Gov. Baker Anticipates Surge Of Coronavirus Cases Between April 7th through April 17th.

Massachusetts currently has more than 5,000 confirmed cases of coronavirus.  [WCVB]

Coronavirus Stimulus Checks To Be Direct Deposited.

Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin announced checks will be directly deposited within the next 3 weeks. [Masslive]

Boston Housing Authority and Boston Public Schools Partner To Help Families.

The new partnership will help house roughly 1,000 families who are at risk of being displaced due to the pandemic. [NBC Boston]

Actor John Krasinski To Bring Good News With New Show.

The Newton-born star wants to shed light on the good in the world during a tough time for the country. [CBS Local]

Pot Shops Looking To Resume Sales Of Recreational Marijuana.

Owners are asking the state to allow them to reopen their shops amid the shut down of non-essential businesses. [WCVB]

Macy’s Shares Plan To Temporarily Stop Paying Employees Amid Closure.

The chain store company has closed due to poor sales that became worse during the coronavirus outbreak. [Boston Herald]

Boston Man Arrested For Attack With Box Cutter.

The 25-year-old Boston man attacked another man in the Back Bay on Sunday night. [Masslive]

Tokyo Organizing Committee Announces New Dates For Tokyo Olympics.

The Olympic games will take place in Tokyo from July 23rd through August 8th of 2021. [NECN]

Massachusetts General Hospital President Ready To Expand ICU Capacity.

If needed, MGH will expand its ICU capabilities for patient care. It is currently running at a 60% occupancy rate. [Boston Herald]

Marcus Smart Has Been Cleared Following Coronavirus Diagnosis.

Smart announced the news on Twitter on Sunday evening after he was cleared by the Massachusetts Department of Public Health. [Patch Boston]

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