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Denise (cell # (508) 241-6806) & Stacy (cell # (781) 540-9225)
Cape Cod Commission
A message from the Cape Cod Commission

Cape Cod & COVID-19
Resources for the Community

To our Cape Cod communities:

We are continuing to monitor the rapidly evolving COVID-19 situation and work closely with county and public health officials. The safety and well-being of our staff and the community is our priority and as such our staff is primarily working remotely. We will hold virtual meetings as appropriate and will make regular updates to our website to inform stakeholders and the public.

We have developed a list of  community resources  regarding COVID-19. As always, please visit our  website  for Commission project and program information. 
In difficult times we are stronger when we come together as a region, as one Cape Cod, to face our greatest challenges.

Stay healthy and well.

Kristy Senatori
Executive Director
COVID-19 - What you need to know as a small business
Although Massachusetts SBDC business advisors are working remotely and not meeting face-to-face with clients, we are meeting via telephone and video conferencing. Experienced MSBDC business advisors can assist businesses with disaster loan applications.
Massachusetts businesses are eligible to apply for SBA low-interest federal disaster loans for working capital to small businesses impacted by the Coronavirus....   
COVID-19 Insurance Impact Webinar
March 27 th

From Business Interruption Insurance to Professional Liability, this webinar will help you navigate the unprecedented environment we face. Join us for a quick overview of potential coverages impacted and documentation tips. There will be a Question and Answer Session at the end of the webinar. Feel free to submit any questions in advance to
Please note: We have limited capacity for this webinar, so please register as soon as possible. If you are unable to attend, or cannot secure a spot, a recording of the webinar will be emailed out Friday afternoon. 

SCORE is serving their clients and the small business community during the pandemic. 
They are Open and available to assist you with information about SBA and Commonwealth of MA benefits for small business.
Cape Cod Healthcare Announces Expanded Medical Supply Donation Program​
Donations to be accepted at five locations across Cape Cod
( Hyannis, MA – March 23, 2020 ) Beginning noon on Tuesday, March 24 , Cape Cod Healthcare (CCHC) will expand the number of locations where residents can donate essential medical supplies to be used by healthcare providers to protect themselves as they care for patients in the fight against the coronavirus (COVID-19).
Items needed are listed by priority:
  • Isolation Gowns
  • Face Shields
  • Surgical Masks
  • Nitrile Gloves
  • 3M N95 Masks # 1860,1860S & 1870
  • Disinfectant Wipes
  • No Touch or Forehead Thermometers
“We have been overwhelmed by the generosity of our local community and friends,” said Michael Lauf, president and CEO of Cape Cod Healthcare. “It is a true indication of how Cape Cod has banded together during this COVID-19 crisis.”
Due to the outpouring of generosity from local residents, Cape Cod Healthcare will be working with the Cape Cod Medical Reserve Corps to expand the medical supply donation program to include additional sites across Cape Cod.
Many generous Cape Cod residents and others have offered to donate hand-sewn masks. To help ensure the safety of physicians, nurses and staff, unopened or sealed packages of medical grade masks in all sizes are preferred. Hand-sewn masks will be accepted at donation locations. Masks should be boxed or sealed in plastic.
Donations can be made at the following locations: (Please see maps below.)
·         Falmouth Hospital - 100 Ter Heun Drive, Falmouth (Employee Parking lot)
·         Fontaine Outpatient Medical Center – 525 Long Pond Road, Harwich
·         Hyannis Urgent Care - 1220 Iyannough Road, Hyannis
·         Parking Lot - 9 East Main Street, Hyannis (intersection of Rt. 28)
·         Stoneman Outpatient Medical Center – 2 Jan Sebastian Dr, Sandwich
For location information, please visit

In our ongoing effort to work with local and state authorities regarding the Governor's Shelter-In-Place and Nantucket's request for travel restrictions, we will be adjusting our Nantucket ferry schedule to best accommodate essential travel.

Tomorrow – Tuesday, March 24 th  we will operate our regular off-season schedule of five round-trips to help people with reservations at a time when they have been given very short notice to make other arrangements.

Then, on Wednesday, March 25th our schedule will reduce to three (3) round-trips daily at the following times of departure:

Depart Hyannis at 7:45 am, 11:15 am & 3:05 pm

Depart Nantucket at 9:15 am, 12:45 pm & 4:35 pm

We will continue to monitor travel demand and adjust the number of daily trips or departure times if it becomes necessary. All updates will be made available via email, on our website , Facebook and Twitter.

Additionally, onboard concessions will no longer be available starting Tuesday, March 24 th . For information about take-out food options on the Cape please visit Love Live Local .

For more information regarding the Town of Nantucket travel restrictions, click here.

We will continue to update you as circumstances change.

Hy-Line Cruises | (800) 492-8082 |

To Our Customers,

A lot has changed over the last week. One thing that has not changed is our commitment to our customers. Governor Baker has ordered all non-essential businesses to close , effective March 24, 2020. The sanitation industry is considered an essential service. Please be assured we will continue to service our customers as usual.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact our office at 508-255-1419. We are available weekdays between 5AM and 5PM and weekends between 7AM and 3PM.

Thank you for your continued support. Stay healthy.

The Team at Nauset Disposal
On-line/Telephone Shopping Information

As an essential business deemed by the state, we will continue to be open to serve our customers' pet food and supply needs. However, we have made some changes for the health and safety of our customers and community. Effective immediately, we will be open for curbside pickup and local delivery only . Customers will not be allowed in the store at this time. We have also reduced our hours to allow more time for delivery.

*Curbside pickup will be available Tuesday - Sunday from 10am - 2pm or by appointment
*Free delivery is available in Sandwich with a $15 minimum order

Please call 774-413-5398 to place an order for pickup or delivery. For more details, please see our website: .
As an essential business Sullivan Tire & Auto Service will be open for all automotive services especially for essential business’s on Cape Cod

Sullivan Tire & Auto Service
Business Specialist

We are still making pottery, quilts and , the Cape Cod Seagulls! Check out or website

You can call us 5082402529 or 

To place an order just call or email and we will be happy to deliver to your car, or deliver any order over $30 Cape wide. 

Kathy & Andrew
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