Teresa R. Riley-Singh has been appointed as Saugus' second Public Health to assist the town in managing the COVID-19 pandemic. (Saugus Town Hall)
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Saugus hires second Public Health Nurse to help fight rising COVID cases

SAUGUS — Teresa R. Riley-Singh has been appointed Saugus’ second public health nurse to assist the town’s efforts in mitigating the spread of COVID-19, Town Manager Scott Crabtree announced this week. 

Riley-Singh, a registered nurse with 15 years of experience in public and private healthcare, joins Public Health Nurse Mary McKenzie in assisting the town's health director and Board of Health in their continued battle against the virus, which has landed Saugus in the state’s high-risk transmission category for months. 

“We are happy to welcome Teresa as an additional public health nurse for the town of Saugus,” Crabtree said. “Teresa holds extensive experience in, and advanced knowledge of, public health and nursing, which w…

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