LPS meal distribution updates, new Lynn youth sports guidelines, Library updates, + more | March 31, 2021

MARCH 31, 2021

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ICYMI: Visit our free election webpage with info. such as current candidate lists, interactive polling location map, & more. CLICK HERE TO VISIT!

The state of MA has advanced to Step 1 of Phase IV & updated its travel advisory. Click here for more info.

COVID Vaccine Clinics available for Lynn Educators March 26th, April 2nd, and April 9th. Click here for more info.

Lynn Public Schools Meal Distribution plan changes beginning April 5th

In Person Students

  • In Person students will receive a breakfast in the morning and a grab and go lunch at dismissal each day
  • Multiple day meal boxes will end on April 9, 2021 with a five day meal box

Remote Students

  • Multiple day meal boxes will end on April 9, 2021 with a five day meal box
  • Starting April 14th, five day meal boxes will now be offered Wednesday evening between 3:00-6:00 pm at ten select elementary schools (See schools below)

Starting April 14th-Remote Meal Sites:

  • Callahan (New)
  • Cobbet
  • Drewicz
  • Ford
  • Harrington
  • Hood (New)
  • Ingalls
  • Lincoln-Thomson
  • Sisson (New)
  • Tracy

*Five days worth of breakfast and lunch
This institution is an equal opportunity employer.

The above information was taken from the Lynn Public Schools’ Facebook page.

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Find a mass vaccine location near you by clicking here. For phasing details and the most up-to-date vaccination timeline please click here.

For a list of workers currently eligible please click here.

A vaccination site has opened at Lynn Tech for Lynners

Find out more & watch a video tour by clicking here.
Schedule an appointment by clicking here.

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City of Lynn guidelines for returning to youth sports during COVID-19

Below are the newly approved guidelines for youth sports in Lynn, authored by the City of Lynn Public Health Dept. and Dept. of Parks & Recreation. These guidelines were accepted during the March 30th meeting of the Lynn Board of Park Commissioners, which you can watch by clicking here. Below is a PDF of the new guidelines, you can click an image to be brought to the full image-set.

City of Lynn guidelines for returning to youth sports during COVID-19

The above information was provided to us by the Lynn
Board of Park Commissioners.

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Lynn Public Library open by appointment, offering curbside services

The Lynn Public Library is now open for appointments. Patrons can call 781-595-0567 or email Lyn@noblenet.org to request a 30 minute appointment for browsing in the Children’s or Adult/Teen Departments or public computer use. Appointments must be made before visiting the library. Masks are required. For more details about booking an appointment please click here.
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We will still be offering printing, faxing and item pick up through our curbside service. Our new curbside hours will be Monday, Wednesday, Friday 10am-4pm and Tuesday and Thursday 10am-7:30pm. For more information about our curbside services please click here.

The above info. was taken from the Lynn Library’s Facebook page.

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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 389 with 61 new cases today. 15,927 Lynn residents have recovered and 208 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 16,524. Please visit the City of Lynn COVID-19 Data Dashboard which is updated daily. 

COVID-19 vaccine appointments are available at Lynn Tech Fieldhouse for people who live or work in Lynn & Nahant or are Lynn Community Health Center Patients and meet state eligibility requirements (Massachusetts Phase 1 & Phase 2 Steps 1, 2, 3 & 4: 60 year of age or older or with two or more chronic health conditions, Educators and certain workers. Residents age 75+ may be accompanied by one caregiver who can book an appointment themselves.) Please visithttps://www.lchcnet.org/covid-19-vaccine-scheduling to make an appointment online. Residents without access to the Internet can call 2-1-1 to make an appointment 7 days a week.

Please visit http://www.ci.lynn.ma.us/covid19/resources.shtml#p7GPc1_2 for the most up to date COVID-19 testing information, as well as more detailed information on the State and City of Lynn’s Reopening Guidelines. We will continue to provide regular updates on COVID-19 through the City website (www.lynnma.gov), social media, and the Smart 911 emergency notification system (sign up at www.smart911.com).

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