COVID Information

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To find the latest COVID-19 Local Data Dashboard, click the COVID-19 Stats graphic above or scroll to the bottom of this page.

Click here to find information about the COVID-19 vaccine in Salem

Click here to find details about free Stop the Spread COVID-19 Testing in Salem

Click here to find resources through Salem Together

Click here to access the City's Safe Workplace & Reopening Policy

Click here for information about the Salem Public Schools

Click here to report a non-compliance with the Commonwealth’s travel advisory quarantine, face covering, gathering, or other public health rules.

Current Data for Salem

Total cases (to 6/10/2021): 4,792

Active cases (as of 6/10/2021): 8

Closed cases (to 6/10/2021): 4,703

COVID-19 related deaths (to 6/10/2021): 81

DPH Average Daily Case Rate per 100,000 over previous 14 days (to 6/5/2021): 1.9/cases (MA rate = 2.4/cases)

Total tests (to 6/5/2021): 151,377

Percent positive in previous two weeks (to 6/5/2021): 0.67% (MA rate = 0.63%)

Vaccines administered (to 6/10/2021): 4,772 for 1st innoculation only, 23,495 for 1st and 2nd innoculation = 28,267 (63%) with at least 1st innoculation

NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC REGARDING CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19)

In light of public health concerns arising from the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic and the State of Emergency declared by the Governor, all individuals who meet any of the following criteria are not permitted to enter any City building.

These criteria include the following:

  • Persons exhibiting any flu like symptoms, including fever, runny nose and severe cough
  • Persons who have been diagnosed with or have had contact with anyone who has been diagnosed with coronavirus within the preceding 14 days.
  • Persons with apparent symptoms of coronavirus, such as fever, severe cough, or shortness of breath.
  • Persons who have been asked to self-quarantine by any doctor, hospital, board of health, or other medical provider, or health agency, or who reside with anyone who has been asked to self-quarantine

People who think they may have been exposed to coronavirus are urged to contact their healthcare provider immediately.