Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information and Updates

The City of Brockton reminds residents of the Governor's orders to wear masks in public to stop the spread of COVID-19

Current COVID Status in Brockton, MA

Last updated on Sunday, December 26, 2020

New Reported Cases Today

139

∑ = 8,950
Total

Active Cases

2,500

2,447 Yesterday

Currently in Hospital/ICU*

84/11

89/11 Yesterday

New Reported Deaths Today

0

0 Yesterday

Total deaths:

351

Average Daily Cases:

88.3

Per 100,000 population

Positive test rate

11.5%

Board of Health

CHAIRPERSON:
Mary Brophy, M.D.

BOARD MEMBERS:
George F Fiske III
Craig S. Andrade, Dr. Ph

Meeting Times
The Board of Health meets the first Thursday of every month at 4:30 p.m. in the GAR Room of City Hall at 45 School Street.

BAMRC

The Brockton Area Medical Reserve Corps is a group of trained volunteers that work to make the community a safer place in the event of an emergency or disaster. A partnership between the Brockton Board of Health and the Massasoit Community College Division of Nursing & Allied Health, the BAMRC began in 2006.

The BAMRC offers volunteer opportunities for health professionals such as: doctors, nurses, EMTs, dentists, veterinarians, pharmacists, mental health counselors, physician assistants, allied health professionals, pharmacy technicians, psychologists, licensed social workers, and more. The BAMRC also has opportunities for non-medical professionals to volunteer as: greeters, educators, IT specialists, transportation drivers, child care, clergy, food prep, interpreters, escorts, maintenance/custodial, data entry, public safety, and more.

Whether you have medical skills or just want to contribute to the health and safety of your community, BAMRC needs you.

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For a volunteer or a Medical Reserve Corps application, contact the Board of Health  at (508) 580-7175

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