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Tuesday, March 17, 2020

昆市府所有辦公大樓3月17日起停止對外開放 市民洽公可打電話,上網,發電郵

From City of Quincy

(Boston Orange)昆士市長柯奇(Thomas Koch316日宣佈,所有市府辦公室將從2020317(週二)起對外關閉。市政府仍將辦公,工作人員照常上班,但市民得經由電話,網路或郵件來辦事。緊急服務不受影響。查詢完整的市府部們電話號碼及聯絡資訊,可上網www.quincyma.gov
昆市府表示,如預期那樣,檢測擴大後,COVID-19的確診個案開始增加,和昆士市居民有關的病例,也新增8宗。
昆市府根據麻州州長查理貝克的行政命令,有以下一系列新規定:
所有學校將一直關閉到46日。
學生可以在北昆士(North Quincy)高中,昆士(Quincy)高中,Snug HarborLincoln-Hancock等地領取“拿了就走( Grab and Go)”餐。膳食供應時間為上午11點至中午。其他詳細資訊可在昆士公校系統(QPS)網站上查詢。
317日午夜開始,所有的餐館、酒吧都不准在店內讓人用餐或喝飲品。
禁止25人以上的聚會。
昆市府提供
所有的公開法規委員會會議將至少推遲到330日。
所有公共設施將繼續每天進行積極的環境清潔
例如老年人和身體有病的這些容易受傷害的人,和別人接觸時要格外小心。
關於預防感染病毒,昆市府提供的建議如下:
許多預防感冒和流感的措施,也可預防冠狀病毒等其他呼吸道病毒,
避免大型聚會
經常用肥皂和溫水洗手至少20秒鐘。
咳嗽和打噴嚏時要遮住。
如果生病,請待在家。如果要去診所,辦公室或急診室,先打電話過去索要說明。
目前沒有疫苗可讓人預防感染這種新型冠狀病毒。不建議人們在公共場所戴口罩。在某些場合,例如診所候診室,要防止患呼吸道疾病的某個人傳染給其他人,口罩可能有用,但沒有確鑿證據顯示,口罩可以在醫療場所以外的地方保護戴口罩的人。
查詢更多資訊,可以到CDC網站https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/index.html,或是州政府網站www.mass.gov
市民有疑問,可以打電話到市長辦公室的市民服務處,617-376-1500,或者是昆士市公共衛生局617-376-1272



Below is from the City of Quincy:
Monday, March 16, 2020
COVID-19 update:
· Mayor Thomas Koch today announced that all city offices will be closed to the public effective Tuesday, March 17, 2020. The City will still operate and offices will still be staffed, but residents will be required to conduct business via telephone, the Internet or through the mail. No emergency services will be impacted. For a full list of department phone numbers and contact information, residents can visit www.quincyma.gov
· As expected, the number of confirmed positive cases of the COVID-19 virus are
beginning to increase as testing expands. Today, there are a total 8 positive cases additional positive cases involving Quincy residents.
· Per Governor Baker’s order, all schools remain closed through April 6.
· Students can pick up “Grab and Go” meals at North Quincy High School, Quincy High, Snug Harbor and Lincoln-Hancock. Meals will be available from 11 a.m. to noon. Additional details will be available on QPS website
· All restaurants and bars will not be allowed on-site consumption of food or drink beginning at midnight on March 17.
· Any gathering of 25 or more people is prohibited.
· All public regulatory board are postponed until at least March 30.
· All public facilities will continue to undergo aggressive environmental cleaning on a daily basis
· Residents in potentially vulnerable populations, such as seniors and those with underlying medical conditions, need to be particularly careful in their contacts with other people.
· Many of the things you do to help prevent colds and the flu can help protect you against other respiratory viruses such as Coronavirus:
o Avoid large gatherings
o Wash your hands often with soap and warm water for at least 20 seconds.
o Cover your coughs and sneezes.
o Stay home if you are sick. If you are ill call your healthcare provider for instructions before going to a clinic, office or emergency room.
· There are currently no vaccines available to protect against this novel coronavirus infection. It is not recommended that people wear masks when they are in public. Masks can be useful in some settings, such as a clinic waiting room, to prevent someone who has a respiratory illness from spreading it to others. There is no hard evidence that wearing a mask protects the wearer outside of the healthcare setting.
· For more information visit the CDC website at https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/index.html or the state’s website at www.mass.gov
· Residents with questions can call the Mayor’s Office of Constituent Services at 617-376-1500 or the Quincy Health Department at 617-376-1272.

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