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Boston Asks Provincetown Travelers To Get Tested For Coronavirus, Isolate

July 21, 2021

Have you been to Provincetown recently?

If so, the city of Boston is warning you to self-isolate and to get a test for coronavirus. There have been at least 35 coronavirus cases in Boston that can be traced back to Provincetown this month, the Boston Public Health Commission says, according to The Associated Press.

The commission asks that anyone who has been to Provincetown get tested within five days of returning and that people self-isolate and avoid large gatherings until they test negative for the virus.

Provincetown has had more than 100 positive coronavirus tests since Independence Day and now has a mask advisory in place.

Provincetown is a popular vacation destination among homosexuals.

The Boston Public Health Commission announced the advisory on Tuesday, July 20.

Health officials in Provincetown have not announced a theory for the spike, but have noted it occurred after Fourth of July weekend, when the crowded little town at the northern tip of Cape Cod draws a lot of visitors.

In the early evening of Wednesday, July 21, Provincetown’s town manager, Alex Morse, announced via Facebook that 256 cases of coronavirus associated with the Provincetown cases have been reported to the state, through Tuesday, July 20.


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