Boston Considering New Ways To Enforce Social Distancing.
Mayor Walsh and other city officials are considering enforcing stricter measures due to some of the public not adhering to social distancing rules. [WCVB]
Dr. Anthony Fauci Believes A Nationwide Shutdown Should Be In Order.
Fauci discussed his views on the current pandemic with CNN on Thursday evening. [CNN]
A Decontamination System For Masks Will Be Operational Soon In Somerville.
The system has the capability to clean up to 80,000 N95 masks a day for medical workers on the frontline. [Boston Herald]
Health Experts Weigh In On How Long The Pandemic Could Possibly Last.
With many holding onto the belief that following projected surges life will then go back to normal, health experts are saying otherwise. [Boston.com]
National Guard Members Testing Nursing Home Residents For Coronavirus.
Following a string of outbreaks at local nursing homes with some now under investigation, the National Guard has begun testing residents. [WCVB]
Now A Tampa Bay Buccaneer, Tom Brady Has Officially Moved To Tampa.
The Former Patriots quarterback will be renting the home of Derek Jeter. [Boston Globe]
Massachusetts Lawmakers Pass Bill To Help Small Businesses Within The State.
If passed by Gov. Baker, restaurants with take-out capabilities would be allowed to deliver alcohol. [NECN]
Rain Has Been Forecasted For Much Of The State this Weekend.
Temperatures will stay on average in the 40s. [Patch Boston]
Guy Fieri Launches Fund To Help Unemployed Restuarant Workers.
The fund will grant workers a one-time payout of $500 on a first-come, first-serve basis. [Boston.com]
James Taylor Has Postponed His June 21 Concert At Fenway Park.
A makeup date for his Boston performance has yet to be announced. [Boston Globe]
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