Covid News and Updates

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Covid Updates

Recent and relevant Covid updates &  resources for Malden as of 1/7/2022.

Policy Updates

UMA Covid Policy Update

In the interest of protecting our members, staff and the general public from the recent COVID-19 spike, the Urban Media Arts (UMA) facility will be only open on an appointment basis for the time being. Appointments can be scheduled through staff or by calling 781-321-6400 during business hours.

Malden Mask Mandate in City

“Mayor Christenson in coordination with Health Director Chris Webb are issuing an executive order requiring mask wearing effective Friday, January 7th as well as public meetings to switch to remote participation as of Monday, January 10th."

Covid Testing

Mass Covid Testing Info

Testing for COVID-19 is widely available in Massachusetts. Click above for information and to find testing sites.

Square One Mall Parking Lot

1204 Broadway (Saugus) from 2-7PM, Monday through Saturday for all testing needs. According to the State this program has been extended until March 31, 2022.

Appointment Only - Malden Catholic

By APPOINTMENT ONLY - . Look for this Malden Catholic Kiosk PCR Testing at the rotary down Maplewood st next to the tennis court 99 Crystal st, Malden, MA 02148

Vaccine Resources

Covid After-School Vaccine Clinic for Children

After-school vaccine clinic. See information in various languages.

Free Vaccine Clinics in Malden

Malden YMCA, 99 Dartmouth St; Linden Family Community Room - Malden Housing Authority, 74 Wescott St.; Newland Street Community Room - Malden Housing Authority, 275 Newland St.


Sate of Massachusetts Stats

Daily and cumulative reports on Massachusetts COVID-19 cases, testing, and hospitalizations. Additional reports include nursing facility data, cases by city/town, residents subject to COVID-19 quarantine, and data from State facilities.

School Cases

The data in the report below represents the number of positive COVID-19 cases as reported to the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) by school districts (including charter schools), collaboratives, and approved special education schools. The data only represents what has been reported to DESE. This data is not intended to replace the Department of Public Health's official COVID-19 reporting system.

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