Test positive for COVID-19? Reach out if you need help – the City of Cambridge

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With people gathering indoors more as the weather gets colder, COVID-19 cases are on the rise. The Cambridge Public Health Department encourages residents to protect themselves and others by staying up-to-date on COVID vaccinations, wearing masks indoors when outside their own home, and keeping spaces well-ventilated.
If you or a family member gets COVID-19, help is available. Early treatment is best, so act quickly if you feel sick.
If you have symptoms, you can:
For local support and resources, call the confidential COVID-19 Hotline for the public health departments of Cambridge, Chelsea, Revere, and Winthrop at 617-933-0797. This line is staffed by case investigators who can:
For general information, visit the CDC’s If You Are Sick or Caring for Someone web page.
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