City of Greenfield COVID-19 Updates
Total Cumulative Cases Since 1/1/20 (Lab confirmed): 5,085
Cumulative Cases in February 2023: 0
Last seven days: 23
Cumulative Cases in January 2023: 84
Cumulative Cases in December 2022: 158
Cumulative Cases in November 2022: 138
Cumulative Cases in October 2022: 147
Cumulative Cases in September 2022: 143
Cumulative Cases in August 2022: 107
Cumulative Cases in July 2022: 129
Cumulative Cases in June 2022: 142
Cumulative Cases in May 2022: 352
Cumulative Cases in April 2022: 181
Cumulative Cases in March 2022: 103
Cumulative Cases in February 2022: 236
Cumulative Cases in January 2022: 1416
Individuals with at least one dose: 83% - per capita, Greenfield residents.
Fully vaccinated: 73% - per capita, Greenfield residents.
Fully vaccinated with booster: 45% - per capita, Greenfield residents.
Click here for waste water data: https://biobot.io/data/
Updated February 2, 2023, at 8:34 a.m.
For more state and local information (updated weekly) click here.
Wastewater tracking measures the concentration of SARS-CoV-2 in the City’s wastewater system. It supplements COVID surveillance by filling gaps in testing data created by lack of testing, asymptomatic cases, and lack of reporting for home tests. The City’s testing partner, Biobot Analytics, reports results weekly; you can see those reports here.
Testing in Greenfield
The Greenfield Health Department offers rapid antigen testing. Please call for an appointment 413-824-5855
**PLEASE NOTE: The testing center at GCC in Greenfield will be closing permanently on December 26.
PCR TESTING IN GREENFIELD: The company Curative, which has been doing testing in South Deerfield, will now be offering PCR testing at GCC at the East Building, 1 College Drive.
Monday: 1-4 p.m.
Tuesday: 1-4 p.m.
Wednesday: 1-4 p.m.
Saturday, Sunday: CLOSED
Hours may be expanded as staff is hired.
Click here to register for an appointment: cur.tv/gcc. Patients need to bring an ID and Health Insurance card, however insurance is not required; inform the staff if you don't have insurance.
Though the Curative COVID testing site at Greenfield Community College is closing next week, you still have a number of options to access testing:
-The federal government is making additional home test kits available. Order yours here:
-The Greenfield Health Department has free antigen tests available during business hours at 20 Sanderson Street.
-Find a PCR testing location here: https://www.mass.gov/info-details/find-a-covid-19-test.
-At-home COVID PCR, flu and RSV test kits are also available for order. The cost varies depending on insurance coverage: https://www.ondemand.labcorp.com/at-home-test-kits/covid-19-flu-rsv-test-home-collection-kit
PCR testing is available at more than 450 locations across the state. You can search for locations here: www.mass.gov/gettested.
Residents can access COVID-19 rapid antigen at-home test kits from a number of locations, including over-the-counter at local pharmacies, such as CVS or Walgreens, and through other retailers, such as Amazon or Walmart. Health insurers are required to cover up to eight over-the-counter at-home tests per person each month. Each household can also order four free at-home tests from the federal government here: https://special.usps.com/testkits.
PCR testing is available at Walgreens in Greenfield or through your Primary Care Physicians office.
What do I do if I test positive?
Treatment is available
If you meet specific criteria you may be eligible for Antiviral Monoclonal Antibody therapy. Please reach out to you PCP right away.
Click here to search for vaccine appointments in Massachusetts
Click here to find out about In-Home Vaccinations
Posted: Wed, Mar 18, 2020 04:19 PM
Updated Thu, Feb 2, 2023 12:00 AM