MTA To Hold Emergency Meeting.

The Massachusetts Teachers Association plans to hold a virtual hearing to discuss the reopening of colleges and universities. [WCVB]

Paddle Boston Shuts Down Allston Location.

The Allston location was shut down after an employee at the rental company tested positive for the coronavirus. [Boston.com]

Additional Hand Sanitizers Recalled.

The FDA has released a list of roughly 100 hand sanitizers that have been recalled. [CBS Boston

Two Additional Lifeguards Test Positive For Coronavirus In Falmouth.

The two new cases were reported on Monday bringing the total to ten lifeguards who have tested positive for COVID-19 so far. [Masslive]

Northeastern University Researcher Believes The State Needs To Return To Phase 2.

“We’ve seen for the past week-to-10 days that the COVID numbers in Massachusetts have been heading in the wrong direction,” the Director of Emergent Epidemics Lab, Samuel Scarpino, shared. [CBS Boston]

Tropical Storm Warning Issued For Southern New England.

Weather forecasters have issued a warning to residents ahead of what Hurrican Isaias may bring to parts of New England beginning Tuesday evening. [Boston.com]

Update: Latest Cases Of Coronavirus In Massachusetts.

As of Monday, Massachusetts health officials reported 165 additional COVID-19 cases with 10 new deaths due to the virus. [WCVB]

Domino's Pizza Plans To Hire 700 New Employees In Both Massachusetts And New Hampshire.

Domino's has announced that they plan to fill positions ranging from managers to assistant managers, delivery drivers, and more. [CBS Boston]

First Human Case Of EEE Announced.

The first case of Eastern equine encephalitis of the year was reported on Monday in Plymouth County. [Masslive]

Weymouth Police Investigating Church Fire, Possible Arson.

The church pastors believe someone set off an explosive device at Sacred Heart Church on Monday. [Boston 25]

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