COVID-19 testing at Ingalls school this Saturday, start of City Hall outdoor services, & more | June 17, 2020

Tune in at 3pm every Monday, Wednesday, & Friday on our Government Channel or Facebook page for an update from city officials. Past updates can be found by clicking here. At 2pm & 8pm we are also airing Gov. Baker’s press conferences.

See other COVID-19 related posts by clicking here

We have received many questions in regards to the graduations for Lynn Public Schools. These graduations are being aired on Lynn Educational TV, a channel that operates separate from us.

View their channel schedule by clicking here.
The Lynn Public Schools Facebook page has also posted ceremonies.

Limited COVID-19 testing available at Ingalls School this Saturday

  1. Do you have symptoms of COVID-19 or been in close contact with someone with symptoms?
  2. Are you 15 years of age or older?
  3. Are you a resident of Lynn?

If you answered yes to all 3 of these questions above and are interested in being tested for COVID-19, please note the following:

The City of Lynn in partnership with Lynn Community Health Center, North Shore Medical Center, and North Shore Physicians Group is offering COVID-19 testing on Saturday, June 20th, from 9AM-12PM at Ingalls School.

200 tests will be completed on a first come, first serve basis.

You do not need to be a Lynn Community Health Center or North Shore Physician Group patient to be screened. You will not be asked about your immigration status and you do not have to have health insurance.

If you develop emergency warning signs of COVID-19 (trouble breathing, pain or chest chest pressure, confusion or inability to arouse, bluish lips & face), get medical attention immediately or call 911.

A reminder that tonight from 7:30-9pm Housing Lynn will host a virtual panel discussion on the future of residential development in Lynn.

You can register on Zoom at We will also be airing this LIVE on tv (Comcast: 22 / Verizon: 37) & online (click here).

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Lynn City Hall Outdoor Services start today

Photo courtesy of Mayor McGee’s Facebook page

Residents can now stop by the Johnson Street entrance on Wednesdays and Fridays from 9AM-12PM for select services.

Face coverings must be worn when receiving service.

Pay your real estate, excise, & personal property tax bills as well as the solid waste fee. Check or money order is preferred. Cash will only be accepted if the exact amount is provided.

The City Clerk’s Office is offering outdoor services by appointment during these times. Please call 781-586-6726 or email to make an appointment for licenses, birth/marriage certificates, notary public services, election paper drop off, etc.

Protest planned for this Friday

Alliance for Community Media statement on social & racial justice

Lynn Community Television is a proud member of the ACM. Their values & many of their statements mentioned below reflect ours, and as such we felt the need to share this message.

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The Alliance for Community Media (ACM) has a long history of organizing to empower individuals, organizations, and communities to address significant issues in the pursuit of justice, liberty, and equity. The ACM’s mission and values are based on the Constitution and the Bill of Rights and in particular the First Amendment.

The Alliance for Community Media’s vision is that all communities have the resources, ability and right to express themselves, create community dialogue and engage in civic life through local media. Our guiding principles are to promote free speech, expand civic engagement through local media, and ensure the people can seek redress of their grievances.
The power of witness is clear. When the video cameras are rolling, unedited, and unfiltered, the truth finds the light of day. This is the fundamental concept of public access and community media: to empower our community voices with the power of media to tell their story their way.
Our fight against injustice includes standing together against racism, hate, police brutality, and systemic oppression in our communities. We stand in solidarity with the many people and organizations that condemn structural, implicit and explicit racism that leads to the denial of human and constitutional rights. We cannot be silent, we haven’t been silent and when those who are not the victims of these injustices do not speak they empower the perpetrators of injustice to act with impunity.
Let us work together to make the recent slayings the turning point to move to a more understanding, compassionate, and welcoming community that supports access, equity, and accountability, free from prejudice, malice, and hate.
ACM Board of Directors
Read the full list of Board of Directors of ACM by clicking here.

From Mayor McGee’s office: The Lynn Public Health Department has confirmed that as of today, the number of active, confirmed positive COVID-19 cases is 987 with 9 new cases today. 2,503 Lynn residents have recovered and 95 have died. The total number of confirmed positive COVID-19 cases in Lynn since March 21, 2020, including those who have died and recovered, is 3,585. Please visit the new City of Lynn COVID-19 Data Dashboard which is updated daily.
We will continue to provide regular updates on COVID-19 through the City website (, social media, and the Smart 911 emergency notification system (sign up at

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