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Wednesday, August 4, 2021

Provincetown coronavirus cluster: Boston residents visiting Cape Town should get tested and avoid clusters, city says

Boston residents who recently visited Provincetown are urged to get tested for the coronavirus and stay away from clusters in the wake of Cape Town’s COVID cluster.

At least 35 virus cases among Boston residents have been traced to the Provincetown cluster of 132 positive cases. The Boston Public Health Commission said Tuesday that an “overwhelming majority” of the 35 Boston cases are people who have been fully vaccinated.

Boston public health officials on Tuesday issued new guidance for city residents who have traveled to Provincetown through July 1.

“Get tested for COVID-19 at least 5 days after your return, regardless of immunization status or symptoms,” the Boston Public Health Commission wrote in its new guidance.

“Self-isolate and avoid groups or gatherings for at least 5 days and until you receive a negative COVID-19 test, regardless of vaccination status,” the commission said.

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