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Fall River up to 31 confirmed cases of COVID-19

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Fall River has 8 more COVID-19 cases.

According to Mayor Paul Coogan, Fall River now has 31 confirmed cases today. Up 8 from yesterday. Bristol County has 366.

“We all have to continue to think our way through this crisis stay strong friends.”

The Fall River Health Department is in contact with the individuals who have tested positive as well as their contacts. These individuals are in isolation and quarantine.

The City of Fall River would also like to announce that Government Center, the Public Libraries, Senior Centers and Schools will remain closed until May 4th.

The City is also looking for volunteers when and if they are needed. If you know of any medical professionals who are interested in volunteering, individuals can sign up with MA Responds via The Health Professionals Volunteer Website.

To sign up, click here.

Massachusetts cases of COVID-19 increases to 7,738, 122 dead.

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