Thousands Tested At Lowell's Rapid Results Testing Site.

The first rapid testing site in the state was inundated with residents after opening yesterday. [WCVB]

Investigation Opened Into More Than Two Dozen Deaths At Holyoke Soldiers’ Home.

Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey has launched an investigation into the veteran's home with concern for other similar facilities. [Boston Herald]

More Than 900 Medical Workers Have Contracted Coronavirus In Eastern Massachusetts.

The number of medical workers contracting the virus continues to rise as the number of patients rises. [Boston.com]

Massachusetts Now Has More Than 16,000 Coronavirus Cases.

Today the state announced 77 new COVID-19 deaths with 1,588 new cases. [Boston 25 News]

Some Massachusetts Marijuana Dispensaries Suing Massachusetts Governor Due To Closures.

The dispensaries believe they should be able to open their doors during the shut-down. [CBS Local]

China Announces End To Lockdown In Wuhan After Two And Half Months. 

The lockdown was lifted today for millions of residents. [Boston.com]

UMass Amherst Now Designing Face Shields For Coronavirus Surge.

UMass Amherst and a Southbridge manufacturer have teamed up to make 80k face masks for medical workers. [Boston Herald]

Gov. Baker Warns Pandemic Surge Still Ahead.

Baker believes that social distancing is helping to decrease the number of cases. [Boston Globe]

Boston Pops Cancels Spring 2020 Season Due To Coronavirus.

The Spring 2020 season was slated to begin May 16, the orchestra announced today. [WCVB]

Haverhill Police To Fine Those Not Adhering To Social Distancing.

A new ordinance was issued in an effort to keep groups from gathering amid the coronavirus outbreak. [WHDH]

 

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