Confirmed COVID-19 Cases

Please note there is day-to-day variability in cases reported by testing laboratories and no single day change is indicative of overall cases trends. The 14-day trend is a more reliable measure of the trend. The transmission rate in Falmouth and in Massachusetts as of this date is low thanks to public compliance with social distancing and mask wearing. We appreciate that complying with this guidance can be challenging. The surge in COVID-19 illness now being reported in other parts of the country should serve as a warning that it is absolutely critical we remain vigilant if we are to keep the transmission rates low and protect our friends and family members from serious illness and death. Please keep 6 feet away from individuals outside of your household to the greatest extent possible and when you are unable to maintain social distance, wear a cloth face mask whether inside or outside. Basic hygiene including frequent hand washing is also important for reducing the spread of COVID-19 as well as the flu and other communicable diseases.

COVID-19 Confirmed Cases - September 16, 2020 

As of this date:

  • 257 cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed in Falmouth since the beginning of the outbreak on March 19, 2020 – a ‘confirmed case’ represents an individual who received a positive molecular (viral) test result.

  • There were 12,578 tests performed in Falmouth for the 14-day period ending September 16th of which 12 were positive, which represents a positive test rate of 0.76%.

COVID-19 Confirmed Cases - September 14, 2020 

As of this date:

  • 257 cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed in Falmouth since the beginning of the outbreak on March 19, 2020 – a ‘confirmed case’ represents an individual who received a positive molecular (viral) test result.

  • There were 1,616 tests performed in Falmouth for the 14-day period ending September 9th of which 10 were positive, which represents a positive test rate of 0.62%.

  • Average Daily Incidence Rate per 100,000 for the Last 14 Days: 2.3 (See Map for comparison to other Massachusetts cities and towns.)

COVID-19 Confirmed Cases - September 11, 2020 

As of this date:

  • 251 cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed in Falmouth since the beginning of the outbreak on March 19, 2020 – a ‘confirmed case’ represents an individual who received a positive molecular (viral) test result.

  • There were 1,616 tests performed in Falmouth for the 14-day period ending September 9th of which 10 were positive, which represents a positive test rate of 0.62%.

  • Average Daily Incidence Rate per 100,000 for the Last 14 Days: 2.3 (See Map for comparison to other Massachusetts cities and towns.)

COVID-19 Confirmed Cases - September 8, 2020 

As of this date:

  • 251 cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed in Falmouth since the beginning of the outbreak on March 19, 2020 – a ‘confirmed case’ represents an individual who received a positive molecular (viral) test result.

  • There were 1,435 tests performed in Falmouth for the 14-day period ending September 2nd of which 5 were positive, which represents a positive test rate of 0.35%.

  • Average Daily Incidence Rate per 100,000 for the Last 14 Days: 0.9 (See Map for comparison to other Massachusetts cities and towns.)

COVID-19 Confirmed Cases - September 4, 2020 

As of this date:

  • 247 cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed in Falmouth since the beginning of the outbreak on March 19, 2020 – a ‘confirmed case’ represents an individual who received a positive molecular (viral) test result.

  • There were 1,435 tests performed in Falmouth for the 14-day period ending September 2nd of which 5 were positive, which represents a positive test rate of 0.35%.

  • Average Daily Incidence Rate per 100,000 for the Last 14 Days: 0.9 (See Map for comparison to other Massachusetts cities and towns.)

COVID-19 Confirmed Cases - September 1, 2020 

As of this date:

  • 242 cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed in Falmouth since the beginning of the outbreak on March 19, 2020 – a ‘confirmed case’ represents an individual who received a positive molecular (viral) test result.

  • There were 1,289 tests performed in Falmouth for the 14-day period ending August 26th of which 4 were positive, which represents a positive test rate of 0.31%.

  • Average Daily Incidence Rate per 100,000 for the Last 14 Days: 0.5 (See Map for comparison to other Massachusetts cities and towns.)

COVID-19 Confirmed Cases - August 31, 2020 

As of this date:

  • 240 cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed in Falmouth since the beginning of the outbreak on March 19, 2020 – a ‘confirmed case’ represents an individual who received a positive molecular (viral) test result.

  • There were 1,289 tests performed in Falmouth for the 14-day period ending August 26th of which 4 were positive, which represents a positive test rate of 0.31%.

  • Average Daily Incidence Rate per 100,000 for the Last 14 Days: 0.5 (See Map for comparison to other Massachusetts cities and towns.)

COVID-19 Confirmed Cases - August 26, 2020

  • 240 cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed in Falmouth since the beginning of the outbreak on March 19, 2020 – a ‘confirmed case’ represents an individual who received a positive molecular (viral) test result.

  • There were 1,289 tests performed in Falmouth for the 14-day period ending August 26th of which 4 were positive, which represents a positive test rate of 0.31%.

  • Average Daily Incidence Rate per 100,000 for the Last 14 Days: 0.5 (See Map for comparison to other Massachusetts cities and towns.)

COVID-19 Confirmed Cases - August 21, 2020

As of this date:

  • 241 cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed in Falmouth since the beginning of the outbreak on March 19, 2020 – a ‘confirmed case’ represents an individual who received a positive molecular (viral) test result.

  • There were 1,336 tests performed in Falmouth for the 14-day period ending August 19th of which 7 were positive, which represents a positive test rate of 0.52%.

  • Average Daily Incidence Rate per 100,000 for the Last 14 Days: 1.1 (See Map for comparison to other Massachusetts cities and towns.)

COVID-19 Confirmed Cases - August 12, 2020 

As of this date:

  • 239 cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed in Falmouth since the beginning of the outbreak on March 19, 2020 – a ‘confirmed case’ represents an individual who received a positive molecular (viral) test result.

  • There were 1,350 tests performed in Falmouth for the 14-day period ending August 12th of which 8 were positive, which represents a positive test rate of 0.59%.

  • Average Daily Incidence Rate per 100,000 for the Last 14 Days: 1.6 (See Map on left for comparison to other Massachusetts cities and towns.)


COVID-19 Confirmed Cases - August 6, 2020 

As of this date:

  • 235 cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed in Falmouth since the beginning of the outbreak on March 19, 2020 – a ‘confirmed case’ represents an individual who received a positive molecular (viral) test result.

  • There have been 13 confirmed cases during the 14-day period ending August 5th. 

  • There were 1,135 tests performed in Falmouth for the 14-day period ending August 5th of which 13 were positive, which represents a positive test rate of 1.15%.

Please note there is day-to-day variability in cases reported by testing laboratories and no single day change is indicative of overall cases trends. The 14-day trend is a more reliable measure of the trend. The transmission rate in Falmouth and in Massachusetts as of this date is low thanks to public compliance with social distancing and mask wearing. We appreciate that complying with this guidance can be challenging. The surge in COVID-19 illness now being reported in other parts of the country should serve as a warning that it is absolutely critical we remain vigilant if we are to keep the transmission rates low and protect our friends and family members from serious illness and death. Please keep 6 feet away from individuals outside of your household to the greatest extent possible and when you are unable to maintain social distance, wear a cloth face mask whether inside or outside. Basic hygiene including frequent hand washing is also important for reducing the spread of COVID-19 as well as the flu and other communicable diseases.

COVID-19 Confirmed Cases - July 30, 2020 

As of this date:

  • 229 cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed in Falmouth since the beginning of the outbreak on March 19, 2020 – a ‘confirmed case’ represents an individual who received a positive molecular (viral) test result.
  • There have been 24 confirmed cases during the 14-day period ending July 29, 2020. 
  • There were 1,014 tests performed in Falmouth for the period ending July 29, 2020 of which 24 were positive which represents a positive test rate of 2.37% 

Please note there is day-to-day variability in cases reported by testing laboratories and no single day change is indicative of overall cases trends. The 14-day trend is a more reliable measure of the trend. The transmission rate in Falmouth and in Massachusetts as of this date is low thanks to public compliance with social distancing and mask wearing. We appreciate that complying with this guidance can be challenging. The surge in COVID-19 illness now being reported in other parts of the country should serve as a warning that it is absolutely critical we remain vigilant if we are to keep the transmission rates low and protect our friends and family members from serious illness and death. Please keep 6 feet away from individuals outside of your household to the greatest extent possible and when you are unable to maintain social distance, wear a cloth face mask whether inside or outside. Basic hygiene including frequent hand washing is also important for reducing the spread of COVID-19 as well as the flu and other communicable diseases.

COVID-19 Confirmed Cases - July 24, 2020

As of this date:

222 cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed in Falmouth since the beginning of the outbreak on March 19, 2020 – a ‘confirmed case’ represents an individual who received a positive molecular (viral) test result.

There have been 18 confirmed cases during the 14-day period from July 10 – July 24, 2020. 11 of the 18 confirmed Falmouth cases are located in a long term care facility.

As of July 22nd,  the 14 day total test performed in Falmouth were 1093, which represents a positive test rate of 0.37% (based the count of 208 as this metric is calculated weekly each Wednesday)

Please note there is day-to-day variability in cases reported by testing laboratories and no single day change is indicative of overall cases trends. The 14-day trend is a more reliable measure of the trend. The transmission rate in Falmouth and in Massachusetts as of this date is low thanks to public compliance with social distancing and mask wearing. We appreciate that complying with this guidance can be challenging. The surge in COVID-19 illness now being reported in other parts of the country should serve as a warning that it is absolutely critical we remain vigilant if we are to keep the transmission rates low and protect our friends and family members from serious illness and death. Please keep 6 feet away from individuals outside of your household to the greatest extent possible and when you are unable to maintain social distance, wear a cloth face mask whether inside or outside. Basic hygiene including frequent hand washing is also important for reducing the spread of COVID-19 as well as the flu and other communicable diseases.

COVID-19 Confirmed Cases - July 20, 2020 

As of this date:

  • 209 cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed in Falmouth since the beginning of outbreak on March 19th. 
  • Over 80% of these individuals who received a positive viral test are now out of isolation.

Please note there is day-to-day variability in cases reported by testing laboratories and no single day change is indicative of overall cases trends. We appreciate that complying with the stay at home advisory is not easy and we extend our thanks to the Falmouth community for the response to date. It appears that these community efforts are beginning to show positive results but we must remain vigilant in this battle with the coronavirus. Please continue to limit contact with others who do not live in your house, including relatives. When you do need to leave the house for essential needs, it is crucial you practice social distancing, keep 6 feet away from others, wear a cloth face mask, and wash hands frequently.

COVID-19 Confirmed Cases - July 15, 2020 

As of this date:

  • 206 cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed in Falmouth since the beginning of outbreak on March 19th. 
  • Over 80% of these individuals who received a positive viral test are now out of isolation.

Please note there is day-to-day variability in cases reported by testing laboratories and no single day change is indicative of overall cases trends. We appreciate that complying with the stay at home advisory is not easy and we extend our thanks to the Falmouth community for the response to date. It appears that these community efforts are beginning to show positive results but we must remain vigilant in this battle with the coronavirus. Please continue to limit contact with others who do not live in your house, including relatives. When you do need to leave the house for essential needs, it is crucial you practice social distancing, keep 6 feet away from others, wear a cloth face mask, and wash hands frequently.

COVID-19 Confirmed Cases - July 6, 2020 

As of this date:

  • 204 cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed in Falmouth since the beginning of outbreak on March 19th. 
  • Over 80% of these individuals who received a positive viral test are now out of isolation.

Please note there is day-to-day variability in cases reported by testing laboratories and no single day change is indicative of overall cases trends. We appreciate that complying with the stay at home advisory is not easy and we extend our thanks to the Falmouth community for the response to date. It appears that these community efforts are beginning to show positive results but we must remain vigilant in this battle with the coronavirus. Please continue to limit contact with others who do not live in your house, including relatives. When you do need to leave the house for essential needs, it is crucial you practice social distancing, keep 6 feet away from others, wear a cloth face mask, and wash hands frequently.

COVID-19 Confirmed Cases - June 29, 2020 

As of this date:

  • 202 cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed in Falmouth since the beginning of outbreak on March 19th. 
  • Over 80% of these individuals who received a positive viral test are now out of isolation.

Please note there is day-to-day variability in cases reported by testing laboratories and no single day change is indicative of overall cases trends. We appreciate that complying with the stay at home advisory is not easy and we extend our thanks to the Falmouth community for the response to date. It appears that these community efforts are beginning to show positive results but we must remain vigilant in this battle with the coronavirus. Please continue to limit contact with others who do not live in your house, including relatives. When you do need to leave the house for essential needs, it is crucial you practice social distancing, keep 6 feet away from others, wear a cloth face mask, and wash hands frequently.

COVID-19 Confirmed Cases - June 23, 2020 

As of this date:

  • 201 cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed in Falmouth since the beginning of outbreak on March 19th. 
  • Over 80% of these individuals who received a positive viral test are now out of isolation.

Please note there is day-to-day variability in cases reported by testing laboratories and no single day change is indicative of overall cases trends. We appreciate that complying with the stay at home advisory is not easy and we extend our thanks to the Falmouth community for the response to date. It appears that these community efforts are beginning to show positive results but we must remain vigilant in this battle with the coronavirus. Please continue to limit contact with others who do not live in your house, including relatives. When you do need to leave the house for essential needs, it is crucial you practice social distancing, keep 6 feet away from others, wear a cloth face mask, and wash hands frequently.

COVID-19 Confirmed Cases - June 16, 2020 

As of this date:

  • 195 cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed in Falmouth since the beginning of outbreak on March 19th. 
  • Over 80% of these individuals who received a positive viral test are now out of isolation.

Please note there is day-to-day variability in cases reported by testing laboratories and no single day change is indicative of overall cases trends. We appreciate that complying with the stay at home advisory is not easy and we extend our thanks to the Falmouth community for the response to date. It appears that these community efforts are beginning to show positive results but we must remain vigilant in this battle with the coronavirus. Please continue to limit contact with others who do not live in your house, including relatives. When you do need to leave the house for essential needs, it is crucial you practice social distancing, keep 6 feet away from others, wear a cloth face mask, and wash hands frequently.

COVID-19 Confirmed Cases - June 12, 2020 

As of this date:

  • 192 cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed in Falmouth since the beginning of outbreak on March 19th. 
  • Over 80% of these individuals who received a positive viral test are now out of isolation.

Please note there is day-to-day variability in cases reported by testing laboratories and no single day change is indicative of overall cases trends. We appreciate that complying with the stay at home advisory is not easy and we extend our thanks to the Falmouth community for the response to date. It appears that these community efforts are beginning to show positive results but we must remain vigilant in this battle with the coronavirus. Please continue to limit contact with others who do not live in your house, including relatives. When you do need to leave the house for essential needs, it is crucial you practice social distancing, keep 6 feet away from others, wear a cloth face mask, and wash hands frequently.

COVID-19 Confirmed Cases - June 12, 2020 

As of this date:

  • 192 cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed in Falmouth since the beginning of outbreak on March 19th. 
  • Over 80% of these individuals who received a positive viral test are now out of isolation.

Please note there is day-to-day variability in cases reported by testing laboratories and no single day change is indicative of overall cases trends. We appreciate that complying with the stay at home advisory is not easy and we extend our thanks to the Falmouth community for the response to date. It appears that these community efforts are beginning to show positive results but we must remain vigilant in this battle with the coronavirus. Please continue to limit contact with others who do not live in your house, including relatives. When you do need to leave the house for essential needs, it is crucial you practice social distancing, keep 6 feet away from others, wear a cloth face mask, and wash hands frequently.

COVID-19 Confirmed Cases - June 10, 2020 

As of this date:

  • 186 cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed in Falmouth since the beginning of outbreak on March 19th. 
  • Over 80% of these individuals who received a positive viral test are now out of isolation.

Please note there is day-to-day variability in cases reported by testing laboratories and no single day change is indicative of overall cases trends. We appreciate that complying with the stay at home advisory is not easy and we extend our thanks to the Falmouth community for the response to date. It appears that these community efforts are beginning to show positive results but we must remain vigilant in this battle with the coronavirus. Please continue to limit contact with others who do not live in your house, including relatives. When you do need to leave the house for essential needs, it is crucial you practice social distancing, keep 6 feet away from others, wear a cloth face mask, and wash hands frequently.

COVID-19 Confirmed Cases - June 2, 2020 

As of this date:

  • 184 cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed in Falmouth since the beginning of outbreak on March 19th. 
  • Over 80% of these individuals who received a positive viral test are now out of isolation.

Please note there is day-to-day variability in cases reported by testing laboratories and no single day change is indicative of overall cases trends. We appreciate that complying with the stay at home advisory is not easy and we extend our thanks to the Falmouth community for the response to date. It appears that these community efforts are beginning to show positive results but we must remain vigilant in this battle with the coronavirus. Please continue to limit contact with others who do not live in your house, including relatives. When you do need to leave the house for essential needs, it is crucial you practice social distancing, keep 6 feet away from others, wear a cloth face mask, and wash hands frequently.

COVID-19 Confirmed Cases - May 27, 2020 

As of this date:

  • 180 cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed in Falmouth since the beginning of outbreak on March 19th. 
  • Over 80% of these individuals who received a positive viral test are now out of isolation.

Please note there is day-to-day variability in cases reported by testing laboratories and no single day change is indicative of overall cases trends. We appreciate that complying with the stay at home advisory is not easy and we extend our thanks to the Falmouth community for the response to date. It appears that these community efforts are beginning to show positive results but we must remain vigilant in this battle with the coronavirus. Please continue to limit contact with others who do not live in your house, including relatives. When you do need to leave the house for essential needs, it is crucial you practice social distancing, keep 6 feet away from others, wear a cloth face mask, and wash hands frequently.

COVID-19 Confirmed Cases - May 26, 2020 

As of this date:

  • 179 cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed in Falmouth since the beginning of outbreak on March 19th. 
  • Over 80% of these individuals who received a positive viral test are now out of isolation.

Please note there is day-to-day variability in cases reported by testing laboratories and no single day change is indicative of overall cases trends. We appreciate that complying with the stay at home advisory is not easy and we extend our thanks to the Falmouth community for the response to date. It appears that these community efforts are beginning to show positive results but we must remain vigilant in this battle with the coronavirus. Please continue to limit contact with others who do not live in your house, including relatives. When you do need to leave the house for essential needs, it is crucial you practice social distancing, keep 6 feet away from others, wear a cloth face mask, and wash hands frequently.

COVID-19 Confirmed Cases - May 19, 2020 

As of this date:

  • 170 cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed in Falmouth since the beginning of outbreak on March 19th. 
  • Over 80% of these individuals who received a positive viral test are now out of isolation.

Please note there is day-to-day variability in cases reported by testing laboratories and no single day change is indicative of overall cases trends. We appreciate that complying with the stay at home advisory is not easy and we extend our thanks to the Falmouth community for the response to date. It appears that these community efforts are beginning to show positive results but we must remain vigilant in this battle with the coronavirus. Please continue to limit contact with others who do not live in your house, including relatives. When you do need to leave the house for essential needs, it is crucial you practice social distancing, keep 6 feet away from others, wear a cloth face mask, and wash hands frequently.

COVID-19 Confirmed Cases - May 15, 2020 

As of this date:

  • 157 cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed in Falmouth since the beginning of outbreak on March 19th. 
  • Over 80% of these individuals who received a positive viral test are now out of isolation.

Please note there is day-to-day variability in cases reported by testing laboratories and no single day change is indicative of overall cases trends. We appreciate that complying with the stay at home advisory is not easy and we extend our thanks to the Falmouth community for the response to date. It appears that these community efforts are beginning to show positive results but we must remain vigilant in this battle with the coronavirus. Please continue to limit contact with others who do not live in your house, including relatives. When you do need to leave the house for essential needs, it is crucial you practice social distancing, keep 6 feet away from others, wear a cloth face mask, and wash hands frequently.

COVID-19 Confirmed Cases - May 14, 2020 

As of this date:

  • 155 cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed in Falmouth since the beginning of outbreak on March 19th. 
  • Over 80% of these individuals who received a positive viral test are now out of isolation.

Please note there is day-to-day variability in cases reported by testing laboratories and no single day change is indicative of overall cases trends. We appreciate that complying with the stay at home advisory is not easy and we extend our thanks to the Falmouth community for the response to date. It appears that these community efforts are beginning to show positive results but we must remain vigilant in this battle with the coronavirus. Please continue to limit contact with others who do not live in your house, including relatives. When you do need to leave the house for essential needs, it is crucial you practice social distancing, keep 6 feet away from others, wear a cloth face mask, and wash hands frequently.

COVID-19 Confirmed Cases - May 13, 2020 

As of this date:

  • 152 cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed in Falmouth since the beginning of outbreak on March 19th. 
  • Over 80% of these individuals who received a positive viral test are now out of isolation.

Please note there is day-to-day variability in cases reported by testing laboratories and no single day change is indicative of overall cases trends. We appreciate that complying with the stay at home advisory is not easy and we extend our thanks to the Falmouth community for the response to date. It appears that these community efforts are beginning to show positive results but we must remain vigilant in this battle with the coronavirus. Please continue to limit contact with others who do not live in your house, including relatives. When you do need to leave the house for essential needs, it is crucial you practice social distancing, keep 6 feet away from others, wear a cloth face mask, and wash hands frequently.

COVID-19 Confirmed Cases - May 11, 2020 

As of this date:

  • 148 cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed in Falmouth since the beginning of outbreak on March 19th. 
  • Over 80% of these 148 individuals who received a positive viral test are now out of isolation.

Please note there is day-to-day variability in cases reported by testing laboratories and no single day change is indicative of overall cases trends. We appreciate that complying with the stay at home advisory is not easy and we extend our thanks to the Falmouth community for the response to date. It appears that these community efforts are beginning to show positive results but we must remain vigilant in this battle with the coronavirus. Please continue to limit contact with others who do not live in your house, including relatives. When you do need to leave the house for essential needs, it is crucial you practice social distancing, keep 6 feet away from others, wear a cloth face mask, and wash hands frequently.

COVID-19 Confirmed Cases - May 7, 2020 

As of this date, 138 cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed in Falmouth. This figure represents the total number of known cases since the beginning of outbreak on March 19th. Many of these individuals have recovered and are out of isolation. Please note there is day-to-day variability in cases reported by testing laboratories and no single day change is indicative of overall cases trends. We appreciate that complying with the stay at home advisory is not easy and we extend our thanks to the Falmouth community for the response to date. It appears that these community efforts are beginning to show positive results but we must remain vigilant in this battle with the coronavirus. Please continue to limit contact with others who do not live in your house, including relatives. When you do need to leave the house for essential needs, it is crucial you practice social distancing, keep 6 feet away from others, wear a cloth face mask, and wash hands frequently.

COVID-19 Confirmed Cases - May 5, 2020

As of this date, 135 cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed in Falmouth. This figure represents the total number of known cases since the beginning of outbreak on March 19th. Many of these individuals have recovered and are out of isolation. Please note there is day-to-day variability in cases reported by testing laboratories and no single day change is indicative of overall cases trends. We appreciate that complying with the stay at home advisory is not easy and we extend our thanks to the Falmouth community for the response to date. It appears that these community efforts are beginning to show positive results but we must remain vigilant in this battle with the coronavirus. Please continue to limit contact with others who do not live in your house, including relatives. When you do need to leave the house for essential needs, it is crucial you practice social distancing, keep 6 feet away from others, wear a cloth face mask, and wash hands frequently.

COVID-19 Confirmed Cases - April 30, 2020 

As of this date, 128 cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed in Falmouth. This figure represents the total number of known cases since the beginning of outbreak on March 19th. Many of these individuals have recovered and are out of isolation. Please note there is day-to-day variability in cases reported by testing laboratories and no single day change is indicative of overall cases trends. We appreciate that complying with the stay at home advisory is not easy and we extend our thanks to the Falmouth community for the response to date. It appears that these community efforts are beginning to show positive results but we must remain vigilant in this battle with the coronavirus. Please continue to limit contact with others who do not live in your house, including relatives. When you do need to leave the house for essential needs, it is crucial you practice social distancing, keep 6 feet away from others, wear a cloth face mask, and wash hands frequently.

COVID-19 Confirmed Cases - April 29, 2020 

As of this date, 126 cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed in Falmouth. This figure represents the total number of known cases since the beginning of outbreak on March 19th. Many of these individuals have recovered and are out of isolation. Please note there is day-to-day variability in cases reported by testing laboratories and no single day change is indicative of overall cases trends. We appreciate that complying with the stay at home advisory is not easy and we extend our thanks to the Falmouth community for the response to date. It appears that these community efforts are beginning to show positive results but we must remain vigilant in this battle with the coronavirus. Please continue to limit contact with others who do not live in your house, including relatives. When you do need to leave the house for essential needs, it is crucial you practice social distancing, keep 6 feet away from others, wear a cloth face mask, and wash hands frequently.

COVID-19 Confirmed Cases - April 28, 2020 

As of this date, 125 cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed in Falmouth. This figure represents the total number of known cases since the beginning of outbreak on March 19th. Many of these individuals have recovered and are out of isolation. Please note there is day-to-day variability in cases reported by testing laboratories and no single day change is indicative of overall cases trends. We appreciate that complying with the stay at home advisory is not easy and we extend our thanks to the Falmouth community for the response to date. It appears that these community efforts are beginning to show positive results but we must remain vigilant in this battle with the coronavirus. Please continue to limit contact with others who do not live in your house, including relatives. When you do need to leave the house for essential needs, it is crucial you practice social distancing, keep 6 feet away from others, wear a cloth face mask, and wash hands frequently.

COVID-19 Confirmed Cases - April 27, 2020 

As of this date, 122 cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed in Falmouth. This figure represents the total number of known cases since the beginning of outbreak on March 19th. Many of these individuals have recovered and are out of isolation. Please note there is day-to-day variability in cases reported by testing laboratories and no single day change is indicative of overall cases trends. We appreciate that complying with the stay at home advisory is not easy and we extend our thanks to the Falmouth community for the response to date. It appears that these community efforts are beginning to show positive results but we must remain vigilant in this battle with the coronavirus. Please continue to limit contact with others who do not live in your house, including relatives. When you do need to leave the house for essential needs, it is crucial you practice social distancing, keep 6 feet away from others, wear a cloth face mask, and wash hands frequently.

COVID-19 Confirmed Cases - April 24, 2020 

As of this date, 119 cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed in Falmouth. This figure represents the total number of known cases since the beginning of outbreak on March 19th. Many of these individuals have recovered and are out of isolation. Please note there is day-to-day variability in cases reported by testing laboratories and no single day change is indicative of overall cases trends. We appreciate that complying with the stay at home advisory is not easy and we extend our thanks to the Falmouth community for the response to date. It appears that these community efforts are beginning to show positive results but we must remain vigilant in this battle with the coronavirus. Please continue to limit contact with others who do not live in your house, including relatives. When you do need to leave the house for essential needs, it is crucial you practice social distancing, keep 6 feet away from others, wear a cloth face mask, and wash hands frequently.

COVID-19 Confirmed Cases - April 23, 2020 

There are 115 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Falmouth as of April 23rd. Please note there is day-to-day variability in cases reported by testing laboratories and no single day change is indicative of overall cases trends. We appreciate that complying with the stay at home advisory is not easy and we extend our thanks to the Falmouth community for the response to date. It appears that these community efforts are beginning to show positive results but we must remain vigilant in this battle with the coronavirus. Please continue to limit contact with others who do not live in your house, including relatives. When you do need to leave the house for essential needs, it is crucial you practice social distancing, keep 6 feet away from others, wear a cloth face mask, and wash hands frequently.

COVID-19 Confirmed Cases - April 22, 2020 

There are 114 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Falmouth as of April 22nd. Please note there is day-to-day variability in cases reported by testing laboratories and no single day change is indicative of overall cases trends. We appreciate that complying with the stay at home advisory is not easy and we extend our thanks to the Falmouth community for the response to date. It appears that these community efforts are beginning to show positive results but we must remain vigilant in this battle with the coronavirus. Please continue to limit contact with others who do not live in your house, including relatives. When you do need to leave the house for essential needs, it is crucial you practice social distancing, keep 6 feet away from others, wear a cloth face mask, and wash hands frequently.

COVID-19 Confirmed Cases - April 21, 2020 

There are 112 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Falmouth as of April 21st. Please note there is day-to-day variability in cases reported by testing laboratories and no single day change is indicative of overall cases trends. We appreciate that complying with the stay at home advisory is not easy and we extend our thanks to the Falmouth community for the response to date. It appears that these community efforts are beginning to show positive results but we must remain vigilant in this battle with the coronavirus. Please continue to limit contact with others who do not live in your house, including relatives. When you do need to leave the house for essential needs, it is crucial you practice social distancing, keep 6 feet away from others, wear a cloth face mask, and wash hands frequently.

To see the prior reports of confirmed cases for Falmouth visit the ’Confirmed COVID-19 Cases’ page via the link on the vertical menu to the left.

COVID-19 Confirmed Cases - April 17, 2020 

There are 107 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Falmouth as of April 17th. Please note there is day-to-day variability in cases reported by testing laboratories and no single day change is indicative of overall cases trends. State health officials estimate the number of confirmed cases may peak in the week ahead. We appreciate that complying with the stay at home advisory is not easy and we extend our thanks to the Falmouth community for the response to date. It appears that these community efforts are beginning to show positive results but we must remain vigilant in this battle with the coronavirus. Please continue to limit contact with others who do not live in your house, including relatives. When you do need to leave the house for essential needs, it is crucial you practice social distancing, keep 6 feet away from others, wear a cloth face mask, and wash hands frequently.

To see the prior reports of confirmed cases for Falmouth visit the ’Confirmed COVID-19 Cases’ page via the link on the vertical menu to the left.

COVID-19 Confirmed Cases - April 16, 2020 

There are 106 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Falmouth as of April 16th. Please note there is day-to-day variability in cases reported by testing laboratories and no single day change is indicative of overall cases trends. State health officials estimate the number of confirmed cases may peak in the week ahead. We appreciate that complying with the stay at home advisory is not easy and we extend our thanks to the Falmouth community for the response to date. It appears that these community efforts are beginning to show positive results but we must remain vigilant in this battle with the coronavirus. Please continue to limit contact with others who do not live in your house, including relatives. When you do need to leave the house for essential needs, it is crucial you practice social distancing, keep 6 feet away from others, wear a cloth face mask, and wash hands frequently.

To see the prior reports of confirmed cases for Falmouth visit the ’Confirmed COVID-19 Cases’ page via the link on the vertical menu to the left.

COVID-19 Confirmed Cases - April 15, 2020 

There are 103 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Falmouth as of April 15th. Please note there is day-to-day variability in cases reported by testing laboratories and no single day change is indicative of overall cases trends. State health officials estimate the number of confirmed cases may peak in the week ahead. We appreciate that complying with the stay at home advisory is not easy and we extend our thanks to the Falmouth community for the response to date. It appears that these community efforts are beginning to show positive results but we must remain vigilant in this battle with the coronavirus. Please continue to limit contact with others who do not live in your house, including relatives. When you do need to leave the house for essential needs, it is crucial you practice social distancing, keep 6 feet away from others, wear a cloth face mask, and wash hands frequently.

COVID-19 Update - April 13, 2020 

There are 100 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Falmouth as of April 13th. Please note there is day-to-day variability in cases reported by testing laboratories and no single day change is indicative of overall cases trends. State health officials estimate the number of confirmed cases may peak in the week ahead. We appreciate that complying with the stay at home advisory is not easy and we extend our thanks to the Falmouth community for the response to date. It appears that these Community efforts are beginning to show positive results but we must remain vigilant in this battle with the coronavirus. Please continue to limit contact with others who do not live in your house, including relatives. When you do need to leave the house for essential needs, it is crucial you practice social distancing, keep 6 feet away from others, wear a cloth face mask, and wash hands frequently.

To see the prior reports of confirmed cases for Falmouth visit the ’Confirmed COVID-19 Cases’ page via the link on the vertical menu to the left.

COVID-19 Update - April 10, 2020

There are 93 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Falmouth as of April 10th. We expect these numbers to continue to rise in the weeks ahead. Best available estimates indicate the impact of the Coronavirus will peak between April 10th and April 20th. Public health officials remind all residents and visitors, regardless of age, to stay at home and away from anyone who does not live in your house, including relatives. When you do need to leave the house for essential needs, it is crucial you practice social distancing, keep 6 feet away from others, wear a cloth face mask, and wash hands frequently.

To see the prior reports of confirmed cases for Falmouth visit the ’Confirmed COVID-19 Cases’ page via the link on the vertical menu to the left.

COVID-19 Update - April 9, 2020

There are 92 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Falmouth as of April 9th. We expect these numbers to continue to rise in the weeks ahead. Best available estimates indicate the impact of the Coronavirus will peak between April 10th and April 20th. Public health officials remind all residents and visitors, regardless of age, to stay at home and away from anyone who does not live in your house, including relatives. When you do need to leave the house for essential needs, it is crucial you practice social distancing, keep 6 feet away from others, wear a cloth face mask, and wash hands frequently.

To see the prior reports of confirmed cases for Falmouth visit the ’Confirmed COVID-19 Cases’ page via the link on the vertical menu to the left.

COVID-19 Update - April 8, 2020

There are 85 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Falmouth as of Wednesday, April 8th. We expect these numbers to continue to rise in the weeks ahead. Best available estimates indicate the impact of the Coronavirus will peak between April 10th and April 20th. Public health officials remind all residents and visitors, regardless of age, to stay at home and away from anyone who does not live in your house, including relatives. When you do need to leave the house for essential needs, it is crucial you practice social distancing, keep 6 feet away from others, wear a cloth face mask, and wash hands frequently.

COVID-19 Update - April 7, 2020

There are 82 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Falmouth as of Tuesday, April 7th. We expect these numbers to continue to rise in the weeks ahead. Best available estimates indicate the impact of the Coronavirus will peak between April 10th and April 20th. Public health officials remind all residents and visitors, regardless of age, to stay at home and away from anyone who does not live in your house, including relatives. When you do need to leave the house for essential needs, it is crucial you practice social distancing, keep 6 feet away from others, wear a cloth face mask, and wash hands frequently.

COVID-19 Update - April 6, 2020

There are 70 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Falmouth as of Monday, April 6th. We expect these numbers to continue to rise in the weeks ahead. Best available estimates indicate the impact of the Coronavirus will peak between April 10th and April 20th. Public health officials remind all residents and visitors, regardless of age, to stay at home and away from anyone who does not live in your house, including relatives. When you do need to leave the house for essential needs, it is crucial you practice social distancing, keep 6 feet away from others, wear a cloth face mask, and wash hands frequently.

COVID-19 Update - April 3, 2020

There are 57 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Falmouth as of Friday, April 3rd. This is more than double the number of confirmed cases reported just four days ago. We expect these numbers to continue to rise in the weeks ahead. As noted by Governor Baker on April 2nd, best available estimates indicate the impact of the Coronavirus will peak between April 10th and April 20th. Public health officials remind all residents and visitors, regardless of age, to stay at home and away from anyone who does not live in your house, including relatives. When you do need to leave the house for essential needs, it is crucial you practice social distancing, keep 6 feet away from others, and wash hands frequently.

For Immediate Release - March 30, 2020 

As of 9:30 a.m. today, the Town currently has 24 test positive cases of COVID-19 in our community. Proper isolation and quarantine protocols, including contact notifications, are being followed by the Massachusetts Department of Public Health, Falmouth Health Department and the Visiting Nurses Association. As COVID-19 testing rates increase, the number of positives will continue to increase. There is community spread occurring and will continue to occur as the test positive cases do not include the asymptomatic or mildly ill individuals. You can help slow the spread of this virus by committing to social distancing and practice good personal hygiene, like handwashing. Our COVID-19 team comprised of the Town Manager, Police, Fire, School Dept, Board of Health will continue to meet and take action as necessary. We will continue to update the community as this situation continues to evolve. 

For Immediate Release - March 27, 2020

As of 9:30 a.m. today, the Town currently has 18 test positive cases of COVID-19 in our community. Proper isolation and quarantine protocols, including contact notifications, are being followed by the Massachusetts Department of Public Health, Falmouth Health Department and the Visiting Nurses Association. As COVID-19 testing rates increase, the number of positives will continue to increase. There is community spread occurring and will continue to occur as the test positive cases do not include the asymptomatic or mildly ill individuals. You can help slow the spread of this virus by committing to social distancing and practice good personal hygiene, like handwashing. Our COVID-19 team comprised of the Town Manager, Police, Fire, School Dept, Board of Health will continue to meet and take action as necessary. We will continue to update the community as this situation continues to evolve.


For Immediate Release - March 26, 2020 

As of 9:30 a.m. today, the Town currently has 9 test positive cases of COVID-19 in our community. Proper isolation and quarantine protocols, including contact notifications, are being followed by the Massachusetts Department of Public Health, Falmouth Health Department and the Visiting Nurses Association. As COVID-19 testing rates increase, the number of positives will continue to increase. We must assume that there is community spread occurring and will continue to occur as the test positive cases do not include the asymptomatic or mildly ill individuals. You can help slow the spread of this virus by committing to social distancing and practice good personal hygiene, like handwashing. Our COVID-19 team comprised of the Town Manager, Police, Fire, School Dept, Board of Health will continue to meet and take action as necessary. We will continue to update the community as this situation continues to evolve. 

For Immediate Release - March 24, 2020 

As of 12:30 p.m. today, the Town currently has 6 test positive cases of COVID-19 in our community. Proper isolation and quarantine protocols, including contact notifications, are being followed by the Massachusetts Department of Public Health, Falmouth Health Department and the Visiting Nurses Association. As COVID-19 testing rates increase, the number of positives will continue to increase. We must assume that there is community spread occurring and will continue to occur as the test positive cases do not include the asymptomatic or mildly ill individuals. You can help slow the spread of this virus by committing to social distancing and practice good personal hygiene, like handwashing. Our COVID-19 team comprised of the Town Manager, Police, Fire, School Dept, Board of Health will continue to meet and take action as necessary. We will continue to update the community as this situation continues to evolve. 

For Immediate Release - March 23, 2020

As of 8:00 am today, the Town currently has 4 test positive cases of COVID-19 in our community. Proper isolation and quarantine protocols, including contact notifications, are being followed by the Massachusetts Department of Public Health, Falmouth Health Department and the Visiting Nurses Association. As COVID-19 testing rates increase, the number of positives will continue to increase. We must assume that there is community spread occurring and will continue to occur as the test positive cases do not include the asymptomatic or mildly ill individuals. You can help slow the spread of this virus by committing to social distancing and practice good personal hygiene, like handwashing. Our COVID-19 team comprised of the Town Manager, Police, Fire, School Department, Board of Health and others will continue to meet and take action as necessary. We will continue to update the community as this situation continues to evolve.

For Immediate Release - March 19, 2020

The Town of Falmouth has its first confirmed case of COVID-19 within our community. Proper isolation and quarantine protocols, including contact notifications, have been followed by the Massachusetts Department of Public Health, Falmouth Health Department and the Visiting Nurses Association. We expect that the virus will continue to appear throughout the area and in our community. You can help slow the spread of this virus by committing to social distancing and by practicing good personal hygiene like frequent handwashing. We will continue to update the community as this situation evolves. Thank you for the cooperation of all.