COVID-19 Information and Updates

Town of Braintree Daily Updates

June 9, 2021

  • New Cases: 0
  • Total Cases: 4617

The Town of Braintree is designated as a yellow community by the Massachusetts Department of Public Health.  

Click Here To View The Town of Braintree COVID-19 Dashboard

Massachusetts Department of Public Health Weekly COVID-19 Report

Board of Health Daily Updates 

June 2021

Date New CasesNew Deaths Total Cases Total Deaths 

*Daily updates are provided Monday through Friday. Confirmed cases on Saturday and Sunday will be included in Monday's update.

Braintree Public Schools

The Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) reports the number of positive cases in schools on a weekly basis. To view these reports please visit

Braintree Public Schools is listed under DESE's report each week under "Sec 2 - Districts," organization code "00400000" and organization name "Braintree."

To learn more about BPS COVID-19 Protocols for staff and students click here.


Mayor Charles C. Kokoros and the staff of the Health Department would like to share current information about an emerging global health concern, the 2019 Novel Coronavirus, COVID-19.   Coronaviruses are a large family of viruses that may cause respiratory illness in people and are generally spread through respiratory secretions (droplets from coughs and sneezes) of an infected person to another person.  COVID-19 is a new strain of Coronavirus, first detected in Wuhan, China.

Mayor Kokoros and the Braintree Health Department would like to remind our community of the steps you can take to help prevent the transmission of any respiratory infection, including COVID-19:

  • Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds.
  • Avoid touching your face, eyes, or mouth.
  • Frequently clean commonly touched surfaces, including electronics, doorknobs, and countertops.
  • Avoid sharing food utensils, containers, and other personal items.
  • Practice “social distancing” by maintaining a distance of 6 feet from others.
  • Stay home from work if you are sick.
  • Practice proper cough etiquette. Cover your mouth or nose with a tissue when coughing or sneezing, throw the tissue away and wash or sanitize your hands. If a tissue isn’t available, cough or sneeze into your elbow/upper sleeve.
  • Wear a face covering in public areas where maintaining social distance is not possible.

The DPH is in regular communication with local boards of health, healthcare providers, hospitals, long-term care facilities, schools, and local government officials. COVID-19 information is posted on the DPH website and updated regularly. In addition, the DPH has created a Public Health Fact Sheet.

Stay Informed

We will continue to provide daily updates on this page about the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases we have in town as well as up-to-date information regarding changes to town operations. Additionally, we are utilizing the sources below to provide information to the community.

Please direct any inquiries to Marybeth McGrath, Director of Health at 781-794-8095.

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