Malden Public Health Director Chris Webb recently updated the latest numbers with respect to known cases of COVID-19. As of Thursday morning, March 26th, the City of Malden has thirteen (13) tested and confirmed cases of and these individuals are in isolation. There are also 25 residents quarantined because of contact with those who have tested positive. Malden’s Health Department has been in contact with the residents and all quarantine protocols and precautionary measures are being followed.
Additionally, the City of Malden has 51 presumed cases. To date, 62 residents have completed the quarantine or isolation period. Currently, Health Department nurses are monitoring 89 cases, and all are taken the necessary precautionary measures.
Tested and Confirmed Cases (in isolation)
Age Range of Confirmed Cases
30 to 82 years
Quarantined Cases (contact with someone testing positive)
Board Health Monitoring
Completed Quarantine or Isolation Period
It is anticipated that these numbers will increase as the State increases the amount of testing taking place. Please continue to avoid gatherings, practice social distancing, wash hands and sanitize surfaces frequently. If you feel sick, consult a medical professional immediately.