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COVID-19 Updates & Resources

As Massachusetts enters Phase Three of Reopening the week of July 6th, some MADRC-affiliated research clinics are beginning in-person visits while some will continue virtual visits.

The Brigham and Women’s Hospital Center for Alzheimer Research and Treatment (CART) resumes on site appointments this week on a limited basis. Staff are eager to welcome back participants and study partners of ongoing clinical trials and are taking precautions to keep everyone safe, including: wearing masks; limiting the number, and duration of, exposures; screening staff and participants and study partners for COVID-19 symptoms 24-72 hours prior to visits, and sanitizing exam and testing rooms before and after every visit.

For a list of other precautions being taken at CART click here.

Please take a moment to watch this Mass General Brigham video on our Safe Care Commitment: https://youtu.be/pmrpTqAfYyw

 

For information about the Massachusetts Travel Order click here

Details about additional MADRC-affiliated research centers will be shared as they are made available.

 

Partners Healthcare has set up a COVID-19 hotline for clinicians, patients and the public at 617-724-7000. For the most accurate updates on COVID-19, visit: CDC.gov and/or WHO.int

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