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Mass. Issues Safer at Home Advisory
The state is still in a state of emergency. On May 18th, Massachusetts issued a Safer at Home advisory. Highlights of the advisory encourage people over age of 65 and those with underlying health conditions, who are at high risk for COVID-19, should continue to stay at home except to run essential errands. Do not participate in close contact activities, such as pick-up sports games. Parents should limit play dates for children. Read the full advisory.  

Click here to read what Town's minimal staffing plan 

Arlington Public Schools Closed Until end of school year
On April 21st Governor Baker extended closures of both private and public K-12 schools in the state to the end of the current school year.
Visit the Arlington Public Schools website for school information.

Arlington Libraries Closed 
The libraries may be physically closed, but there's still plenty to do. Learn more at robbinslibrary.org

Peirce Field, Thorndike Dog Park and Playgrounds Still Closed
Safer-at-Home Advisory
Wear a Face Covering in Public: State and Local Orders
Seniors in senior housing required to wear masks when leaving their apartment.
Arlington Suspends Take-Out Service Inside Food Establishments
Real Estate Open Houses Permitted with Restrictions