Coronavirus Information/Links

Number of Orleans Confirmed and Probable Cases:   35 (as of 11/04, updated weekly)

MA Department of Public Health COVID-19 Case Tracking Information:

New Travel Order Starting August 1, 2020

Covid Safe Practices Concern Form

Please fill out and submit this form if you would like to report possible concerns about non-compliance with the Commonwealth’s travel advisory quarantine, face covering, gathering, or other public health rules.

MA Department of Public Health Community Level COVID 19 Data Reporting

Covid 19 Test Site Locator

Below are the steps required for testing: (Link for full instructions from Cape Cod Health)

  1. If you are experiencing symptoms, including fever, coughing or shortness of breath, call your doctor.
  2. Your doctor will screen you over the phone to assess if you should be tested.
  3. If your doctor determines you should be tested, he or she will provide an electronic order for the test which is sent directly to the testing facility.
  4. Cape Cod Healthcare staff will then call you to set up an appointment for testing. Note: You need a doctor’s order to be tested. Testing cannot be performed on anyone without a doctor’s order and we will have to turn away those arriving at the testing site without a doctor’s order and an appointment.

Reopening Cape Cod

Thanksgiving Guidelines during COVID

Orleans Buildings and Facilities Closed to the Public

Information from Governor Baker:

Information from the Orleans Health Department:

Resources for Seniors:

Family & Individual Resources:

Domestic Violance Resources:

Business Resources:

Housing and Food Resources:

Other Resources:

Sign-up for CodeRED emergency phone notifications

Sign-up for E-Mail Alerts from the Town of Orleans

The Town of Orleans is a vibrant, strong community and we are all working together to support each other through this difficult time.  Information on COVID-19 is ever evolving and we will do our best to update the information and resources on this page often. 

If you have questions or concerns related to COVID-19 that are not addressed above, please call the Health Department at (508) 240-3700 ext. 2450.