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Information on Coronavirus

Town Hall will open for walk-in service on Monday, October 5

Customers are strongly encouraged to conduct business online, via email, or over the phone whenever possible. 

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Dear Danvers Residents and Business Owners,

As your local leaders, we want you to know that we are prioritizing public communication in parallel to operational contingency planning.  To that end, we’ve set up this webpage as a place you can go for the latest information related to the COVID-19 outbreak affecting our community.  The best way to stay informed on what is happening locally is to bookmark this page, follow us on social media (@townofdanvers), and sign up for emergency notifications on the Town here.

Our collective responsibility right now is to slow the community spread of the Coronavirus, which will allow our healthcare professionals to do their job.  You have responded to that call and I thank you for that.  If you need us, call us, email us, message us.  We are here and we aren’t going anywhere.


Steve Bartha

Town Manager


Town of Danvers
Phones are staffed 8 AM- 4 PM
Monday - Thursday
8 AM - 12 PM

Number of Danvers Confirmed Cases


As of Friday November 27, 2020

Case numbers are updated weekly

Number of Active Cases in the Community


As of Friday, November 27, 2020

Case numbers are updated weekly

Active Cases Age Breakdown

Age RangeActive Case Numbers (as of November 27, 2020)
0-10 years old6
11-18 years old10
19-24 years old4
25 -29 years old11
30-39 years old15
40-49 years old14
50-59 years old21
60+ years old21

The number of active cases is compiled and reported by the Danvers Public Health Division every Friday . This reporting is a snapshot of cases as of the posting.  The Commonwealth's COVID-19 Community-Level Data Map, which is released on Thursdays, reports a slightly different metric, the daily average number of cases over the previous 14 days.  This is then calculated as a number per 100,000.  Both are accurate but will rarely be the same at any given point in time.

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