What Cape Cod officials are saying about the summer season

what cape cod officials are saying about the summer season

“All indications — including advanced bookings both in the traditional lodging space and the short-term rental space — all those indications are that Cape Cod will have a banner summer season,” said Sen. Julian Cyr, who represents Cape Cod, Nantucket, and Martha’s Vineyard, during a Cape Cod COVID-19 Response Task Force press conference on Thursday. “We expect this is due to the expectation that there will be a high vaccination rate and, certainly, the pent-up demand for easily-accessible leisure travel.”

As the summer season looms, however, several towns are currently considered high risk for COVID-19. Nearly half of Barnstable County’s 15 towns are considered high risk for the disease.

“We continue to monitor the situation that is going on on the mid-Cape,” said Scott O’Brien, of Barnstable County Department of Health and the Environment. “Last week we still had a lot of testing happening and that was good, we were able to identify a lot of cases and get folks into quarantine as well. Really, a lot of great work was done in the town of Barnstable and the town of Yarmouth and the other towns that have gone into the red. Those health agents in those communities have really become such heroes in responding to this and getting out there and getting into their communities and doing the best they can to control these numbers…

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