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Cape Cod Coronavirus UPDATE May 27 - Restrictions Cases Tips

Wednesday, May 27, 2020: Cape Cod Coronavirus COVID-19 Latest Updates and News: Stay informed about the covid-19 coronavirus and tips how to fight against it.

Cape Cod Coronavirus Cases:
Updated on May 27, 2020.
  • Barnstable County, Cape Cod.
  • < 1,277 Confirmed cases (1 in 167 people), < 110 deaths.
  • Massachusetts.
  • < 93,271 Confirmed cases; < 6,416 deaths.


New beach restrictions:
Towels 12 feet apart.
Beaches open for Passive Recreation - Will open for more activities in Phase 1 — May 25.
Distance Requirements: Min. of 12 ft distance between toweling & beach blanket groups
  • -  Capacity: Can be limited by manager to achieve social distancing guidance
  • -  Group Size Limit: 10 people max. when seated
  • -  Face Coverings Required: masks worn at beaches and parking
    areas when social distancing is not possible in accordance
    with COVID-19 Executive Order No. 31
  • -  Other Beach Activities: Water sports allowed; No ball sports
    (volleyball, spike ball, Kadima, bocce)
    more guidance documents
Here information about the virus and how to protect:

Cases Overview for May 14, 2020.
  • Barnstable County, Cape Cod.
1,093 Confirmed cases, 73 deaths.
  • Massachusetts.
80,497 Confirmed cases, 5,315 deaths.

Confirmed Cases by Town:
Count and Rate (per 100,000) of Confirmed COVID-19 Cases in MA by City/Town, January 1, 2020 – May 14, 2020
  • Brewster 91
  • Chatham 12
  • Dennis 78
  • Eastham 10
  • Falmouth 150
  • Harwich 106
  • Mashpee 45
  • Orleans 15
  • Provincetown 21
  • Truro 9
  • Wellfleet <5
  • Yarmouth 96

Cape Cod Beaches & Covid 19 Information:
In response to the coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak, Cape Cod National Seashore closed public buildings, including restrooms.
Check latest National Seashore
alerts & conditions.
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Is 6 feet enough for social distancing?

A
MIT researcher says droplets carrying coronavirus can travel up to 27 feet.
Let's beach smart.
Please stay
at least 12 feet apart.

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Dapixara.

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