The City of Revere is closely monitoring the COVID-19 outbreak in Massachusetts and taking proactive steps to support containment efforts and prepare for further spread of the disease. Regular updates will be shared here and via social media.
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Data From 12/17/23-12/24/23
Wednesday January 3rd Update
Note: Case and positivity rates are only for tracked PCR tests,
and do not include data from home rapid tests.  

Vaccination Data Page


Data Updates


As of July 1st, 2022 the Public Health Department is transitioning from daily COVID-19 reports to weekly reports. All daily data since March 2020 has been converted to show counts for each week.

10/17/23 Important Data Notice: On October 5th, 2023 the State Public Health Department has launched a new viral respiratory illness dashboard that readjusted the reporting start and end dates. The Revere dashboard for COVID-19 reports has also adjusted to reflect the State's changes. Follow this link to view the archive of the data story from the May 2023 update:

May 2023 Update COVID Dashboard for Webpage 

7/19/22 Important Data Notice: Confirmed Cases and Probable Cases have been recombined as an adjustment to our new reporting system. On a monthly basis a new report will be pulled to re-evaluate and confirm our numbers. We greatly appreciate your patience as we transition into weekly reporting. 

7/18/22 Important Data Notice: In the conversion of daily COVID-19 reports into weekly reports, the 'Total' number of cases has been separated into 'Confirmed Cases' and 'Probable Cases'. Confirmed cases represent results from positive PCR tests.  Probable cases represent results from positive rapid antigen tests that are used at certain testing sites. The reason for this change is because the Probable case numbers are subject to change depending on if a person proceeds to get a confirmatory PCR test within 48 hours of their initial antigen test. If you have any questions related to the data please contact the Board of Health. 

7/6/22 Check our the City of Revere's new COVID-19 Story Dashboard. Click through the arrows below to navigate the city's data. 

5/10/23 As of 5/8/2023 we have reviewed our COVID-19 reporting metrics and will only be continuing to report the most relevant data points moving forward.  We will archive all old data presentations in the link below for historical review and use. 

1/9/2024 As of 1/3/2024, the City of Revere is no longer updating COVID data. We will continue to assess the need to have regular data updates based on COVID case trends. 

Follow this link here for the archived presentation prior May 2023: 


Testing Sites

American Legion Building - Beacon Testing

*CLOSING ON 3/31/23*



other covid-19 pcr testing locations

*AS OF MARCH 6, 2023*


Rite Aid:

  • 467 Broadway, Revere
  • Phone: 781-289-8656
  • By appointment only at
  • Monday-Friday: 9am-9pm
  • Saturday-Sunday: 9:00am-7:00pm
  • Most insurances cover the cost of the test. Patients with no insurance who are also symptomatic/exposed are eligible for $0 out-of-pocket COVID-19 testing.

Beth Israel Deaconess Urgent Care:

  • 1000 Broadway, Chelsea
  • Phone: 617-975-6000
  • Will only test symptomatic people, no appointment, walk-up only
  • Hours: Monday-Friday: 9:00am-7pm
  • Saturday-Sunday: 9:00am-5:00pm
  • Most insurances cover the cost of the test. Will be billed separately if no insurance coverage found.

Walgreens Revere:

  • 430 Broadway, Revere, MA, 02151
  • Phone: 781-289-3607
  • By appointment only at:
  • Monday-Sunday: 9am-5pm
  • Free of charge* or covered by select insurance plans. *Subject to change based on availability of federal funding.

East Boston Neighborhood Health Center:

  • 20 Maverick Square (enter outside the building on the corner of Maverick Square and Henry Street)
  • By appointment only call 617-568-4500 or
  • Monday-Friday: 8:30am-10:00am
  • Insurance needed to cover the cost or $100 fee for each test


Testing Positive for COVID-19

So you tested positive for COVID-19, what now?

1. Call your doctor!

2. Start isolating.

    • Please isolate in your home for at least 5 full days from either your symptom start date or the date of your positive test.
    • If you're still feeling sick, DO NOT LEAVE ISOLATION AFTER DAY FIVE. Stay at home.
    • Your symptoms must be gone for 24 hours or more to be cleared from isolation.
    • If possible, start isolating from people in your home: stay in a separate room, if possible use a different bathroom from the rest of your household or clean the bathroom well after each use. Wear a mask if you are around other family members, and don’t prepare meals with your family if possible.
  1. Call your close contacts!
    • Call anyone who you were in close contact with for the two days before your positive test or two days before you started developing symptoms. Let them know that they potentially have been exposed to COVID and need to take appropriate steps.
    • Your close contacts may also need to quarantine and should get tested about 3-5 days after exposure. Learn more about where to get tested in Revere here.
  1. If you took an at-home COVID-19 rapid test and got a positive result, please assume you are positive and follow the instructions above.
  1. The COVID-19 Hotline (617-933-0797) is available to the communities of Cambridge, Revere, Chelsea and Winthrop. The purpose of this hotline is 1) to provide COVID-19 guidance to people in our communities, and 2) to provide resource coordination to residents isolating at home away from others so that households can meet essential needs during the isolation period. Resource Coordinators are able to provide information on or referral for food, treatment, financial assistance, mask and test access, vaccine scheduling, etc. Hours of operation are M-F, 9-4:30pm, and calls are typically returned the same day.


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Food Assistance

Food Resources 

    • Cambridge Health Alliance’s Monthly Mobile Market
      • The Cambridge Health Alliance hosts a once-a-month event. Located at the Revere Care Center on 454 Broadway (back parking lot) and will take place 10:30 AM–11:30 AM each Saturday that it’s held. Open to all for free fresh fruits and vegetables. For more information, please visit
  • Project Bread
    • Hotline Hours: Monday-Friday: 8am – 7pm. Saturday: 10am – 2pm.
    • Project Bread counselors can assist callers with SNAP (information, eligibility screening, and over-the-phone application assistance), finding free meals for kids and school meal sites, summer meal sites, P-EBT, local food pantries and meal programs, and more.
    • Project Bread counselors can assist callers in 180 languages.
    • Project Bread’s FoodSource Hotline is toll-free and confidential, at 1-800-645-8333 and TTY 1-800-377-1292. Visit to learn more.
  • Food for Free produce boxes
    • At 200 Winthrop Ave. on Thursdays from 3-6pm or until supplies last. Revere residency is required; income eligible households only. You will be asked to complete an online form at the site.
  • Weekly Food Pantry
    • The First Congregational Church’s Food Pantry temporarily at 200 Winthrop Ave. is open every Wednesday night, 6:15-8:00 PM. This weekly food pantry is free and open to all, no residency requirements. Drive-ups encouraged but walk-ups welcomed. Residents will receive a bag of non-perishable food items to last their household 5-7 days. The pantry often also gives out a bag of perishable items as well as supplies last. Please do not arrive early.
  • Revere Public Schools.  Check the RPS website or on Facebook at RPS Dining Services for updates.
  • Veterans Food Pantry. First Wednesday of the month from 10:00am-12:30pm at American Legion at 249 Broadway in Revere. Available for Revere Veterans ONLY. Contact the Veterans’ Affairs Director to learn more.

Press Releases

Important Resources

Prevent Sewer Backups during Covid-19 Crisis
Information from the Revere Infrastructure Team
Comcast Discounted Internet Service
For qualified households
RCN Discounted Internet Service
For qualified households

Data and Testing FAQ

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Lauren Buck
Director, Department of Public Health

Paula Sepulveda
Administrative Assistant
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