COVID-19 Resources

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Positive for COVID-19? Get treatment, right away!

Free treatments for COVID-19 are available. They can help prevent hospitalization and reduce your chance of severe disease.

Treatment is available for people who are at increased risk of severe disease, test positive for COVID-19, and have any symptoms, even mild ones (such as runny nose or cough).
The sooner you start treatment, the better.
  • Call your doctor right away to learn about your treatment options, OR
  • Call (508) 213-1380 to speak with a Gotham representative. If you’re eligible for COVID-19 treatment, they can schedule an infusion appointment for you at one of their 7 sites in Massachusetts. Gothams COVID-19 Self-Referral Treatment Line is open Monday–Sunday from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Visit to learn more.

There are many resources available regarding Corona Virus. We have listed the most reliable sources below.

We are mask-friendly. Please feel free to wear a mask if you would like to when attending any COA program or activity.

Just a reminder, if you are not vaccinated, you should wear a mask at all times to protect yourself and others.

Anyone 18 and over is now available to receive a booster. Click here for information to help you learn about boosters and find booster locations. If you need assistance, please contact the COA at 508-651-7858.

The CDC guidelines regarding Corona Virus continually change. When indoors or with big groups it is recommended you wear a mask, keep socially distant, and wash your hands frequently. 

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

MA Department of Public Health

Town of Sherborn COVID page

Vaccine Information

Avoid COVID Scams

How to wear a face mask properly

For those that Need Help

If you or someone you know, regardless of age, needs assistance (such as help arranging for grocery delivery to your home, getting medications, or running errands), please call the Sherborn Council on Aging (COA) at 508-651-7858 or email [email protected].

For medical emergencies, continue to call 911.