Hudson? Well, this is a great opportunity to help out your fellow Hudson residents.

Are you a Hudson resident over the age of 65 looking for a high-dose flu shot? Well, you're in luck! We are partnering w...
11/03/2020

Are you a Hudson resident over the age of 65 looking for a high-dose flu shot? Well, you're in luck!

We are partnering with the Hudson Senior Center and AFC Urgent Care to offer a targeted clinic on November 10th from 11am-1pm.

You must register in advance (link below)! If you need help to register, please call the Hudson Senior Center at (978) 568-9638.

https://www.signupgenius.com/go/5080944a5a923aafa7-fluclinic95

IMPORTANT: Today, the Baker-Polito Administration announced a series of targeted measures to disrupt the increasing tren...
11/02/2020

IMPORTANT: Today, the Baker-Polito Administration announced a series of targeted measures to disrupt the increasing trend of new COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations. All orders and advisories will be effective Friday, November 6th at 12:01 AM.

Click here to read the revised Stay At Home Advisory: www.mass.gov/stayhome.

Click here to read the new executive order (including full list of businesses required to close at 9:30 PM): https://www.mass.gov/doc/covid-19-order-53/download

Click here to read the revised face-coverings order: https://www.mass.gov/doc/covid-19-order-55/download

Click here to read the revised gatherings order: https://www.mass.gov/doc/covid-19-order-54/download

26 additional cases this week. Wear a mask. Physical distance. Wash your hands. Stay home if you feel unwell. Read the f...
11/02/2020

26 additional cases this week.

Wear a mask. Physical distance. Wash your hands. Stay home if you feel unwell.

Read the full press release here:https://www.townofhudson.org/sites/g/files/vyhlif3281/f/news/hudson_board_of_health_11-2-2020_covid-19_update.pdf

For the most up-to-date information and for daily updates, please visit: www.hudsonhealthdept.org/coronavirus

Starting to think about your Thanksgiving plans? Here are a few things to keep in mind!
11/02/2020

Starting to think about your Thanksgiving plans? Here are a few things to keep in mind!

It's hard to believe Halloween is tomorrow. Be safe! Wear a mask, stay 6 feet from others not in your household, and was...
10/30/2020

It's hard to believe Halloween is tomorrow. Be safe! Wear a mask, stay 6 feet from others not in your household, and wash your hands.

Please wear a mask, Hudson!
10/27/2020

Please wear a mask, Hudson!

Halloween is almost here! While we want everyone to enjoy this fun holiday, we also want to remind everyone that it's im...
10/27/2020

Halloween is almost here! While we want everyone to enjoy this fun holiday, we also want to remind everyone that it's important to take steps to our community safe.

We are all in this together, and we need everyone's support to help stop the spread of COVID-19!

🎃🕷🕸👻🦇

17 additional cases this week. Wear a mask. Physical distance. Wash your hands. Stay home if you feel unwell. Read the f...
10/26/2020

17 additional cases this week.

Wear a mask. Physical distance. Wash your hands. Stay home if you feel unwell.

Read the full press release here:https://www.townofhudson.org/sites/g/files/vyhlif3281/f/news/hudson_board_of_health_10-26-2020_covid-19_update.pdf

For the most up-to-date information and for daily updates, please visit: www.hudsonhealthdept.org/coronavirus

NOTICE: Alert to occur between the hours of 5pm-10pm on Monday, October 26th, 2020.
10/26/2020

NOTICE: Alert to occur between the hours of 5pm-10pm on Monday, October 26th, 2020.

Are you starting to plan your holidays? There are many things to consider when you are making holiday plans. Here are a ...
10/23/2020

Are you starting to plan your holidays? There are many things to consider when you are making holiday plans. Here are a few!

Hudson, we have received our third strike. This is week 3 of being in the “red” category. Effective October 26, 2020, Hu...
10/23/2020

Hudson, we have received our third strike. This is week 3 of being in the “red” category.

Effective October 26, 2020, Hudson must revert to step 1 of phase III of the Commonwealth’s reopening plan, as outlined in COVID-19 order 51. The order specifies that a community must revert to step 1 of phase III if they are designated in the “red” category for three consecutive Department of Public Health weekly reports.

During step 1, outdoor gatherings at event venues and in public settings are limited to 50 people.

During step 1, outdoor theater and performance venues may operate at 25% capacity but no more than 50 people.

Attached is a document that outlines the differences between step 1 and step 2.

Understand the potential risks of going out before you make plans!
10/22/2020

Understand the potential risks of going out before you make plans!

Hudson Health Department's cover photo
10/22/2020

Hudson Health Department's cover photo

Quick guide on understanding these commonly used terms during COVID-19.
10/21/2020

Quick guide on understanding these commonly used terms during COVID-19.

Many traditional Halloween activities can be high-risk for spreading viruses. There are several safer, alternative ways ...
10/20/2020

Many traditional Halloween activities can be high-risk for spreading viruses. There are several safer, alternative ways to participate in Halloween.

Here is a guide to lower-, moderate-, and high-risk activities.

The Massachusetts color map can be confusing, so we have broken it down specific to Hudson. Over a 14 day period, this g...
10/19/2020

The Massachusetts color map can be confusing, so we have broken it down specific to Hudson. Over a 14 day period, this graphic reflects the minimum number of cases needed for each color category.

18 additional cases this week. Wear a mask. Physical distance. Wash your hands. Stay home if you feel unwell. Read the f...
10/19/2020

18 additional cases this week.

Wear a mask. Physical distance. Wash your hands. Stay home if you feel unwell.

Read the full press release here:https://www.townofhudson.org/sites/g/files/vyhlif3281/f/news/hudson_board_of_health_10-19-2020_covid-19_update.pdf

For the most up-to-date information and for daily updates, please visit: www.hudsonhealthdept.org/coronavirus

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The Hudson Health Department works to promote health and wellness of our residents through prevention and control of disease and injury. The department is guided by the Hudson Board of Health.

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