A coronavirus break out linked to a Cape Cod summertime holiday hotspot triggered regional health authorities on Monday to institute a brand-new mask advisory, a report said.
Many of those infected are completely vaccinated and 89 of them are Massachusetts homeowners, the report said.
Homeowners in Provincetown, Massachusetts, are being recommended to wear the face coverings inside following the cluster of 132 cases that is believed to have actually come from Fourth of July events, NBC Boston reported.
At least one member of the health board felt more action is needed.
As part of the advisory, passed Monday by the Provincetown Board of Health, high-density venues are prompted to impose vaccination status upon entry, the report said.
A young boy with a protective mask fishes on Race Point Beach, part of Cape Cod National Seashore, Monday, May 25, 2020, in Provincetown, Mass.AP
” I have to state, Im a little disappointed that we have not taken a more powerful stand on this. Instead of just advising, we should require masks,” said Dr. Janet Whelan, according to the report.
A server prepares to bring plates of food to customers at Tin Pan Alley restaurant in Provincetown.AP