As cases of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) continue to rise in Massachusetts, communities across the Commonwealth are banding together to offer support and mutual-aid to neighbors and friends.
The closure of schools and businesses has upended daily routines. This disruption means some of our neighbors will miss paychecks, face food insecurity, and struggle to get their prescriptions. Many parents will be juggling childcare and work, and elders may feel lonely as they self-isolate in their homes.
This website is meant to serve an interactive resource guide for all Concord residents.
From Emerson Hospital's CEOPublished on 3/16/2020
"Social distancing must be taken seriously! The symptoms of COVID-19 take several days to appear. This means that someone can carry the virus even though they have no symptoms. Playdates and having people over to your home create new possibilities for transmissions of the virus that school/work/event closures are trying hard to prevent. We understand this is hard, especially for children and teenagers, but if we all do our part we can slow down the pace of this virus. More information is available at."
- Christine Schuster, RN, MBA
This website is run by volunteers and is not intended to be a source of medical advice or up to date public health information. Please see our list of Official Resources to find a government agency or trusted institution with information on the Coronavirus pandemic.