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What To Expect When Searching For An Apartment With The New Lift Of COVID Restrictions In MA

On May 29th, the announcement was made that all COVID restrictions were to be lifted in Massachusetts. The decision for this major change was the rapid vaccination progress. Over 4.1 million residents were vaccinated by the first week of June, which is a major accomplishment.


However, we are still advised to follow the guidelines prescribed by the Centers for Disease Control and Preventions:

  • If you are fully vaccinated, you can resume activities that you did prior to the pandemic.

  • Fully vaccinated people can resume activities without wearing a mask or physically distancing.

  • Not vaccinated? Please continue to wear face-covering and keep your distance.

So does that mean we can go back to the normal way of finding an apartment?


What You Can Expect From East Coast Realty:

  • Our agents will try their best to keep their distance (within 6 feet) with customers and coworkers.

  • Fully-vaccinated agents or apartment-seekers no longer need to wear face coverings or social distance indoors or outdoor.

  • There is an exception for in-person showings when a unit is occupied. Our agents ask politely whether masks & hand sanitation are needed, regardless of whether they are vaccinated.

Connect with our agents!

One of our agents at East Coast Realty is ready to help you to find the best apartment and guide you through the process. Contact us here: https://www.eastcoastrealty.com/contact


Rather start browsing n your own for an apartment?

Check out our platform RentWise Boston, where you can find buildings that are checked twice to ensure an accurate representation of the Boston Market! Our agents can show you units that are available based on the buildings that you like. Start browsing here: https://www.rentwiseboston.com/

Sources:


https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/vaccines/vaccine-benefits.html


https://www.mass.gov/news/baker-polito-administration-to-lift-covid-restrictions-may-29-state-to-meet-vaccination-goal-by-beginning-of-june

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