|Last updated 06/21/2022|
|Board of Health COVID Rescources (scroll down for ALL information)
There were 42 confirmed cases of Covid-19 between March 14 and June 11 in Hardwick. The total count in Hardwick as of June 11, 2022 is 457 since the beginning of the pandemic.
Anyone over the age of 6 months and lives, works, or studys in Massachusetts, can now get vaccinated. For new information about vaccines for young children, click here.
Vaccine fact sheets (from the CDC):
Any Hardwick resident who is home bound and would like assistance finding or receiving a vaccination can call the Board of Health office 413-477-6197 Ext. 108 to request support.
You will never be asked for a credit card number to make an appointment.
Do you need a test to determine if you may have COVID-19? The testing sites here are available. Please contact the facility directly with any questions or to make an appointment, if needed.
Click here for Travel advisory for the Commonwealth.
Text COVIDMA to 888-777 to have up-to-date alerts sent to your cell phone.
Sign up for CodeRed to receive emergency notifications from the Town of Hardwick.
Sign up for Hardwick's Virtual Common, a volunteer-run email discussion list where residents of Hardwick and New Braintree can connect to ask for help or share resources.
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