COVID-19 Information & Resources
The Board of Health also strongly recommends the following:
- Stay home when you are not feeling well;
- Stay up to date with COVID-19 vaccine;
- Get tested to prevent the spread of COVID-19 virus to others;
- Follow isolation and quarantine guidelines as appropriate;
- Increase ventilation – open windows and use fans;
- Conduct activities outdoors, when possible;
- Open windows in vehicles and on buses.
The Lexington Department of Public Health will discontinue updating weekly case numbers as of May 11, 2023. The data represented on the dashboard does not include at-home test results. The data only represents the results of PCR and antigen tests verified through the Massachusetts Department of Public Health.
For state COVID-19 data please visit.
- View Lexington's case numbers. (Dashboard no longer updated as of May 11, 2023.)
- View the State's COVID-19 dashboard.
- Check the State's website for information on vaccinations and booster shots.
- Frequently asked questions about booster shots.
- Get your COVID-19 Digital Vaccine Card from the State
- At-home test kits are available at some Town Offices while supplies last
- Visit the State's website for additional testing options
Quarantine & Isolation Information
The state has developed updated information about quarantining and insolation, including:
- COVID-19 Symptoms
- The difference between isolation and quarantine
- When you should quarantine or isolate
- How long you should quarantine or isolate
- The Town indoor mask order has been lifted by the Board of Health. Lexington no longer requires masks to be worn inside public spaces, including schools and school buses.
- COVID-19 case numbers by community
- COVID-19 data for Lexington (up to March 25, 2022)