Gov. Baker Shares That He Has No plans for Shelter In Place Just Yet.
Baker asked that residents try to stay home and practice social distancing during the coronavirus emergency. [WCVB]
Boston Volunteers And Employees Distribute Pamphlets About Coronavirus.
Dozens of workers took to the streets to hand out information in several different languages to inform the public. [WCVB]
Netflix To Donate $100 Million Relief Fund In Fight Against COVID-19.
The fund will help workers in the worldwide creative community who have been affected by the coronavirus. [Boston Herald]
Boston Bruins Announces That They Plan To Pay Part-Time Employees.
The owner of the team made the announcement on Saturday that they plan to pay employees out of work due to the current pandemic. [Masslive]
Legendary Singer Kenny Rogers Dies At The Age Of 81.
Kenny Rogers died at his home in Oregon of natural causes following hospice care. [Boston.com]
Massachusetts Reports First Death Due To COVOD-19.
An 87-year-old man who was immunocompromised contracted the virus. He died on Thursday at a Boston Hospital. [WCVB]
A Nor’easter Is In The Forecast For Monday.
Massachusetts will see snow and wind across the state. [Masslive]
Massachusetts Coronavirus Cases Reach More Than 400.
The number of cases is expected to increase as more testing becomes available. [Patch Boston]
Doctors And Nurses Worry They Will Bring Virus Home To Their Families.
Medical Workers taking precautions prior to entering their homes, afraid to infect their loved ones. [Boston Globe]
Boston Children's Hospital Looking For Blood Donations.
Due to the pandemic, the hospital has shared that blood donation levels are low in this critical time. [WHDH]
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