COVID-19 Information Center

Town wide mask mandate rescinded-effective February 8, 2022. 


Per CDC, when community level is low, residents should consider staying up to date with COVID-19 vaccines, & get tested for COVID-19 if you have symptoms (even mild). To learn how the CDC determines community risk level click here.

COVID-19 cases in Southborough continue to decrease as of 6/24. We are considered low risk in the CDC community level and have a 7.4% positivity raite.

COVID-19 data by age was retired on 5/31/2022, please see weekly updates about overall COVID-19 numbers above, or on our Facebook Page

Updated isolation and quarantine guidance from Massachusetts DPH: click here

Massachusetts residents have a number of options to get tested for COVID-19. For more details, visit

COVID-19 vaccine information:

We continue to encourage residents to seek vaccination appointments. The vaccine is free for all; you do not need insurance or an ID to be eligible, and there are many walk-in sites available. If you are interested in a vaccine you can find a location near you through this website: COVID-19 vaccination locations | . You can also reach out to the Southborough Board of Health at 508-281-8983 for help scheduling an appointment for your COVID-19 vaccine. 

If you believe you need an in-home vaccination, please contact the In-Home Vaccination Central Intake Line at (833) 983-0485. For questions about the eligibility of an in-home vaccination you can call the Board of Health or click here. Anyone who is unable to get to a vaccination site is potentially eligible for an in-home vaccination.

Vaccinations in Southborough as of June 21, 2022

Age Group

Population% of Town PopulationIndividuals with at least one doseFully Vaccinated
5-11 Years7988%>95%>95%
12 -15 Years6196%>95%>95%
16 - 19 Years2,4886%>95%>95%
20 - 29 Years9169%>95%>95%
30 - 49 Years2,07021%>95%>95%
50 - 64 Years2,57927%>95%91%
65 - 74 Years99510%>95%87%
75 + Years6627%>95%





Booster Doses administeredBooster doses per Capita