New Stay At Home Guidelines Issued For Boston.
Mayor Walsh recommends residents wear cloth masks when outside among other guidelines issued to the public. [WCVB]
Massachusetts To Launch Coronavirus Contact Tracing Program.
The program is the first in the U.S. and will help identify those possibly infected that need to be quarantined to stop the spread of the coronavirus. [Patch Boston]
Massachusetts Reports 1,337 New Coronavirus Cases With 29 New Deaths.
State Health Officials shared the new number of cases and deaths on Monday. [Boston Globe]
President Trump Announces Help On The Way For Massachusetts.
During his Sunday press conference, the president shared ventilators and other resources are on the way for the state. [Boston Herald]
Gov. Baker Announces Fund For Frontline Workers & Vulnerable Population.
The fund will help those in need of food, supplies and other necessities amid the outbreak. [WCVB]
Woman Sprays Leicester Walmart Employee In The Eyes With Lysol Disinfectant.
The shopper reportedly became angry when she was told there was a limit on the disinfectant. Police are currently looking for the woman who left the store in an uber. [Masslive]
Milford Police Officer Shoots Suspect After He Attempted To Attack Him With Metal Pipe.
The unidentified officer shot the suspect after he charged at him during the Sunday night incident. [Boston.com]
Six-Year-Old Boy Receives A New Heart After Waiting For Years.
The Worcester boy underwent a nine-hour surgery on Friday after waiting four years. [WCVB]
Massachusetts State Prisons Placed In Lockdown.
The lockdown comes after a third inmate has died from coronavirus. [WHDH]
Endangered North Atlantic Right Whale Seen From The Cape.
The whales have been stopping to feed in waters near Cape Cod on their way north. [CBS Local]
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