COVID-19 Information & Bulletins

Board of Health - Mask mandate effective December 20th, 2021

COVID-19 Mandatory Policies & Procedures for Wearing of Masks or Other Face Coverings in the City of Westfield

Face Covering Sign

Use Masks to Slow the Spread of COVID-19 - Centers for Disease Control & Prevention

 Westfield COVID 19 Case Data

Present Reporting Period:
Jan 6 - Jan 12
New Confirmed Cases: 853
Related Deaths: 2
Percentage of new unvaccinated cases: 73% ( 621 of 853)

Present Reporting Period: Notes
  • New confirmed COVID case numbers increased significantly this week.
  • It should be noted that the 853 new confirmed cases were laboratory confirmed, not rapid home tests.
  • New cases in unvaccinated individuals continue to dominate this category.
  • School aged children accounted for 21% of the new cases.
  • Westfield's vaccination rate is at 58% and continues to be low in comparison to other local similar communities.
  • Please wear your mask when in public to help protect yourself and others especially those children ineligible to be vaccinated.
  • Please consider getting yourself and other eligible individuals vaccinated and boostered.

Prior Reporting Period:  Dec 30 - Jan 5
New Confirmed Cases: 538
Related Deaths: 2
 Percentage of new unvaccinated cases:
70% ( 377 of 538)

Cumulative Reported as of: Jan 12
Confirmed Cases: 6913
Related Deaths: 128
New confirmed COVID case numbers rose significantly this week.

Please use the links below for current COVID-19 information and guidelines

Centers For Disease Control & Prevention - COVID19 Page  -

State of MA COVID-19 Updates and Information -

Isolation and Quarantine Guidance for the General Public -

Any COVID-19 information (regulations, policies, news) specific to Westfield can be found below:

COVID-19 Mandatory Policies & Procedures for Wearing of Masks or Other Face Coverings in the City of Westfield - effective Dec 20th, 2021

COVID Testing In Westfield
Curative, a medical testing company will provide PCR COVID tests, at no cost to the patient; Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays from 10 am to 5 pm in the Municipal Parking lot, 19 Railroad Ave. No appointment is needed, however patients can pre register to save time at the testing site at

Patients with health insurance are requested to bring their insurance card.  Insurance coverage is not required.

Test are self-collected, and results are typically available in 2 days.