The Adams Board of Health shared its concern on Wednesday about increasing cases of COVID-19 in town.
Chairman David Rhoads gave the update at Wednesday's meeting and said there are now, once again, active cases for the first time in months.
"It is kind of unsettling because we were like three months without a case," he said. "We don't know if they are travel-related or what so it is kind of hard to know how to respond."
Just last month, the Board of Health reported that there were no known cases in Adams.
According to the map, in the last 14 days, there have been five positive cases in Adams. The town's percent positivity rate is 1.18 percent, higher than the state's seven-day average of 0.9.
Board member Peter Hoyt said levels are reaching numbers seen in town around July 4.
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