As you know, our work to safely reopen our economy and return to a “new normal” is a collaborative and constantly-evolving process, often incorporating new information or adjusting guidance as we track public health trends. I wanted to share two important changes that will go into effect over the next several days.

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Every Wednesday evening, the Commonwealth releases updated town-by-town COVID-19 case numbers in a weekly public health report that can be accessed online. The most recent two weeks of data, on a rolling basis, are used to assign a “risk level” to each community in the Commonwealth based on the “daily incidence rate,” the number of cases per 100,000 reported in each city and town.

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One state agency where services have been significantly impacted by COVID-19 has been the Registry of Motor Vehicles. Although the RMV has worked in recent years to automate its services and move as many transactions as possible online, there are still many services that require in-person visits to a service center, including upgrading Massachusetts driver’s licenses to “REAL ID” licenses in compliance with federal law.

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Tune into Holliston Cable Access Television on Sat, September 26th at 1:00pm Live on the Educational channels which are Comcast ch 96 or Verizon ch 33 for Holliston’s Knights of Columbus 12th Annual Charity Raffle. Live on HCAT TV’s Facebook page! See who will win one of the five cash prizes–ranging from $100 to $1,000!!

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Although Massachusetts is a national leader in COVID-19 testing capacity, with over 3.2 million molecular tests administered to date, my office still receives questions about testing availability and rules. If you feel sick, you should contact your health care provider to get tested ASAP. For additional information on testing, click Continue.

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