All individuals are now eligible to recieve vaccines with the understanding that people age 12 and older who live, work or study in Massachusetts also can now get vaccinated.
Vaccines are now available at your local pharmacies and doctor's offices. Please call them directly for appointments and availability.
If you have internet access, you may go to the Mass.gov site and see all the sites in the state and their availability:
COVID-19 Vaccine Information
COVID-19 Booster Information
COVID-19 Information Deaf & Hearing Impaired
COVID-19 10 At Home Self Monitoring Tips For Quarantine & Isolation - English
COVID-19 10 At Home Self MonitoringTips For Quarantine & Isolation - Spanish
COVID-19 Benefits of Getting the Vaccine
COVID-19 Vaccine Appointment Locations in Franklin County
COVID-19 Vaccine Facts & Safety
Click Here for the Latest State COVID-19 News & Guidance
Click Here for COVID-19 Data specific to Franklin County and Montague
The Town of Montague is working dilligently to ensure a safe and appropriate public health response to the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic. Updates will appear periodically on this page as new information becomes available.
To receive townwide notices related to COVID-19 or other matters by email, phone or text, sign up for our Code Red Communication Service.
Massachusetts Launches a COVID-19 Text Message Notification System Text “COVIDMA” to 888-777 for Important Updates
GOVENOR'S DAILY UPDATE
MA Governor Daily COVID-19 Update
HEALTH GUIDANCE & INFORMATION FOR COVID -19
How to Increase Vaccinations During
Employee COVID-19 Screening Questionaire
COVID-19 Govenor Baker's Vaccine Presentation
Massachusetts Department of Public Health Guidance
What To Do If You Are Sick with Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Guidance
Center For Disease Control Cases in the United States of America
Center For Disease Control Guidance for Medical Professionals
Center For Disease Control Guidence on Travel
Canal District Community Workshop
Dye Testing of Outfall April 6th-15th
Downtown Parking Study- Community Survey