As of August 27, 2020, the number of COVID-19 cases in Eastham is 14.
The Town of Eastham Staff recommend using this resource for accurate, up-to-date information on the number of COVID-19 in Eastham and all of Massachusetts.
Barnstable County has a useful website for numbers of cases by Town.
Information on the symptoms of Covid-19 and prevention methods, can be found here.
We are currently in Phase 3 Step 1 of the Governor's Re-opening Plan. To find more information on re-opening and the different phases, please click here.
|IMPORTANT UPDATE - 7/24/20|
On July 24, 2020 Governor Baker announced a new travel order requiring a MANDATORY 14 day quarantine for travelers arriving in Massachusetts, except for those covered by the limited exemptions below. Property owners, or their representatives, must inform their tenants of the requirement to quarantine AND fill out the travel form (see below).
The exemptions are:
All travelers, except for those arriving from a lower risk state or those who meet the circumstance specific exemptions, must complete and submit the on-line Massachusetts Travel Form, whether they are arriving in Massachusetts by airplane, bus, train, automobile, or any other means.
The form can be found here: https://www.mass.gov/forms/massachusetts-travel-form. A person who is required to but does not submit the Massachusetts Travel Form may be subject to a civil fine of $500 per day.
Travelers who do not meet the exemptions must quarantine beginning immediately upon arrival. The quarantine must continue for a period of 14 days unless the traveler leaves the state sooner.
More information on the requirements can be found on the state travel website:
To register a complaint or report a matter requiring investigation, contact email@example.com or 508.240.5900 ext. 3230. Your concern will be routed to the appropriate staff for follow up. Due to the high volume of complaints and concerns, you may only hear from staff if they have further questions about the incident.
Click here to report unsafe working conditions under COVID-19 RE-Opening Workplace Safety Standards, or call Dept. of Labor Standards hotline (508) 616-0461, ext. 9488.
If you have any questions or concerns, please call the Health Department at 508.240.5900 x3230 or x3239.
Helpful Links –
Helpful Links on Re-Opening
State Emergency Orders