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People in the community continue to practice social distancing, according to the governor's directions

As of Saturday, April 25, Milton has 150 positive cases of COVID-19. Residents are being contacted by the Health Department and asked to isolate themselves at home.

Two of those testing positive are residents of Fuller Village, now hospitalized.

BID-Milton continues to treat COVID-19 patients. Earlier this month there were 27 inpatients at the hospital, seven of them were in intensive care. Seven BID-Milton staffers are listed as testing positive for the virus.

The Milton Health Department continues to provide daily updates on the town website. 

"If you are sick, with influenza-like symptoms, stay at home," the site says.

"If you have fever and or lower respiratory symptoms, call your primary care doctor (PCP). If you don’t have a PCP call the Massachusetts Department of Public Health at 1-617-983-6800, or call 2-1-1 or visit for more information."

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