At nursing homes most vulnerable to Covid, filings show 80% of workers are vaccinated

Among the dramatically dwindled cases of Covid, those under 20 account for most infections in city

Vaccinations of older teens lag in Cambridge; Manager says of Covid-19, time to ‘move on’

Libraries’ slow reopening locks out residents who need to escape heat wave, councillors say

Main Library reopens its doors in a limited way, with timing of full return and expansions hazy

In deciding to keep its library buildings closed, Cambridge chose safety for staff and residents

City disbands its Covid-19 Expert Advisory Panel, but warns that a need for masks may come back

It’s official: Vaccinated people can go unmasked throughout city as of May 29, aligned with state

Several options in free Covid vaccine for kids, maybe with side of ice cream for 12-and-ups

Cambridge leans toward unmasking like state May 29; emergency protections end on Aug. 15