Crews Get To Work On Transforming Boston Convention Center Into Field Hospital.
The Teamsters Local 25 and employees of the trade show division began work on the project today. The center will house 1,000 beds for patients. [Masslive]
Boston Sports Clubs Still Charging Members.
The attorney general's office has reached out to the business, who has failed to offer members a way to cancel their plans. They have yet to get a response. [Patch Boston]
CEO Of UMass Memorial Donates Salary To Lowest Paid Employees.
Dr. Eric Dickson and his wife, Dr. Catherine Jones-Dickson, are donating their salaries to an employee assistance fund. [Boston Globe]
WHO Shares That More Young People Are Dying From Coronavirus.
The WHO shared their findings on Friday, announcing that they are seeing more young people with pre-existing conditions, and some without, dying from the virus. [NECN]
Twenty-Four New Deaths In Massachusettes Reported Today.
That brings the total number of deaths for the state to 216. [NBC Boston]
Pastry Chef Teaches Viewers How To Make Bread Via Social Media.
The chef wanted to help during a time when some families cannot find bread. [WCVB]
CDC Advises The General Public To Now Wear Masks.
Here are some ways to make a cloth mask if you need to leave the house for essentials. [NECN]
The July Bar Exam Has Been Postponed.
The Supreme Judicial Court and Board of Bar Examiners announced that the exam has been moved to Sept. 30th and Oct. 1st. [WCVB]
New Balance Sneaker Company Now Making Masks.
The company is making masks in their Massachusetts and Maine warehouses. [Boston Herald]
AP Exams Will Now Be Taken At Home.
Students will be allowed to take the exams at home in May. [Masslive]
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